Start out south of the beautiful medieval Harg church. A walk through varied landscape, mostly on gravel roads.
The stretch from Harg to Gimo follows along narrow gravel roads through the lovely farmland. Old stone walls and fields can be seen along the way, remnants from the 18th and 19th century. For parts of the stretch you will walk along the old railway line that has been used for transporting iron ore to Hargshamn for shipment. Even today goods are transported to the harbour along this railway line. The scenery varies and along the route you might well see wild animals and birds.
Before heading towards Gimo, make sure to take a stroll through beautiful Hargs Bruk (The Harg Works). It is relatively easy walking and the trail is also suitable for biking.
You will find directions in the information about each part of the trail or in the app Outdooractive. When approaching Gimo, there is is a part along road 292 which is not you done yet you will pass through an iron gate in a wildlife fence. You will walk for a short stretch along road 292. Be careful as the trail is close to the main road and the Viking trail is marked out along the ditch. You will walk in the direction of traffic, but following trail markings in the ditch.
Please remember to replenish food and drinks at Harg or Hargshamn as there will be no fresh water etc. to be had before Gimo.
Further information on the freedom to roam.