Orebacksleden (3,5 km)
... is on the western side of the lake, just north of Dagsnäs slott (castle)). You walk along a boulder ridge offering views of the lake, beautiful deciduous forest and lovely flora. At the tip, on Ore nabb (point), there is a bird tower.
In this part of Lake Hornborga, the vegetation is fairly dense, which means that there are a great many birds. We recommend an afternoon or evening visit to avoid walking against the light.
This track crosses the crane reservation and is therefore closed to visitors from 20 March to 30 April.
Hångerleden (3 km)
... takes you to Hångers udde (point) in the southern part of the lake. This track offers a variety of environments in the form of old oak trees, marshland forest, water meadows and dense bush. From the bird tower at the end of the track, there are wonderful opportunities to see some of the character birds of Lake Hornborga. Hångers udde often provides outstanding crane displays during the spring. This track is open even during the most intensive crane period, but we ask you to move carefully in the area in order not to disturb the birds.
The disused Hånger churchyard is situated close to the parking lot. It is well worth a visit.
Utloppsleden (3 km)
... is perhaps not a proper walking track, but it still offers a very enjoyable walk. From the parking lot - between Trestena and Stenum on the western side - you follow the embankment northwards. There is a bird tower where the River Flian flows into the lake.