Start: N 58°52.575' E 016°21.060'. No parking.
Shelter: Näsnaren - N 58°50.155' E 016°20.131'
Water: Natural spring halfway - N 58°51.139' E 016°19.873' and at Näsnaren - N 58°50.289' E 016°19.659'
An intermediate section with alternating forest, open terrain and some sharp inclines.
The trail starts out across old infields, pastures and leaf tree gathering. At the viaduct Glindran-Strångsjö one enters into a 200 year old growth forest area - Mossängen - which was largely destroyed by the autumn storms of 1969. Thereafter one reaches the settlement Hjulbo at the lake Hålvetten with picnic area and excellent possibilities for swimming. From the lake, it is a sharp incline up into a forest area.
At the downhill towards the lake Näsnaren is a natural spring and at the beach a shelter and a toilet are found. A little further on lies the nature-scenic isle Fagerön. There is communal bathing and a toilet. The trail continues across the bridge up to the section end.