Start: N 58°39.79S3' E 016°44.071'.
Parking is available before the fishing club's area, approximately 200 metres along the path towards the lake.
Drinking water: Pump at Lake Nävsjön - N 58°39.835' E 016°44.014', and spring south of Lake Nävsjön - N 58°38.833' E 016°44.195'
Fishing permits are available from a ticket dispensing machine at Nävsjön.
Section 36 is relatively easy, passing through a mixed countryside of mountains, forest and open land. Approximately 1 km after the start there is a charcoal burner's hut which gives one some idea of how primitively the charcoal burners lived as they tended the kiln as recently as 50 years ago. They did not live in the huts all year round but charcoal burning is a 24 hour a day job for the week that the heap is alight and they needed somewhere to shelter.
The path continues to the south through commercial woodland made up of coupes of all ages. There is a spring after 2 km, from where the path continues to the shores of Bråviken at Vibberholmen. There you will find a fine beach with opportunities for camping and relaxation. Close by are graves of plague victims, commemorated with a simple verse on a metal plaque.E36 Braviken Bad
From this point the section becomes more demanding as it climbs Nävekvarns outcrop, from which there are splendid views over Bråviken and Nävekvarn. If you are lucky, you may see cargo ships in the sound, on the way to or from Norrköping or the paper factory at Bråviken. The path returns down the hill to the shore of Bråviken, past the camping place and to Gula kvarn, previously a warehouse. Here are parking facilities.
A fishing card automate is located in front of the lake close. Don’t forget to fill in the fishing card properly.
Nävekvarn Nävsjön Sportfishing