Continue along the coastal path from Randkløve Skår, and the terrain will soon rise to 20 meters above sea level. From Randkløve Skår to Ypnastad, you’ll have a fantastic view of the cliffs while walking in the beautiful forest. This subsection is, by some people, called the Cobra Trail and is a stunning stretch; it is also lesser-known to the public. Along the way, you’ll pass Harald’s Harbour, a small and secret harbour used by the resistance movement during WW2. The resistance movement smuggled Jewish refugees to Sweden and brought back weapons from this harbour. The occupying forces never discovered the harbour. Along the path, you’ll come across several idyllic small houses, farms and cottages before you reach the small fishing village Ypnastad. Along the way, you should be aware of private property areas, but if you stick to the coastal path, this shouldn’t be a problem. NOTE: At Ypnasted car park you will find a public restroom.