Stroll among the trees and sit yourself down at Suseån’s winding rapids. And you will probably have this peaceful place all to yourself.
The Suseån-Hult Nature Reserve is a perfect outing for getting close to nature in an easy way. At the car park, you go through the gate and a short distance forward to the stately oaks. There is no marked-out path, but you can easily get around in the reserve. However, prams need to stay in the car.
For children with a spring in their step, there are steep hills to climb and fallen trees to climb over. However, watch out for the cow dung. Here, the animals keep the landscape open. Follow the slope down towards the rushing Suseån, stroll a bit along the river and enjoy a pack lunch here. Bring along a picnic blanket, sincere there are no tables or benches.
Animals and Nature
Suseån is one of the country's most interesting rivers with its rich plant and animal life. The flowing waters are home to fish such as salmon and sea trout, as well as birds such as dippers, grey wagtails and kingfishers. The ground consists of a leafy oak grove with a rich moss and lichen flora. You will also find the majestic royal fern growing here.
- Koordinates: 56.869289, 12.755500