The nature reserve is a headland in the lake Flåren to the northeast of Ljungby. The headland is about 28 hectars and consists partly of a green stone mountain and partly of a clearly marked ridge that creates a row of islands out into the lake in northsouthern direction. The reserve also includes an area of water around the headland and the islands.
The green stone mountain has caused a fertile deciduous forest that at least since the middle of the 17th century until about 1950 was used as woodland.
Other than the rules in the Right to Public Access you are not allowed to do the following in the reserve.
Start a fire
Set up a caravan or RV
Anchor a houseboat
Ride a horse
Bring an unleashed dog
Hurt the vegetation (picking berries and mushrooms for house needs is allowed)
Disturb animal life or collecting insects and other small animals
Drive in the reserve
Full restrictions written on signs by the reserve
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