Luberydsmossen consists of three peat bogs and surrounding forest. Fed by a network of streams, the swampy areas are relatively untouched by human drainage activities. Beside the Torpaån River, which runs through the area, is a marsh rich in plants including white-beaked sedge Rhyncospora alba). In summer the bogs are bathed in the yellow of bog asphodel. Although human activity has left a strong imprint on the forest, older trees and dead wood can be found on the fringes of the bogs and their islands.