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Soderasens National Park, Skane County
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Söderåsen is a ridge in Scania in southern Sweden. On Söderåsen is Scania's highest point: 212m above sea level. It is intersected by several fissure valleys. The ridge extends from Röstånga in the southeast to the Åstorp in northwest.Söderåsen National Park is located 30km east of Helsingborg in Scania.Söderåsens National ParkThe Söderåsen National Park is a designated area of about 16km2. Söderåsen national park established in 2001 in the municipalities of Klippan and Svalöv. It ranges from the Skäralid ravine in the north to the Nackarpsdalen in the south. It was already a protected area, and when it became a national park, the protection of the land increased.Some of the noted features in the national park are the Oden Lake in Nackarpsdalen and the viewpoints Kopparhatten, Hjortsprånget and Lierna along the Skäralidsdalen.KopparhattenOn Söderåsen is the viewpoint Kopparhatten at a height of 200m. It is the highest point in Söderåsens national park. This part of the hill has a particularly dramatic landscape, with up to 90m deep ravines.Oden LakeOden Lake is a lake in Scania, in Sweden and belongs to Söderåsens National park. The lake is circular in shape, with a diameter of 150m and it is 19m deep. Oden Lake may have been formed from a glacier niche, and the name Oden Lake may have been due to the circular shape as compared to the Norse god Odin's one eye.NatureThe landscape offers beautiful views of leafy deciduous forests and powerful screes with high rocks, flowing watercourses and wide vistas.
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  • Sweden offers nothing but useless attractions. Looking at the review I thought it would be a good park to visit. All I could find is landscapes and trees and snow, well its good but that I'm seeing ev...  more »
  • Soderasens National Park Wonderful nature Visit the park and find a place very peaceful and whelthy. You can go for a long walk, picnic in the wood or visit the restaurant. 
  • We visited the Söderåsen National Park during the autumn holidays. There are exceptionally beautiful views over the Valley. We followed the yellow path, which partly runs down the Valley and, on the other hand, follows the north-facing slope with a beautiful vantage point "Kopparhatten viewpoint". Note that there also go a way here so you can drive right up to udsigtspunktrt, if you are a bad tiæ 's. Autumn is a great time to visit the National Park, where the trees stand in Golden colors and some of the leaves have fallen from the trees, so that a little easier can see through the treetops, which places the cover slightly the prospect. The yellow path is very good and easy to go on, the first piece even in the form of a wooden bridge around the Lake and and a long piece along with the pelvis. When the page and when it goes up the slope and back along the north slope is done gradually without strong increases. On the South side of the ravine runs the blue path. It is steeper and longer, but also recommended, in particular, pga. "Hjortsprånget" which is a spectacular rocky outcrops. It's a bit scary to step out on the ledge and staring into the abyss on 3 sides, but overcome your fears, the prospect is great!!! Also reward yourself with a piece of Apple Pie with coffee afterwards in the restaurant. At the southern end of the National Park is Odin Lake. It is also well worth a visit, but may not measure up to the central area. We followed the purple path which runs up on the slope around the Lake. The path is something difficult, passable and there is surprisingly little to see, because træermes leaves cover up the view to the Lake. I would think that this path is much nicer in the winter. It is really a pity that we have not made sure to cut a few of the trees down, that would be enough to ensure the views. On the other hand, there is a very good path down in the bottom of the Valley, which leads to the Lake Shore (the path is marked with black on the map).
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  • This is a must visit place for tourists and people who love trucking. It has lot of birds which you would have never seen in other parts of the world. It has a restaurant at the very entrance of the park. The best time to visit this park is between June to September. There are lots of path available for trucking from shortest to the longest. People are so friendly to help you figure out your suitable route. It is an awesome tourist spot.
  • Great place for outdoor walking. Love the views and most walks are well maintained. There are toilets along the longer rutes and a resturant by the lake. Good parking.
  • Maybe the best nature preserve in south sweden, plenty of hikes, overnight shelters in the park allow for camping without tent in summer (which can be cold though, to stay there and do a campfire in the evening is highly recommended
  • A beautiful landscape with a deep ravine where beeche Woods meets the weather.
  • A wonderful natural environment that breaks the traditional countryside views of Skåne with dramatic cliffs and dense forests