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Djurholmen on the southern slopes of the ridge Hallandsåsen is the place for you who are looking for quiet and seclusion. Quite simply a little more wilderness. There is an impressive wetland, a ravine with a small waterfall and masses of woodland. If you are lucky you might come across elk and black grouse.
Do and experience
Walking and rambling
The footpaths at Djurholmen are relatively short, but criss cross each other so that it is possible to walk further. The signs along the Mossestigen Trail describe how the bog was formed, grew in depth and how people made use of it.
The best place to watch for wildlife is probably from the eight metre high viewing tower at the bog. If you get up at dawn in the early spring, you may have a chance of hearing the display of the black grouse.
There are three picnic areas with benches and tables, two of which have a barbecue.
Djurholmen is situated on the southern side of the ridge Hallandsåsen. Exit the E6 toward Hjärnarp (exit 37) and then follow signs toward Hjärnarp and Djurholmen. Djurholmen is about 8 km from Hjärnarp.
From the E6, take the exit toward Hjärnarp (exit 37), drive toward Hjärnarp and follow sign posts toward "Djurholmen" from there for about 8 km. The last bit is along a gravel road. You can ignore the sign marking the end of public road ("Här slutar allmän väg"). The parking is a few minutes ahead, after a right turn by a small road sign.
Gps to parking
WGS84 DDM 56°20.452'N, 13°1.735'E
RT90 6249350, 1328330
Part of the recreation area is a nature reserve (the mire Djurholmamossen). This means that there are restrictions on the Right of Public Access in this area.
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