The nature reserve of Djupsjön-Römmaberget
Djupsjön-Römmaberget nature reserve has one of Bollnäs' most undisturbed forests.
Here you can find trees of very old age, the oldest pine in the area is 450 years. In contrast to the primeval forest, you can also walk around in open deciduous forest that grew up after the forest fire that took place here for about 100 years ago. Here you can still find old fire stumps. On the north side of Djupsjön there is a parking and a rest area. From here you can walk along a path straight into the primeval forest. The beach on the east side is blocky and somewhat difficult to walk on. The south side is easier to walk but with much younger forest. The deep lake has good water quality which benefits the trout and freshwater pearl mussel stock in the lake.
Free folders for the nature reserve are available at Bollnäs tourist information. More information and a digital map are available on the County Administrative Board's website. There you will also find information about more nature reserves in our area.
- Hiking trails
- Webbsida: https://www.bollnas.se/upplev