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Söderåsen National Park
Närbild på boklöv som precis har spruckigt ut och har en ljusgrön färg. Den blåa himlen lyser mellan de bladfattiga grenarna.

Nearby nature areas

The Söderåsen national park is just a part of the geographic area called Söderåsen. The Söderåsen ridge is roughly 30 kilometers long and spans from Röstånga in the southeast to Åstorp in the northwest.

The dramatic and diverse landscape can be experienced also outside the national park borders and there are several other nature areas nearby to enjoy and discover.

Klöva Hallar nature reserve

Autumn coloured beech forest on both sides of a rift valley
Klöva Hallar rift valley. Photo Mats Sjöberg

A smaller and calmer version of Skäralid, complete with talus slopes, gorges and steep cliffs. The Klövabäcken stream meanders through the gorge and lush deciduous forest is growing both in the gorge and on the above plateaus.
There are barbecue areas in Krika skog and by the shelter in the gorge.
Until 2022 a temporary visitor ban applies to a smaller area near one of the cliffs during part of the year (March 1st – July 31st). Please look out for signs and respect the restrictions.
A section of the Skåneleden trail goes through the nature reserve and there are a few trails, but there are currently no other marked hiking trails than Skåneleden.

There are two parking areas to the nature reserve. One in the northwest and one in southeast.

There is some additional information, but only in Swedish at the following website.

 

Traneröds Mosse nature reserve

The bog with some trees and a wooden hiking path
The Traneröd bog with hiking paths. Photo: Alex Regnér

A large and varied nature reserve right next to Söderåsen national park. The area is species rich with remnants of historical farmland and is especially popular with bird watchers.
There is an accessible boardwalk leading out on the bog, with dry toilets and fireplaces nearby.
This nature reserve is part of the Klåveröd nature area mentioned below, and two of the Klåveröd trails can be reached from the Traneröds mosse parking (3 and 5 kilometers long).

There is some additional information, but only in Swedish at the following website.

 

Klåveröd recreational area

A family gathered around a fire, photografed from within a shallow cave.
Fire place at Snuvestuan cave. Photo: Johan Hammar/Stiftelsen Skånska Landskap

The Klåveröd nature and recreational area lies just north of Söderåsen national park. It has several marked hiking trails (1-5 kilometers) as well as designated MTB trails. Part of the area coincides with Traneröds mosse.
The nature in Klåveröd is varied, with different kinds of forests, boulders, cliffs and crevices. It's possible to drive all the way up to the beautiful Klåveröd pond, where there are barbecue areas, tables and toilets. Some of the hiking trails can be reached from here.
The parking at the Klåveröd pond sometimes fills up in the weekends, but there are several other parking spots to choose from in the area.

There is some additional information, on the following website.

 

Herrevadskloster nature reserve

A meadow with scattered oak trees
Oaks in a green meadow. Photo Maria Sandell

Herrevadskloster exhibits vast and rolling old pastures with a large number of old trees, some of them more than 200 years old.
The Rönneå stream divides the nature reserve and is popular among canoers.
The old monastery (kloster in Swedish) is long gone, but the area was used by the military from the 1600s up until the mid 1900s and there are many other cultural remains to explore in the area.

You have several options for parking

There is some additional information in Swedish, on the following website.

 

Jällabjär nature reserve

Three people walking in the reserve, some trees, shrubery along the path
Walking in Jällabjär. Photo: Carina Zätterström

Jällabjär, right outside Röstånga, is a softly rounded hill and is all that is left of an old volcano. The hill is surrounded by diverse nature and cultural landscapes with beech forest, old farmlands, juniper grasslands and alder marsh.
There is a shelter with a fireplace and a dry toilet close to the south parking.
There are two hiking trails in Jällabjär, both 3 kilometers long.

There are two possibilities for parking, one in the southeast and one in the northwest

There is some additional information in Swedish, on the following website.