Nature reserve - Bullerdalen

Bullerdalen is a 10-20 m deep gully, created by erosion.
Bullerdalen is a 10-20 m deep gully, created by erosion. It is located on the western shore of river Svartälven. Fir forest and bilberry sprigs dominate the reserve, but there are also 14 kinds of fern. The fir forest by the southern shore is very old. The gully has a rich animal wildlife, especially birds. The paths change constantly because of the erosion, and the bridges sometimes have to be moved to new locations to ensure the safety of the visitors.
Place
Name
Bullerdalen
Address
Forsvägen
23-29
691 52 Karlskoga
Municipality: Karlskoga
Description
Naturreservat
Directions
Drive north on Österleden from E18. After Östra kyrkogården, there is a sharp left turn. There is a parking lot to the right in the turn, from which you can enter the reserve.
Go back
Karlskoga
Booking
Natural attractions