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Söderåsen National Park

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Söderåsen National Park

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Söderåsen is one of several marked ridges in Skåne. The highest point is 212 meters. It is intersected by several fissure valleys.


The Söderåsen National Park is a designated area of about 16 km², established in 2001 and situated in the municipalities of Klippan and Svalöv.


This part of the hill has a particularly dramatic landscape, with up to 90 meters deep ravines. From the highest point, Kopparhatten, there is a stunning view.

Flora and fauna[edit]

The park consists of broadleaf forest, mostly beech. Because of the rugged landscape, many characteristics of primeval forest have been preserved, such as an abundance of dead trees. This makes the insect life rich, with many rare beetles. The flora is also extremely rich, with species such as holewort, enchanter's nightshade and great meadow-rue.