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Nice forest, close to the sea and accessible

The forest is reached by a nice straight road, ample parking and free of charge. You can choose... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
Hampm57
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Norrkoping, Sweden
Wonderful activity for the whole family

Two adults and two children age 3 and 9 enjoyed a lovely spring day here during our mini- break for... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Renée J
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“Hike to see the windswept trees too long”
16 Jun 2017
“Nice forest, close to the sea and accessible”
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20 Trollskogsvaegen | Ölands Norra Udde, Byxelkrok, Oland 387 75, Sweden
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped here on a day trip to Oland. The trail to see the windswept trees was over 3 miles and, since the weather was threatening rain, we did not think it was worth spending that much time so we skipped this.

Thank sethsean
Reviewed 16 June 2017

The forest is reached by a nice straight road, ample parking and free of charge. You can choose amongst 3 paths, the most accessible one is shy of 3 km, wheelchairaccessible and will take you through nice woods with ivycovered trees, flowers and birds. Free...More

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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Two adults and two children age 3 and 9 enjoyed a lovely spring day here during our mini- break for easter. We drove from Borgholm and were at first doubting the long ride with protesting kids in the car but it was well worth it!...More

Thank Renée J
Reviewed 25 July 2015 via mobile

This place is fantastic for kids and educating them with all that happens in the forest and its eco system. It's free! It's well managed, clean and lots of fun. Mostly in both Swedish and English. Although the trail (1km) has a "quiz" which is...More

Thank Matthew F
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