Nature reserve

Korpberget

Nature reserve

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Description

Enjoy the scenic view from the top of Korpberget mountain. The tough climb is well worth the effort and the shortest way to the top is from the south. The area is home to a wide variety of plants and animals; ravens nest among the steep cliffs (Korpberget translates to "raven mountain") and many rare species of plants, lichens and fungi can be found in the forests here.

Along the top of Korpberget, pine trees grow on thinly covered bedrock, while deciduous forests surround the mountain below. The wide, unmarked trail from the northern entrance leads you though an enchanting forest of hazel, oak and aspen trees.

There are multiple places to take a swim on the nearby shores of Lake Mälaren.

Activities And Facilities

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Facts

Skyddat sedan: 1997

Storlek: 53 hektar

Karaktär: tätortsnära, lövskog och ädellövskog

Kommun: Södertälje, Salem

Markägare: staten, AB Telgebostäder, privat

Förvaltare: Länsstyrelsen

Skyddsform: naturreservat

Övrigt: Natura 2000-område Korpberget SE0110020

Parking

Parkering för ca 8 bilar finns vid reservatsparkeringen norr om reservatet.

Directions

The Korpberget nature reserve is located between Högantorp and Viksberg, north of Södertälje.

By car: Take Bergaholmsvägen road north from Södertälje. Turn onto Högantorpsvägen road and drive towards Salems golfklubb (Salem Golf Club). As you reach the Högantorpsgård farm, turn left onto the road to the Korpberget parking lot, which has room for eight cars.

By bus: Take the bus to the Viksberg bus stop (just south of the reserve) or the Högantorp bus stop (just north of the reserve). For current information on public transit, see SL

Regulations

In order to protect the Korpberget nature reserve, please respect the following rules.

Within the reserve, it is forbidden to:

  1. dig, cut, blast or in any other way damage rock, soil or stone,
  2. fell or damage living or dead trees and bushes or remove dead wood,
  3. dig up plants such as shrubs, herbaceous plants, grasses, mosses or lichens, break branches or remove fungi growing on wood (picking flowers, berries and edible fungi growing on soil is allowed),
  4. make a fire,
  5. bring unleashed dogs,
  6. ride horses off road,
  7. camp for more than two consecutive nights,
  8. put up a poster, sign or similar or make inscriptions.

Contact

Email address

Länsstyrelsen i Stockholm

[email protected]

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