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Explore Nature in Lund

Lund accommodates no less than 28 nature reserves, as well as several parks and green spaces. With the plains to the west and Romeleåsens forests in the east, we have a great diversity with many favorite spots.

Welcome to explore the nature in Lund! 

City Parks

The city offers many green areas such as Höje ridge valley, the Rinnebäck ravine, Nöbbelöv's bog and Sankt Hans slopes. The three most popular parks in Lund are Lund's City Park, Lundagård and the Botanical Garden. The Botanical Garden is a lush oasis, dating from the 1600s, offering approximately 7000 species in an area of ​​8 hectares. The park also has a greenhouse, which is open to the public and offers exciting exotic plants. Feel free to bring your picnic basket and sit down in the lovely surroundings.

Popular nature reserves

Skrylle, just outside Dalby, is Lund's main outdoor area for recreation and fitness. The area consists of a number of nature reserves, linked by trails and paths, all easy to access and frequently used by seniors, families, runners and nature lovers. Approximately 800,000 people visit Skrylle every year, which makes it one of the most visited recreational areas in the country. At Skryllegården you will also find one of Sweden's most popular visitor centers, where you can learn more about the nature.

Download brochure and map of Skrylle here.

 

 

Dalby stenbrott, stenbrott i Lund, Skåneleden

The Skåneleden Trail

The Skåneleden trail is one of Sweden's best and longest footpath trails. It offers more than 1,000 kilometres of beautiful natural and cultural experiences in south Sweden. The trail is divided into five separate trails, with a total of 89 sections, some connected for circular hikes.

 

The North to South trail goes through Lund municipality. Whether you are an experienced hiker or a rookie, the trail will give you a challenge, taking you through an old railway embankment and across the flat landscape. Maps of all routes can be purches at Lund Tourist Centre.

 

For more information about the Skåneleden trail, visit www.skaneleden.se.

 

Swedens national parks

Sweden’s national parks comprise of a magnificent mosaic of different landscape types – from the leafy beech forests of Söderåsen to Sarek’s grandiose alpine world. From the teeming coral reef of Kosterhavet to the undulating sand dunes of Gotska Sandön and Tiveden’s bewitching forests.

 

As early as 1909, Sweden established its first nine national parks, which also were the first in Europe. Now, just over 100 years later, there are 29 of them. They are among the natural endowments most worth protecting, our natural heritage that we and future generations can enjoy. Many of the national parks have visitor centres and easy walking trails. You have a standing invitation, at any time, year-round.

 

Would you like to know more about Swedens national parks visit www.sverigesnationalparker.se.