Träsket 3,8 km – mire complex with variety
There is an abundance of species of calcareous soil, such as Fibrous tussock sedge, Ryegrass sedge and the endangered Yellow sedge. Labrador tea, Bog myrtle, Bog bilberry and Bog-rosemary as well as various species of Round-leaved sundew, Brown beak sedge and White beak sedge also grow here. Of rare orchids Narrow-leaved marsh orchid, Bog orchid and Early marsh orchid can be found here.
The nature reserve is also an important habitat for fen birds. The area is surrounded by a partly virgin forest which in turn offers valuable biotopes for various woodpeckers and other forest-nesting birds. Cranes nest within the reserve, and the wildlife is rich.
Enjoy nature! Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footsteps.
Length: 3,8 km
Terrain: Moderate. Varied terrain with rocky hills and forest trails. Can be wet during some seasons.
Signposts: White-topped poles and painted stones.
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