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  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

Nature Reserve Baldersnäs
Dals Långed

An exotic excursion in that landscape of Dalsland

Baldersnäs is a popular outdoor destination. The beautiful mansion environment, located on a peninsula in Laxsjön, dates back to the 18th century.

About

The peninsula is a nature reserve since 1975 that is about 103 ha. It was iron industry in Dalsland that created the economic basis for Baldersnäs mension. As more than anyone else, the area is Carl Fredrik Waern, who during his time rationalized and expanded the farm while leaving the park in so-called English style. He created the premier example in Sweden on this garden art and the park won international reputation.

Today, only remains of the magnificent park, with over 240 strange tree species, remain thousands of exotic plants, bridges, walkways and pavilions. Weymouthtall, avenbok and blood book are some of the implanted trees that are still left.

Baldersnäs is still used for farming. With the help of the animals, the landscape of the nature reserve is kept open.

Directions

Just north of Dals Långed you turn north towards Ekebol - Kättilsbo. Smaller road leads from Ekebol to Baldersnäs.

Service

Parking, accommodation, summer coffee, campsite

Please take into account the regulations of the reserve

Map of the area

Information from Västkuststiftelsen

Baldersnäs Mansion

Contact information

Västkuststiftelsen


Phone: +46 31 40 29 81


E-mail: Send e-mail

Website: vastkuststiftelsen.se