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  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

  • Photographer: Christiane Dietz

Nature reserve Tingvallamossen
Dals-Ed

One of Dalsland's largest and most interesting marshes.

Tingvallamossen is a nature reserve with 590 hectares.

One of Dalsland's largest and most interesting marshes is Tingvallamossen southeast of Dals-Ed. From the Furukullen east of the moss you have a nice view of the vast marsh landscape. The central part is a real high-rise. Several islands and marshes are found on the bog.

Rich birdlife

Högmossen is an extremely poor environment and vegetation is dominated by white mosses. There is no hiking trail on the moss, but a walk on its own can be well worth the hassle. The area is part of the EU's ecological network of protected areas, Natura 2000.

 

Regulations for the public

Feel welcome to visit Tingvallamossen's nature reserve, but keep in mind that it is not allowed to dig, pick or collect peat, animals, plants or parts of plants. The regulation does not apply to berries or mushrooms or such picking or collection carried out for teaching purposes.

Contact information

Naturreservat Tingvallamossen

Dals-Ed


Phone: +46 534 19022


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