If you visit Malmslätt, do not miss the "Flygvapenmuseeum" a museum where you can learn about the history of aircrafts, se a lot of planes and go in flight-simulator etc. Thee are also a kids-corner where they can learn to build airplanes or other stuff..
Favorite thing: There are some great treas that have fallen. Usually a tree falls alone, here is an example of a collective fall.
After guiding yourself on the info sign and the map, you can go into the woods and find one of the wells that are deep into the forrest.
The water streams up here naturally, it is drinkable and has a taste of mud and moss.
This is the beginning of the trench where the water will run out from the forrest. The natural well is just beside this small bridge.
In the center of the reserve area is the bog, a humid area, where rare plants are growing.
The rest is - as can be seen in this picture - an old undisturbed wood.
The humid area in the bog is a treasure for the botanic interested. The Kärna moss is considered a rich one, botanicly speaking. The flowers in this environment are small and tiny, look fragile and are beautiful.