Vålådalen Nature Reserve
|Vålådalen Nature Reserve|
|Area||1,180 km2 (290,000 acres)|
The nature reserve contains a varied landscape with mountain tops, forests and wetlands. The area contains several geological peculiarities such as pyramidal hills, formed during the end-stages of the last Ice age. The fauna is rich, with species which are threatened in Sweden such as wolverine and Arctic fox represented. The flora also contains some unusual species (e.g. several types of orchids).
- "Vålådalen" (in Swedish). Jämtland County Administrative Board. Retrieved 3 June 2015.
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