The valley carved by the Lerå brook is a characteristic ravine landscape with meandering water and grazed embankments.
This open area is perfect for spotting buzzards, kestrels and skylarks. With luck you can spot more unusual birds such as scarlet rosefinch, corncrake, grey wagtail and kingfisher. In those parts that once were pastures you can enjoy flowers that favour cultivated land, including moon daisy, viper’s grass and mountain bugle.
Just walking in the pleasant scenery is an alternative. In the spring bird cherry, wild apples and hawthorn paint the fields. Along the brook you’ll be met by lush and shadowing greenery. During the summer season the pastures are grazed by cows and sheep.