Änggårdsbergen Nature reserve is a popular spot for outdoor activities ranging from strolling through the woods to downhill mountain biking. It’s easy to get to Änggårdsbergen using public transport, or by walking from the city centre.

The varied ecological environment and fauna contains several examples of nature typical of Western Sweden, such as heathland and moorland. Änggårdsbergen lies next to the Botanical Gardens and stretches from the green parks of western Gothenburg towards the nature area Sisjön, south of the city of Mölndal.

The 320 hectares of Änggårdsbergen invites you to explore winding paths along valleys and take in spectacular views from ridges. The area contains ancient burial sites, dating back to the Bronze Age. One of the graves is located on a ridge where you get a view of the ocean and can see all the way to the lighthouse Vinga Fyr.

Please note, that making fire is prohibited in the whole Nature Reserve, including the use of disposable grills. The only place where you can make a fire is at the wind shelter at Trindemosse. Cycling is only allowed on marked roads and paths. Keep in mind not to cycle off road from the cycle paths, as it can damage the roots of the trees. Dogs must be kept on a lead. 

Contact

Stop: Botaniska trädgården, Södermalmsgatan, Distansgatan, J A Wettergrens gata
Phone: +46 (0)31 3650000
E-mail: goteborg@goteborg.se
Website: https://goteborg.se/wps/portal?uri=gbglnk%3agbg.page.d277fa73-ed91-405c-918d-d0416dd4709e&serviceUrl=3752&servicetype=Naturomr%C3%A5den