Forsakar Waterfalls

Forsakar Waterfalls


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The Forsakar Nature Reserve is situated in the North-Eastern part of the Skåne province in south Sweden, in the Kristianstad municipality near the village of Degeberga. The 2.5 hectare large nature reserve was founded 1928 and mainly encompasses a 750 metres long and 40 metres deep ravine. The ravine runs from west to east and is likely a product of erosion during some of the ice ages.

The Forsaker Creek runs through the nature reserve and passes the Forsakar Waterfalls, the upper fall having a free fall of 7.4 metres and the lower fall having a free fall of 10.6 metres.