Medevi brunn

Medevi brunn has a lot to offer for nature lovers as well as culture lovers. The environment is rich in cultural history and is complemented by a biologically rich deciduous tree environment. The park contains, among other things, Östergötland's coarsest alder with an impressive circumference of 454 cm. The park's coarse deciduous trees are adorned with green, thick carpets of the moss Leucodon sciuroides, which in the dry state bend their shiny shoots upwards along the tree trunk like squirrel tails. Many of the Medevi well's old valuable trees have been designated "evighetsträd" (Eternal Trees) by Motala municipality. There are also signs about the eternal trees and dead wood.

The park contains large numbers of bats. The rare soprano pipistrelle has been found here.

Large parts of the park are accessible for wheelchairs and prams.

From the park, a 3 km long hiking trail starts south around a pebble ridge. The filtering ability of the pebble ridge has probably contributed to the good water quality of the acid well.

To do:
  • Culture
  • Hiking
  • Park
Accessibility:
  • Near parking
  • Near Public Transport
  • Stroller accessible
  • Wheelchair accessible
Facilities:
  • Botanical site
  • Cafe/Restaurant
  • Rest area
Directions:

Drive north out of Motala. Turn off from highway 50 where it says Medevi brunn. By bus take line 629 to Medevi brunn.

Contact us

Motala kommun bla

Fia Sundin

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    Motala kommun Jan 10

    Arbetet med projektet Evighetsträd och 100-årsträd i tätorterna är nu klart. 200 träd har valts ut i kommunens tätorter som evighetsträd, från ett stort urval kandidater. Det finns så klart en stor mängd träd som alla skulle platsa som evighetsträd men själva projektet sträckte sig till 200 träd. Tio 100-årsträd har planterats och död ved har placerats eller sparats på tio platser. I framtiden kommer troligtvis fler evighetsträd väljas ut, även fler plaster med död ved och...