Norra Kvill National Park, Vimmerby

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Norra Kvill (literally North Kvill) is a small national park (established in 1927) near Vimmerby in Kalmar county, Småland, southeastern Sweden. A few kilometers from the park is the Rumskulla oak, Europe's largest English oak with a circumference of about 14 m (46 ft). The oak is thought to be about 1 000 years old.

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  • It's a really beautiful place. Greenery, mosses and peace. Nice walk with the dog. Almost 5 kilometers walk. The forest untouched by man for 150 years  more »
  • Fantastic nature with two good trails, one longer and a bit steeper and one shorter. We splitter our group between the trails since the longer wasn’t recommended if you had a hard time with harder...  more »
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  • Nice place, take a detour from the hikingtrail and you will not meet anyone else for several hours
  • One of the most beautiful forests I have ever been to!
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