Marifjell nature reserve was made a protected area in 2008 to preserve remaining old-growth forest and biological diversity in the central parts of southeast Norway. This is one of few boreal taiga forest elements in this part of the country. Most of the nature reserve is located over 600 meters above sea level, and the highest hilltop reaches 717 meters above sea level and has a spectacular view over the Romerike plain to the south, and the forest-covered hills to the north. The nature reserve covers about 34 km2.

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