29-Jul-2013 -- Previous visitors have mentioned the rough road to the confluence and the very lovely lake - especially tempting in the warm July evening sunshine. Also the local iron making history - if you approach from the north (and the way from the south is blocked by a locked gate) you will pass evidence of this history with interpretive signs.
There is a very convenient turning/parking point close to the confluence (important for my aged, non-power-assisted-steering SAAB - which also does not like going into reverse). Then a rough track to within ~50 metres.
It was a pleasant visit - no mosquitoes - it has been very dry in this part of Sweden and lots of ripe raspberries (hallon). Sweet and 100% better tasting than the cultivars I grow at home. It was clear that a #very large animal# had also been enjoying the berries - I hope not a bear. There were also plenty of cowberry (lingon) and bilberry (blåbär). Tomorrow I am visiting more confluences - I will take a sandwich box and pick berries.