On the Skoha Peninsula is the stately castle of Skoklosterbut there are also several beautiful natural areas to visit. Arnöhuvud is a prominent headland in the northwest with many vantage points with beautiful views of the Mälar bays Gorran and Ekoln.
The entire Arnöhuvud is a pebble ridge. It is part of the long Uppsalaåsen ridge that rises above ground, sometimes here, sometimes there, all the way from Södertörn to Billudden at Gävlebukten. Here, the ridge is 45 meters high and offers steep slopes and varied forest scenery.
There are two marked trails in the reserve. The longer one (about 1.3 km) takes you up to the top of Arnö huvud.