The reserve is located at the top of Lidberget at 280-340 meters above sea level.
The area's central parts are dominated by the more than century-old spruce forest with a large number of old slow grown trees. Lidberget is a clear 'skull cap mountain "where the highest shoreline, which is the highest level that the ocean's shoreline reached during the last ice age, is near the top, but where the top has escaped to surge by the ocean waves. Almost the entire reserve is located on the calotte above the highest coastline. Located next door to Godgrubbergets nature reserve.