The exceptional landscape displaying indelible traces from the glacial period holds wonderful countryside experiences and a journey 10,000 years back in time, when massive glaciers pushed sand, rubble and clay over the area. Back then, the ice formed the magnificent and diverse landscape filled with lakes, streams, forests, hills and breathtaking lookout points.
In the unique landscape formed by vast glaciers in National Park Mols Bjerge, you may very well meet wild horses and grazing cattle on the warm and sunny pastures. The dramatic landscape surrounding Hald Sø and the heather covered Dollerup Bakker near Viborg are the absolute gems of Danish glacial geology.
Denmark’s perhaps most beautiful landscape unfolds in the Lake-Highlands between Silkeborg and Skanderborg along Denmark’s longest stream, Gudenåen (158 km) and the lakes surrounding the national treasure, Himmelbjerget.