For the first time since Jotunheimen I put on my walking boots and went for a walk around one of the local lakes, Søndersø. The trail around the lake is approximately 5.4 km in length and is bordered by the township of Værløse, the now closed military airstrip as well as open farmland and is a popular jogging, walking and cycling path though during week days it is a little quieter.

The trail while mostly gravel does offer some forested sections to walk through, as well as the possibility to see Deer, and listen to the sounds of many different aquatic birds along with pleasant sounds of the Nightingale. The lake is popular fishing spot with many boats moored in an inlet on the lake. It was great to be able to get out for a walk in preparation for an upcoming walk or 2 along the west coast of Jutland.

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4 Responses to Søndersø

  1. Old Winter says:

    Your photographs certainly make it seem a peaceful place. I can see its appeal.

  2. Thanks, Old Winter, for the comments yes it was peaceful there and a pleasure to escape from the constant drone of cars on the nearby roads. I will revisit Søndersø to watch and listen for the changing of the seasons.

  3. Hendrik M says:

    As Old Winter said, it looks very calm and relaxing. I can imagine how nice it must be to sit down by the water side, listen to the birds and stare into the water =)

  4. Yes a very calming place, especially if you get of the main jogging path. Yet it is only a 15 minute walk from a suburban railway station.

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