Category Archives: Denmark

A walk in the woods

Roger George Brown 10 September 1951 – 9 November 2016 Dear Followers, It is with great sadness that I write this piece for you all. My father Roger passed away from cancer a few days ago. To be honest I … Continue reading

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Furesø, waiting for sunrise

I set off after dinner and headed to one of the many camping sites adjacent to Furesø (lake). Locating a spot I settled down to relax, drinking tea and enjoying the evening.

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Camønoen: Møns Geo Centre to Klintholm Havn

Summer had finally arrived in Denmark and with a visitor from Australia it seemed like the ideal time for a short overnighter along the coast. Coincidently I had recently been made aware of Camønoen, a collection of trails around the … Continue reading

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Camping not Hiking

Many of my regular readers will have noticed that I have been inactive with regards to trail reports over the past few months, initially this was because of an injury to my knee. However, once that had recovered, another more serious … Continue reading

Posted in Black Diamond Shelter, CampingnotHiking, Coastal Walking, Denmark, GoLIte, Tarptent, Tarptent Moment DW, Tarptent Notch, Uncategorized | Tagged | 14 Comments

There and back to see how far it is.

Living near Copenhagen, we are fortunate  to have many forests and most of which include  camping sites where you can spend a night or two just enjoying the outdoors. A quick look at the map here (only in Danish) will soon show … Continue reading

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A windy, winter wander, along the Danish West Coast

I have grown fond of the west coast of Jutland (Jylland), particularly areas north of Thyborøn. In part I think this is because of the “Wildness” or openess as well as a sense of isolation, furthermore, I am attracted by … Continue reading

Posted in Coastal Walking, Denmark, Thy National Park, Wandering | 2 Comments

Fjordstien Part 1: Jagerpris to Hammer Bakke

I have described previously the Fjordstien, which is as a series of connected trails circumnavigating Roskilde Fjord and Isfjord, south of Copenhagen. A map of the trails can be found here, and with the area so close to home it is … Continue reading

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