Best bike touring trails in Denmark

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Explore the most popular bike touring trails in Denmark with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of bike touring trails in Denmark
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#1 - Furesø Loop
Værløse, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 13.0 mi • Est. 5 h 13 m
The Furesø Loop is a trail which takes you all around lake Furesø. The trail offers spectacular views over the entire lake and you'll come across varied landscapes, from forests to towns and beaches on the coast of the lake. Typically this trail is done by cyclists, but for who wants to walk it there's loads of campgrounds and other overnight options along the trail. Kayaks are for rent nearby the trail and the route comes past a small fire pit as reststop.Show more
#2 - Bølling Lake Loop
Engesvang, Central Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 6.9 mi • Est. 3 h 10 m
Loop around Bølling Lake with stunning views over the lake, passing varied landscapes.Show more
#3 - Julsø Loop
Ry, Central Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 28.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
The Julsø Loop is a route around the enormous Julsø lake and connecting Borre lake. The route is typically done by cyclist, but it's possible to walk it as well. It's often said that the area is Denmarks answer to the Alps, and you'll be surrounded by some of the country's highest peaks.Show more
#4 - Hærvejen - Trækstien
Viborg, Central Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 117.2 mi • Est. Multi-day
This trail combines the two trails Hærvejen and Trækstien to make one large loop trail. The Ox Road, in Danish known as Hærvejen, is a trail that has sections which can be traced back more than 6000 years ago. Back then the trail was primarily used as a trade route. This is where the route gets its name from, oxen walked the route the most. Along the trail you'll still see parts of the old tracks, sheep pens and fords. The route is well marked as Hærvejen and you can either walk or cycle it. Every year the hiking event Hærvejsmarchen is organized along the trail. Trækstien is a centuries old trail which follows the old tow paths of the River Gudenå. It comes past a couple of natural gems of the province.Show more
#5 - The Copenhagen Lakes
Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 4.0 mi • Est. 1 h 55 m
This is a very popular trail for residents who like to run, jog, take the kids to feed the birds, or just take in the beautiful views of Copenhagen. The trail is made up of three rectangular lakes in a row that go through the middle of the city.Show more
#6 - Havneringen
Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 8.0 mi • Est. 3 h 13 m
#7 - Ryebro - Salten Langsø Loop
Ry, Central Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 12.5 mi • Est. 5 h 2 m
The subglacial lake Salten Langsø and its surrounding hill landscape are a popular place amongst hikers. The large valley continues with Lake Mossø, making this an amazing piece of Danish nature. The north side of the lake is mainly forested, with steep slopes going towards the lake. The south side of the lake is a mixture between forest, heath and moors. Here you can also find an old Second World War airfield and some post-war ruins and remains.Show more
#8 - Rude Skov Loop
Rude Skov
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Length: 4.5 mi • Est. 2 h 9 m
Rude Skov is a popular recreational area. Most of the paths are lit at night, so it's ideal for an evening run or hike. The large paths in the area are wheelchair friendly. It's allowed to fish in a few of the lakes, but not all. To get more information about wheelchair accessibility, fishing and all other possibilities of Rude Skov forest take a look at the Danish nature reserve website: https://naturstyrelsen.dk/naturoplevelser/naturguider/rude-skov/Show more
#9 - Sjæl Lake Loop
Birkerød, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 7.1 mi • Est. 3 h 20 m
Beautiful loop walk around Sjæl Lake, through several forests. Show more
#10 - Bindeballestien - Regionalrute 36
Vejle, Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark
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Length: 23.6 mi • Est. 10 h 30 m
Binedballestien, or regional route 36, is an ideal bicycle trail, but it's also possible to hike this route. All of the route goes on paved roads with little to no car traffic. The stunning landscape between Vejle and Billund is an unforgettable sight. There are several places on this trail where Bike Friends offers water refills and tools in case you have a flat tire.Show more
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