Ravningebroen and Troldborg Rundt is a 2.1 mile loop trail located near Randbøl, Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 2.1 miles Elevation Gain: 275 feet Route Type: Loop

kid friendly


nature trips


bird watching




wild flowers


historic site

Ravning Station houses an exhibition about Ravningebroen bridge, and an embankment across the valley shows where the old bridge was built. From the parking lot on the hilltop, a path leads to the Troldborg ring fortress. The gravel road through Ravningnskov forest leads past the Bronze Age mound Molbohøj, follows old meadow roads surrounded by dykes and hazel trees, and continues to the meadows along deep sunken roads. Then it goes along the Bindeballestien path, beautifully bordered by horsetails. At Ravning Station, an exhibition about the Ravning Bridge, and a dam over the valley shows the bridge path. From the parking lot at the hilltop a path leads to the Troldborg Ring. The gravel road through Ravningskov walks past the bronze age mound Molbohoej, follows old meadows waved by dikes with stalled hazel, and goes through deep hollow roads to the meadows. Here, the Bindeball Trail is beautifully framed by ivory paddock. Most of this area is privately owned and used for farming and forestry. There are seven suggestions for hiking and cycling trips around the forests, river valley and armland, plotted in collaboration with the landowners. With a single exception, the routes are not marked out in the terrain. The Danish nature protection law concerning traffic in the countryside applies. You may: • Cycling and walking on roads and paths in open country • Cycling and walking on roads and paths in private forests from 6 am to sundown. • Walking beyond the paths and being in public areas at night

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Sat Feb 24 2018