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North Jutland has many different attractions, whether you are looking for amusement parks, monuments or natural areas.

There is always plenty to choose from, when you are in North Jutland on vacation.

Also see our selected attractions in North Jutland here.

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The "Eye" Tree

In Rold Skov and Rebild Bakker, you can find a very special trees. If trees could talk, they would tell stories about anything from highwaymen raids to crawling princesses. Read stories about some of
Type: Natural areas

The Love Beech

The Love Beech has experienced both love and war the last 300-400 years. The young have sat together under the beech, when love was in the air. A few years ago the tree dies, but it is still large and
Type: Natural areas

The Emigrant Beech

The Emigrant Beech can be found just 100 metres from the Lincoln Log Cabin Museum, on the way to the highest point in Rebild Bakker. A big, beautiful Rold Skov beech, with its twenty stems and a huge
Type: Natural areas

The Hvass Tree

The Hvass Tree is named after “The King of Rold”, who is the State Forester Jens Hvass (1898-1996). He was a powerful, rugged, and cheerful man. He loved teasing the islanders of Funen, Zealand, and e
Type: Natural areas


This is a small and lovely forest lake overgrown with a large amount of white water lilies with yellow stamens. The lake is located west of the railway, across from “The forest garden of Jutland". In
Type: Natural areas

Estrup Dam

This is a small lake east of Skørping. The lake was previously a location for digging for peat, but today it is a charming little forest lake.
Type: Natural areas

The Princess Tree

In days gone by, it was believed that the so called ‘eye’-tree could cure rickets if you crawled through the eye. In 1952, the three princesses Margrethe, Benedikte and Anne Marie all crawled through
Type: Natural areas

Skillingbrokilden and Thingbækkilden

Several of the springs on the western side of Gravlev Valley have previously provided water to fish farms, which have now been closed. The only springs in the area still used for fish farming are the
Type: Natural areas

Egebæk Kilde

Egebæk spring runs out of the limestone hill west of Hvolbjerg. It yields 70-80 litres of water per second. There was once a water mill at the spring, which was dammed to create a mill dam. Using a tu
Type: Natural areas


The small lake, Ilsø, is a meadow south of Jægersborg Skov. The lake is more nutrient rich than lake such as Store Økssø, and in the lake the white water lily and yellow water lily grows. At the lake
Type: Natural areas