North Jutland offers many different mountain biking routes in beautiful nature. Experience the adrenalin in your body and the fresh wind in your face on one of the many routes around North Jutland.
Around the Danish state forests, you will find a lot of different MTB routes. Many of them are established as independent MTB tracks and often as single tracks. Here you can ride a mountain bike outside the forest paths and forest roads where the other forest visitors travel. In addition to the marked mountain bike routes, North Jutland offers a number of mountain bike options in forests and on trails.
It is generally allowed to cycle on all paths and roads in the Danish forests that are man-made and which appear suitable for cycling with an ordinary bicycle (in private forests, however, only from 6 am until sunset). You must not cycle, either on a regular bicycle or on an MTB, in the forest floor, in dunes, or on rock dikes, etc. You must not make your own MTB tracks in the forest. Of course, remember to show consideration for other forest visitors when biking in the woods.
In Rold Skov near Skørping, you will find a fantastic mountain bike route of 32 km. with an altitude of about 600 meters. The route is marked with blue dots on the trees, mountain bike pictograms on red poles, and the route must be run clockwise. What are you waiting for?
In Hammer Bakker (hills) you will find an amazing MTB route, that takes you through forests, fields, moors and pastures. The route is 13km long and consists of two bows, the western in hard but short and the eastern is longer but easy, the two bows meet around 1km from start.
In Lundby Bakker (Lundby Hills) near Gistrup, you will find an MTB route of 7,8km. It takes you through rolling terrain with many up and downhill ramps. Even the skilled MTB rider will find a challenge here, follow the black route for hard difficulty and the green for an easier ride.
In addition to the marked mountain bike routes, North Jutland offers a number of mountain bike opportunities in forests and on trails. Remember when biking: