The Par Force Bicycle Route 105
The Par Force Bicycle Route 105 guides you through Gribskov forest and introduces you to some of the areas and special places that help make the forests and roads UNESCO world heritage.
The Par Force Hunting Landscape nominated as UNESCO world heritage in 2015, but the hunting landscape has influenced North Sealands forest and culture for a very long time. When King Christian V laid out the Par Force Hunting Landscape at the end of the 1600s, the hunt existed until 1777.
The Par Force hunting landscape is to be experienced by bike - and on two cycling routes, you will be introduced to the areas that make the forests of UNESCO World Heritage.
In North Sealand, the landscape was tamed and shaped on a considerable scale. Lakes, bogs and wetlands were dammed up by stretched roads and slopes were levelled so that you could follow the hunt from central crossings. Read more about the Par Force forests in North Sealand.
The forests around Frederiksborg and Fredensborg Castle were the mainstay of the Par Force hunt - the splendour and might of the king - And you can see the beautiful castle and palace from which the king rode into the landscape on his quest.
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød is a fairy tale-like experience that no children or adults should miss. The beautiful Renaissance castle is built on three small islands in the Castle Lake, where the many towers and spires are reflected in an enchanting sight.