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The Kulsvierstien at Hillerød

The Kulsvierstien near Hillerød is a 3.5 km footpath through a varied North Sealand landscape, created with hills and small lakes. Most people can join this walk.

The path is signposted, and you can start the walk at Kulsviergården in Alsønderup, near Hillerød.

You walk past Alsønderup Church and quickly emerge into the open countryside. Next, you cross through a hilly dead-ice landscape, where you can take a break in a field divide and enjoy the view of Alsønderup Engsø.

Important information about walking on the Kulsvierstien

The path runs on private land made available by the lot owners, and it is therefore very important that traffic rules are observed as the path will otherwise be closed.

This means that dogs are welcome, but they must be kept on a leach. At the same time, it is not permitted to ride or cycle on the path.

Farm shop and shopping on your way

If you have timed your walk with the opening hours at the Mangholm organic farm, there are rich experiences to be had both in the cafe & shop and outside; you can see the biodiversity in full bloom.

On the return trip to Alsønderup, you can either walk along the main road or enjoy the views from a new angle and follow the signs along the same route.

The trip can be extended with a detour to Nejede Vesterskov, where there is access to the bird tower at Alsønderup Engsø and three burial mounds in the southern part of the forest.

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