The landscape of Mols as we know it today was created by the forces of the ice ages. Its sandy ground is home to a wide range of species that are not found in the rest of the country.
Come with our experienced nature guide, Marianne Graversen, and explore the dramatic landscapes of Mols, hear the stories about the impact of the ice age, and discover the plants and animals of the area.
The tour will take place at the surronding area of Molslaboratoriet - a branch of the Natural History Museum in Aarhus. At Molslaboratoriet we experiment with rewilding, and there's a good chance of spotting wild horses and cows.
This trip is suitable for families but note that there is a lot of sand and the hills are steep, making it difficult for strollers and people with disabilities. Sturdy footwear is advisable.
Length and Duration: Walk of approx. 3 km, duration three hours
Tour leader: Nature guide Marianne Graversen, telephone: +45 20 56 62 12
Bring: sturdy footwear, some food and drinks, perhaps a camera
Prize and registration: Participation requires registration and costs 35 kr. for children, 75 kr. for adults
Maximum number of participants: 30