Ice age routes at Molslaboratoriet in Mols Bjerge

Naturhistorisk Museum’s researchstation, Molslaboratoriet, are located in the middle of the beautiful Mols Bjerge. There are marked paths in the area, which are free to visit. We have made a special ice age route in the area. You will experience several of the classical traces of the ice age that can still be seen in the Danish landscape. The tour offers a kettle hole, a meltwater tunnel, and former seabed among others. Remember the wellingtons if it has been raining.

Find the whole route here.

Rocky route 1 – Kalø

On the first rocky route, you can experience rocks from the ice age in both water and on land. The route takes place south of Rønde on Djursland by the beautiful Kalø Slotsruin, Hestehave forest, and Ringel forest in National Park Mols Bjerge.

Find the whole route here.

Rocky route 2 – Knebel, Agri and Porskær

On this rocky route, you can experience rocks from the ice age on land. The route takes place in the area near Knebel, Agri, and Porskær in National Park Mols Bjerge.

Find the whole route here.