Rocky route 2

On this rocky route you can experience rocks from the ice age located on land. The route takes place in the southern part of the area at Knebel, Agri, and Porskær. Use latitude (B) and longitude (L) to find the rocks – they can be inserted into, for example, Google Maps.

Porskær Dyssesten

Porskær Dyssestenen is the capstone on a dolmen, and it weighs 16,5 tons. Capstone can be defined as the rock that make up the ceiling in a dolmen. Porskær Dyssestenen is coarse-grained granite, and it is located on Poskærdyssen to the right of Poskærvej between Knebel and Agri.

Approximately 30 big rocks have been gathered in the dolmen with an average weight of about 3 tons besides the capstone at 16 tons. Approximately 100 tons in total. You can read more about the Proskær dolmen here (Danish).

B: 56.218206° L: 10.502027°

Kokkedal Dyssesten

Kokkedal dyssesten is a large granite rock at 8,6 tons. The stone is a larvikite – in other words, it is a glacial erratic from the Larvik area in Norway. However, the larvikite is only visible on the underside due to fouling on the rock. It is close to a unnamed dolmen near Poskærvej almost right between NO. 33 and NO. 46. It is in a field boundary right in front of a large cherry plum shrub.

A volunteer-group at Nationalpark Mols Bjerge has in the summer of 2015 maintained the dolmen mound and thus exposed this large capstone.

B: 56.225888° L: 10.515160°

Agri Dyssesten

The capstone on the Agri-dolmen is coarse-grained granite, and it weighs 19 tons. The rock does not seem that significant due to surrounding high ground and vegetation. It is to the right of Ø. Bakkevej between Agri and Vrinners and about 100 meter into a field just before Grovlegården.

B: 56.233710° L: 10.515358°


Stabel-stenen is a large and quite light granite rock at 8,5 tons. The rock is found ‘up on the hill’ near Lille Træstribe south east of Lundegård and south of Stabelhøj. Stabel-stenen has been dug free of the ground and has been moved by two loaders down the hill to it present location on the boundary between garden and field. In the winter, the rock is visible from the gravel road towards the Ø. Bakkevej-farms: Holmgård, Lundegård, and Rugdalsgård.

B: 56.236917° L: 10.516968°


Champagnestenen (The champagne rock) is a large rock at 6,6 tons in rapakivi granite. This type of rock stems from Åland, which is located between Sweden and Finland. Champagnestenen is in a fenced in field and hilltop about 300 meters north of Agri Bavnehøj. A participant at a public tour told that the rock was at Poskærvej 46 in the 1950’s just below the surface in a field, and every summer, the rock left burnt spot in the crops. At some point in time, it was removed. It was moved down to the rock pile near the vicarage barn. About 1985, when Mold Bjerge was protected, the barn and rock pile was removed. The truck operator was asked to move them to its present location, where there is a fantastic view towards north-west, north, and north-east.

B: 56.232106° L: 10.536240°

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Map of the route

Nature rapport about rocks (in Danish)

Do you want to know more about ice age rocks in Nationalpark Mols Bjerge, then take a look in the nature rapport 10/2015 (in Danish).

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A big thank you to…

A big thank you to Nationalpark Mols Bjerge and Jens Reddersen for their nature rapport ‘De kæmpestore kampesten og deres rejse’, which is a mapping and dissemination of the big ice-transported rocks in Nationalpark Mols Bjerge.

We have had great pleasure in both facts and pictures.