Cycle routes in Aalborg Fjordland - 80km
Aalborg Fjordland offers several beautiful and varied cycling routes through fantastic nature and cozy towns.
A bicycle tour gives you the opportunity to experience Northern Jutland with the whole family at a pace where you can take in all the impressions. Beautiful routes take you through cozy villages and market places, and regardless of whether you are into off-roading on mountain bike or pleas
If you and the family are into biking, there is hardly a better place to roll out than North Jutland. Regardless of whether you choose the already established cycle routes around the region or go out on your own, full of wonderful experiences that the whole family can enjoy. Long trips along the coast can provide experiences for the eyes and lots of kilometers in the legs - and if you are into MTB trips in more hilly and challenging terrain, there are plenty of options, from Rold Skov, Hammer Bakker to Skagen Klitplantage .
Vokslevruten is a 24 kilometer (15 mile), versatile route through Himmerland in the south of Northern Jutland. The route goes from Nibe to Vokslev, ending south of Ellidshøj, seeling little traffic.The route passes the Vokslev limestone trench, Huul Mølle and Frendrup Nihøje on the way. ...
The Halkær Route is a 10-kilometers long regional cycling and walking route (no. 30) and connects the Hvalpsund Route (no. 29) with the Limfiord Route (no. 23). The route is well equipped with signs.On the Halkær route, you will find blue signs along the route to guide you. All the signs...
If you are into beautiful bike rides along the beach, in the forests or in rough, hilly terrain - away from the classic asphalt roads and cycle paths - then you undoubtedly own a mountain bike, an MTB. In North Jutland, you will find both MTB routes for the whole family and for those who love a bit more action. And even outside of the classic MTB routes, Northern Jutland is an obvious choice when you and your MTB need to get out and get some air. So get wind in your hair under your helmet of course, the smell of the forest floor or salt water in your nose and come out and experience Northern Jutland "off the beaten track"!