Nature is open to everyone and there is so much space that you can be at a safe distance from other people.
Billund municipality offers a large palette of experiences in the open air and is with its versatile nature one of the most exciting municipalities in Denmark.
There is something for everyone and throughout the municipality you will find beautiful nature areas that invite to both cycling and hiking. Here we have gathered some ideas for experiences in nature, so you can both get fresh air and experiences in a safe environment.
Gyttegård Plantation is one of Billund municipality's most visited and most beautiful nature areas. This is partly due to the fact, that you can experience Grene Sande's sandy dunes and open plains with heath. Even though you are in the middle of the country, you feel like you are on the West Coast. The reason why Grene Sande looks like this is that the area was shaped in the time after the ice age and again by the time in the 17th and 18th centuries, when flying sand came far into Jutland. You actually get the feeling of standing in a huge sandbox - approx. 400 meters long and 100 meters wide.
However, it is clear that there is still movement in the sand when you look at some of the roots of the trees, which are standing free in the air while trying to cling to the loose sand.
Since 1802, when the state decided to build Frederikshåb Plantage, it has been a favorite destination. It was a long journey from the decision of a plantation was made until the area was planted. This was because the sand escape first had to be controlled with dikes and it took almost 100 years before the plantation was laid out.
Frederikshåb Plantage contains a strange natural phenomenon, called the Seven Years' Lakes. Sometimes you can find a large lake, at other times the water is gone and you can walk on the bottom of the lake. In the plantation you will find large inland dunes and a distinctive area with approx. 175 stones that are 5000 years old.
With its flat heathland landscape at Randbøl, Randbøl Heath is one of the few heathland landscapes left in Denmark. The 750 ha make the heath Denmark's largest inland heath and it has since 1932 been protected from cultivation and planting.
It is located side by side with beautiful Frederikshåb Plantage, which i.a. offers the Seven Years' Lakes and the smoking mountains.
Grindsted offers nature experiences for everyone. From Rækkebjerge's hilly sand ridge to Engsøen's shiny mirror, there are wonderful hours in nature for everyone.
When it comes to nature experiences, Filskov has something for all ages. The new playground behind Filskov Inn will excite all children and childish souls, but if it is a brisk walk you want, then Filskov is the right destination for you. Here you will find both the fine Heart Path, where you really get to see Filskov and what the city has to offer. If you are looking for more hiking, then The Clover Path may be for you.
Sdr. Omme is definitely worth a visit if you want a wonderful nature experience. The town offers both Omme Å, which with its meandering and clear water course is a true natural gem - both when it comes to fishing and a canoe trip.
In addition, Sdr. Omme also has a beautiful Heart Trail and the new Nature Room, which is worth a visit.
Vorbasse has everything the heart can desire from experiences in the open air. Take a heart trail and come around and see the city - you can also visit Vorbasse Naval Dockyard now that you are in the area.
Otherwise, there are plenty of opportunities for fresh air at the surrounding plantations.