This is a mountainbike ride you will never forget…. Here is something for your eyes, your brain, your legs, your heart and lungs… Ride all the way through the Copenhagen nothern green belt. You can perhaps do the ride in 2 hours if you ride fast, but why not take it more easy and enjoy a day on a bike – with severel stops along the fantastic Green Belt route.
Download the Copenhagen Green Belt GPX-file to get the route on your preferred device/route app.
The nature is awesome. The Deer Park with great possibilty to Watch some of 2000 “wild” deers. Pass the old workshops, watermill and lake at Raadvad – the birth place of Danish Industry. Go further following the Molle Aa – the skranter in The Danish Schweiz to a beutyfull place Brede. Cross the “Kongevejen” (Kings Road) over to Lyngby Lake area with birdlife, small pathes and Canals. Frediksdals is a also a good place to stop and watch the Copenhagen people picnic, canoeing and swimming in bigger Fureso Lake where the canalsystem ends.
Find your way up and over to Bagsvaerd Lake – from the western corner of the lake you must find the trail over to Frederiksborg Vej – which you cross and enter the Hareskov. Follow the signs to Hareskov S-train Station – and you are at your destination – MTB-tours in Hareskoven. There is a lots of loops you can do. Just ask us and tell us what you are looking for
This is a trip from A to B. Start up at our Klampenborg shop, right next to the C-line end station. Here you can rent mountainbikes. We will also hand you a map and give you guidelines and present various trail surgestions. Choose between standard and more hard core mountainbiking. The ride stops at our Hareskov bikeshop. You can offcause relax awhile, strech your legs and enjoy a drink, before you walk the 150 meters up to the Hareskov A-line train station – which take you back to Copenhagen center.
Why not combine some sightseeing in the busy town Lyngby. Lyngby is allways worth a stop. You will find many shops, a shoppingcenter. 1 to 2 kilometres from the Lyngby City center, you will find a 17 century “farmer town”. 2 museums “The Open air Museum” with live studios over farming and culture – back 100 to 200 years. You can also visit the “National museum – Brede Værk” – the birthplace of Danish Industrial Culture.
Rent a mountaibike, helmet, drinkingbottle and perhaps a lock – in up to 4 hours for only DKK 299,-
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