Strø Bjerge, Holstrupgård

Take a walk in the past

Situated 300 m from Grimstrup st. Strø Bjerge is an 8 km long hill, which was formed during the ice melting around 12,000 years ago. The hill is 300-400 m wide, 25 m high and dominates with its coarse course and elevates the otherwise flat landscape. The northern part of the hill was preserved in 1981, and from several of the highlands, there is a magnificent view of the North Sealand countryside.

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  • Strø Bjerge, Holstrupgård
  • Grimstrupvej 10
    3310 Ølsted