Marselis Forest - TRAIL

Marselis Forest - Trail, Aarhus, Europe

This is a hard thing to do. I am an exchange student from the States, and I just had to bring my bike with me. Obviously, Denmark is lacking in the "mountain" department, but not in the public, worthy, off-road trail department. These trails range from technical singletrack to fireroads. There is a nice bit of climbing there, oddly, but that means that downhills are available. You must be willing to explore a bit, and these trails will not disappoint. They are criss-crossed with equestrian and hiking trails, and since the Danes are usually very active, be ready to see people. Very rarely do the trails take the same route, so you will be able to be less mindful of spooking a horse most of the time.

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Henrik Andresen   Cross Country Rider [Feb 12, 2007]

This is my home city trail, and it is very popular among licensed riders for training as among more ordinary weekend riders. In rainy periods, parts of the track can very muddy and hard to ride. Other parts are on flat forest roads, where you can go fast.
The track has recently (early 2007) been resited and remarked, to vaid too many hikers, joggers and horse riders.

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A detailed track map can be found here:
If you come from downtown Aarhus, the easiest starting point is at the northern end. Car parking by the pond south of Varna.

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