Guided Walk in the Subglacial Haderslev Valley

Tørning old watermill. Photo: Hjart

The Haderslev subglacial valley was created by erosion from the melting water after the last Ice Age. Today it is a peaceful valley with many natural and cultural experiences. 

This guided hike goes through the Haderslev valley. We start our hike in Vojens and we end in the medieval town of Haderslev.

We walk the quiet roads, tracks and forest trails passing and overlooking 3 lakes and enjoy the Tørning Mounds which is now planted with many different trees. Next to Tørning Mounds we see the old Tørning Watermill.

We pass the Christiansdal power station, which is still in operation before we follow an old path going through the Haderslev Deer Park. Finally we can see the gothich cathedral of Haderslev in the distance. A nice walk with beautiful nature and sceneries.

The tour can be extended with a guided tour of Haderslev city, Haderslev Cathedral or both. 

From Haderslev 1-2 buses go every hour to Vojens if not our private bus take us back to Vojens or elsewhere.

There are only few restroom opportunities along the way. Arrangements concerning food and drinks are made individually. We can bring our own or a meal can be booked with Guide Service Denmark.


5 hours
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Mostly this area
Haderslev subglacial valley
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Tørning Watermill if you wish to visit
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