Camping in The Forest

I had a lovely walk in the forest some days ago.
After a short walk I met William. He was wearing a big rucksack. His plan was to camp along the lake, Esrum Sø.
The opportunities for camping are possible if you want to sleep out on your way through the big forest, Gribskov.
As we walked I told him of a place near a forester’s house, Graverhus, where he could pick up water.
I don’t exaggerate, I was today’s hero 🙂

Enjoy nature and leave only your footprints behind you ❤

21 Comments on “Camping in The Forest

  1. Åh hvor ser det dejligt ud. Får helt lyst til at gå en tur 🙂

  2. Beautifun nature pictures yuo have taken. Did you take a bath in the lake?

    • Thanks John. The lake has emerged as a kettle hole and has the shape of a bathtub. Steep slopes and 22 meters deep. The lake might be ice cold just below the surface.

  3. Very pretty countryside, and I love those butterflies! I’ve never seen that species here, they are very pretty ones!

    • The butterflies have been busy recently, Montucky. It’s almost mid-August, and now we have a bit of warmth in the air. What you lack in butterflies, are far outweighed by beautiful flowers in the mountains 🙂 🙂

  4. a wonderful enchanted place, Hanna, thanks for taking me with you, have a nice day, regards Mitza

    • I’m sure you will love the forester houses and their gardens filled with flowers located down towards the beautiful lake. I have to remember to photograph windows and doors, Mitza ❤ 🙂

      • yes, that sounds wonderful. I’m waiting for your door photos:) Have a nice day, Hanna, kind regards Mitza

      • You must arm yourself with patience for those photos but I’ll keep it in mind 🙂
        Happy day to you too, Mitza ❤

  5. I don’t doubt for a second that you were a hero, Hanna! Just as I’m sure running into you was one of the highlights of William’s time in the forest. (Which, by the way, looks like a beautiful place to camp!)

    • Thank you so much, Heide. I’m not used to so much flattery, but I can easily live with it 🙂 🙂
      The place is a lovely spot and I’m sure you would enjoy a trip with one of the small ferries sailing on the lake.
      It is very idyllic and many local stories relate to the forest and the lake.

    • Hi Pooja. The Forest employees do much to create big variation in the forest. Therefore, more bogs and lakes have emerged for the benefit of animals and humans ❤ …and lots of lovely views 🙂

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