The Danish society for Nature Conservation stands behind the idea of The Path of Gods.
The inspiration came from a Danish author Martin A. Hansen, who wrote about a trail system about 64 kilometres long which goes from Mosede Fort to Vellerup Vig in Zealand, Denmark,
Martin A. Hansen did a thesis that ‘There has been a trade road, an army road and a path of Gods from Koege Bay to the Isefjord through wetlands, bogs, meadows, fields and forests.
Not just one for wheelbarrow or horseback riding, but a range of roads changing from century to millennium.
There are trails for the first burial mounds builders, the masters of the stone age monuments, there are the bronze age mounds, and finally the abode and grave grounds of the Iron Age and Viking age.’
# Lethrica, The Historical Associations in Lejre Municipality.
I had some very fascinating walks in an area enriched by history and great beauty. My walks continued over a year and became a beautiful journey in time and place.
‘Back in my drawers’ I found this video from some parts of the path of Gods.
Relax for four minutes and don’t expect wonders 🙂 apart from the music!
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10 thoughts on “The Path of Gods”
That looks like a beautiful walk!
It is indeed, Julie. One can experience something as rare as to hear the wind in the grain, and little birds chirping. To watch the clouds drift across the sky casting dancing shadows on the hills. Tranquillity in the best sense 🙂
That sounds delightful!!
Thank you. That was a lovely way to start my day. 🙂
Thanks for that, Robin. I hope the rest of your day will be good 🙂
The path of God is beautiful and it’s shown in your beautiful images and video
Thank you for your wonderful encouragement. I love walking in fields and among mounds while the fjord takes colour of the blue sky. Really a stunning walk.
Your love gave us wonderful view of nature !! Yes a walk at mesmerising place is always great!!
very beautiful walks, Hanna, thanks for sharing, kind regards Mitza
It is a wonderful place where hiking and history are combined beautifully 🙂
All the best,
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