8 thoughts on “Overlooking the Fjord

    • Thank you, Cornelia. The world is turned upside down. I hope you are okay!!
      We are reopening our communities very slow to avoid virus getting out of control. I hope that scientists will find a cure to help the sickest patients through COVID-19.
      All the best,

  1. Sorry-does the path have a name or is there website I can look up. I see it on the map but it looks very big. As an aside, I was due to come and work in Copenhagen before I switched to Vevey. What might have been eh? ☺

    • The path is divided into 7 stages, Mike. You can check the route on Friluftsguiden, a Danish site for outdoors activities.
      By clicking in the 13 points on the map you can see what kind of landscapes there are and read more about them – in Danish 🙂
      Following your outings tells me that you haven’t been cheated by your choice in Vevey 🙂

      • Thanks for the info Hanna. I’ll check it out later. Good old Chrome will no doubt translate it for me but, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words! 😊 And, yes, I had been to Vevey on business before, so I knew what to expect, but Copenhagen (and 3 factory implementations in Finland, Sweden or Norway, I forget which two of them now), were a bit of an unknown. But that’s how life takes you sometimes.

  2. Does the path follow the fjord – either in part or maybe all the way (like one of the UK coastal paths) ? If the latter, it would probably be a long, but beautiful, walk. 😊

    • Hi Mike. The path follows the fjord. It stretches over 275 km.
      There are long sandy beaches, forests and countryside with stately homes and churches, villages and market towns.
      But first of all I have experienced the idyll and tranquillity.
      The burial mounds and the stories of the Vikings, who were very active in this area.
      The trail runs along the Roskilde Fjord and Isefjord.
      Two blue flashing pearls in Zealand 🙂

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