Bidstrup Forests are part of Skovhøjlandet, the forest highlands that make up Zealand’s second largest forested area. The varied and hilly terrain of Skovhøjlandet lies 100 meters above sea level and is filled with forests, pastures, forest meadows, bogs and lakes. Springs bubble from the hills and the forests are crisscrossed by clean brooks and streams.
The forests received a Natura 2000 designation due to the area’s unique flora and fauna. Paths, shelters, mountain bike trails and horse trails are available for use, just as Avnsø Lake offers pristine water for swimming.
Boserup Forest is highly popular, its protected, old-growth deciduous forest stretching to the coastal bluffs of Roskilde Fjord. A species-rich flora flourishes in the calcium rich soil, where mushrooms willingly sprout and springtime brings a rich bouquet of white, blue and yellow anemone flowers. The forest has paths, shelters and mountain bike trails. In the middle of the forest is the Boserupgård Nature Centre, where a large variety of activities take place, and Traktørstedet, where you can enjoy coffee and cake.