Bramslev Bakker is a 300 hectares preserved area. There is only access through marked paths. The preserved area lies close to Mariager Fjord.
The view from the parking place at Bramslev Bakker is one of the most spectacular sights in Nothern Jutland. The steep slopes are an abrupt distinction from the more level and higher placed agricultural area which surrounds the fjord. The fjord, which is a so called tunnel valley, stopped its development 20.000 years ago because of the huge masses of meltwater under the ice.
Research does however indicate that there in tertiary period 1 million years ago, already was a valley here, and this valley was made deeper due to the ice which forced its way through.
In Bramslev Bakker is also a beautyfull beach, wich is provided with Blue Flag. When a beach got the Blue Flag you can be sure that the water is nice and clean.
It is also from here you can take a nice trip with the “paddle steamer” Svanen at the beautyful Mariager Fjord all summer through.