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Hike - Kabbelfredningen

Kabbelfredningen - an ice age landscape along the Limfjord by Lemvig with beautiful nature experiences.


Kabbelfredningen (preservation) – a landscape made by the ice age with beautiful nature experiences.

The landscape is made by the last ice age (115000-11700 past tense) where a several meter thick ice cap covered the most of Scandinavia and pushed around the stratums of earth.

En route you will pass by Kabbel Manor, one of the areas few manors; a particular example of a Western Jutland bullock farm. On the rich meadows by the Limfjord, it was good to fatten bullocks, which, afterwards, were sold to England or Germany. In the 18. Hundreds, many wealthy peasants who lived by trading their goods lived in the area – and one of the wealthiest and brightest build and lived in the existing buildings of Kabbel Manor.

The Danish Society for Nature Conservation secured in 1980 through a voluntarily preservation the beautiful landscape around the manor of Kabbel so that everyone today has access to the area.

  • Walk along the approx. 28 hectares of re-established beach meadows. In 2002, the drained off fields were re-established and the old dike is slowly destroyed.
  • Walk up the clay cliff on the northern point of Kabbel on a hung-up flight of steps.
  • Walk down through the beautiful Tannebækdal (valley) where the steep slopes are so steep that they cannot be used for cultivation but are cropped by goats and young cattle.

Along the way there will be information about nature, the landscape and the cultural history of the area.