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Klingebjerg on Fanø

From the peak of Klingebjerg, a view of the marsh areas north and east of the dune plantation will unfold. These are some of the most important resting places for some of the millions of birds migrating through the area.

Klingebjerg is located in the most northern part of Fanø Plantation. In 1892, planting of the area began and today it spans over 1421 hectare. The plantation was meant to both lower sand flight and produce wood. These days the plantation is only for recreational use and a lot of work is put into renewing it by adding new tree species to the original spruce and pine. Clearings are also made, and with some luck you will be able to meet roe deer, fallow deer or red deer.