We have gathered some tips and good advice about how to respect nature when you are going on an adventure in the nature on Fyn.
If we are to enjoy nature in the future, we have to leave no trace behind when walking through the wonderful forests, hills, meadows, beaches and the rest of the natural world.
Generally, you are free to go anytime and anywhere on foot, when you are on public ground. You can go outside the paths, tracks and roads 24 hours a day. However, there can be limited access in hunting season. You can set up camp in several forests (this means that for the most part it is not allowed). You can find the forests here and read more camping in nature.
On private ground you can only walk on existent paths, tracks, trails, and roads from 6 am until sunset, and you have to respect the places’ current signs.
Read the current rules here – you can also read about the rules for collecting plants.
Signposting on the Archipelago Trail
The Archipelago Trail is signposted with blue pictograms showing a little white rambler figure and the word ‘Øhavsstien’. You cannot see from one sign to the next, as the pictogram signs have only been set up in places where the trail changes direction, or where you may have doubts about which way to go. As a general rule, it is very simple to follow the trail. However, it is a good idea to use a map to keep track of your progress. This means that you will always know where you are if you have any doubts about which direction to follow.