Six green walks in the forests of Langeland
The Langeland Footpath’s Friends Society have enjoyed great success arranging walking tours around the island - along the coast and its cliffs, between the hat hills, in the towns and countryside . Here under you can finde their favorite walks in the woods.
8 km - Cold War Museum Langelands Fort, Leafy Woodland and Kelds Nor Lighthouse
A 8km walk - combine a springtime woodland walk through Lunden with a visit to the Cold War Museum Langelands Fort. Meet a “Czech hedgehog” and see - if only from the outside - the striking lighthouse at Kelds Nor.
7 km - The “Heart Path”, the Archipelago Trail and two beautiful Beech Forests
A 7km walk - starting at the car park at Engdraget in Rudkøbing, you follow “the Heart Path” through attractively cultivated allotments. After passing the Danahus old peoples home you set your course west to join, via Voldstien and Strandbakken, the Archipelago Trail which winds along Kragholmvej to the woods at Horsehave.
3,3 km - Vestre Stigtehave
A 3.3km walk: Vestre Stigtehave is amongst Denmark’s most lovely beech forests. This woodland is the closet thing you will find to ancient forest on Langeland.
This route takes you through the trees and over low hills along wide forest tracks. Looking between the gnarled tree trunks you can enjoy a lovely view over the Great Belt to the Funen coast.
12 km - Around Langeland’s north tip and across the island at Stigtehaver
A 12km walk - the tour around the north tip of the island is one of Jette and Jesper’s favourite walks: two lighthouses, an old summer house colony and some of Denmark’s most beautiful beech woods are some of the attractions.