Fossil hunting and nature’s own climbing frames
At the foot of the forest slopes, you can continue the hunt on Stenhøj Beach now for fossils and playful porpoises that you can spot along the coast.
Vejle Fjord was formed during the last Ice Age’s largest ice emergence, which created the steep slopes. Occasionally, landslides cause trees to fall on the beach. Fortunately, the development is closely monitored, so you can move safely on the shore and enjoy the fallen “climbing frames”.
Intimate marina and petting goats
Then continue to Rosenvold. A charming area consisting of a lovely beach, a cosy campsite where you can buy provisions and a well-deserved ice cream, a castle and not least an intimate marina, where there is also a small playground. Get beach sand between your toes and pet the sweet goats at Rosenvold Strand Camping.
End the day with a campfire or wellness
If you have not already had enough fresh air, you can go back to Staksrode Forest and round off the day with a campfire with marshmallows and bread on a stick at the shelter site,
which is not only cosy, surrounded by nature and has a well-equipped campfire site. It also has one of the best views on the coast.
Further in the fjord you will find the beautiful spa hotel Vejlefjord, if you instead need to be well and truly pampered.