The municipality of Rudersdal is one of the greenest in Northern Sealand. With the many beautiful forests and open green areas you have ample opportunity to move around in nature.
You have lots of possibilities if you want to enjoy nature in Rudersdal - by sea, by land, on horseback, on bike, on foot, running or on skis.
Take a walk in the woods - The Danish Switzerland and Rude Skov
Many of the forests in the area possess rich ancient memories in the form of burial mounds, passage graves, et cetera. Here you can read a bit about some of your many options.
» Take a walk in the wood
Furesøen and Vaserne - the deepest lake and richest birdlife
Furesøen is Denmark’s deepest lake and one of the largest of Northern Sealand. The birdlife near the lake is very rich and with 15 different species of fish it is popular among anglers. Between Bistrup and Holte you find the lake and marsh area Vaserne with a rich birdlife, a pavilion, and a bird tower.
Beaches and marinas
All year round happy visitors and Vikings frolic in the Øresund waves and in the lakes in Rudersdal municipality. Below you can read about the most popular beaches in the municipality.
» Beaches and marinas
Baadfarten sails on the lakes by Holte and Lyngby. The route Frederiksdal – Luknam – Birkerød – Jægerhuset – Holte sails on Sundays and holidays from the first weekend of May until the last weekend of September.
The Rudersdal route
The Rudersdal route is a unique exercise path and an exciting nature universe. The purpose of and the idea behind the Rudersdal route, is to make it easier and more fun to have a healthy and active lifestyle.