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Highest "mountain" in Denmark.

As most Danes already know the place, I (Dane myself) will write this in English. The name means... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
OneandonlyNiels
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Silkeborg, Denmark
Nice and family friendly attraction

It was the biggest mountain/hill in Denmark for decades, now the second largest or something like... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
Jón Örn G
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Iceland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Highest point in Denmark until 1847, when someone actually measured it to be lower than Ejer Baunehøj. Later Yding Skovhøj has been nominated as highest point. And later again Møllehøj as highest natural point. But view is fantastic from Himmelbjerget.

Thank Søren H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Himmelbjerget offers first class area for hiking on foots and on mountain bike if you prefer. We had a teenager with us and chose a modest walk in the nearby forest area with a starting and ending point at the Himmelbjerget hotel and tourist information.The...More

Thank Nils G
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

One of the highest points in Denmark. We prepared lunch box and enjoyed on a bench on hill with a view. On the top of Himmelbjerget you can go inside the tower and pay 10 dkk for entering the tower top. This time we got...More

Thank sydney_park_ey
Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

It is a beautiful place to spend a day with your family. Take a boat trip in the Lake, take a walk on the many walking trails around the hill, go to the Tower and admire the view, eat lunch or just a good old...More

Thank Dona_Nils
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Not it's fault it's just that one of the highest view points in Denmark isn't really that high. Some reasonable views of the lake below and just a brief (5 minute) stroll from the car park to the viewing point.

Thank nick w
Reviewed 6 September 2017

As most Danes already know the place, I (Dane myself) will write this in English. The name means Skymountain. In fact it is not really a mountain, but a hill. Nevertheless the view over lakes and forests is worth going for. There are two ways...More

1  Thank OneandonlyNiels
Reviewed 14 August 2017

It was the biggest mountain/hill in Denmark for decades, now the second largest or something like that. Nice surroundings, great view of the lakes near Silkeborg and the country side. I would reccomend stopping there, nice place. You definitely feel like a tourist though, if...More

Thank Jón Örn G
Reviewed 9 August 2017

We approached Himmerbjerget by boat from Silkeborg. This is probably the nicest and and most pictures boat trip in Denmark! Three small lakes, river and small passages along the way. The boat leaves every half an hour. But be aware that the last boat back...More

Thank Nils G
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

Worth the stop. The kids enjoyed, but it's s bit small. Very nice view from the top. Don't expect a rigorous climb to the top, it's a hill.

1  Thank traveladam2000
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

This attraction was included on our tour, only regret we didn't have a picnic lunch . Perfect spot for a picnic. Very laid back rural scenic overlook. Some food available, but a quick walk up to the tower is main event.

Thank george60898
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