Nature in Aalborg
Believe it or not, just a half-hours' drive from bustling Aalborg lies an untouched Danish wilderness. Its name is Lille Vildmose, which means ‘little wild bog on the heath.’ Climb the lookout tower and see red deer, Denmark’s only golden eagles, the wildest of wild boars, and fox cubs at play. Covering an area of some 7,600 hectares, Lille Vildmose is Denmark's biggest conservation area and contains nature unique to this part of Europe. Lille Vildmose is home to one of the last remaining raised bogs in Western Europe as well as Denmark's only free roaming wild boar population. Lille Vildmose also offers some of the finest deciduous forests with a rich animal life, including one of the greatest selections of birds in Denmark.
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