Trehøje is three hilltops, each being 127 metres high, located in the middle of the scenic Mols Bjerge National Park.
If you climb the three hilltops, you can experience a view like no other. The landscape rises up steeply from the coast, offering surprisingly pleasant panoramas of Djursland’s undulating landscape on one side and the Kattegat’s sinuous coast on the other.
The landscape of Trehøje is East Jutland’s largest area of grassland, featuring open grassy expanses containing flowers, juniper bushes, and scattered deciduous undergrowth. In the middle of summer, these areas are almost brown-purple in colour, when the wavy hair grass blooms. This time of year is perfect for gathering berries and mushrooms with your family at Trehøje. The hilly landscape was created during the ice age when masses of ice pushed the hills up. During the Bronze Age, the hills were used to construct burial places, and Trehøje is one of the most prominent of 11 burial mounds in the area.
You can experience the area on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. There are a number of parking areas at Mols Bjerge, and you can drive your car directly into a car park at Trehøje.
Smutturen.dk is an inspiration guide with 50 unique nature experiences throughout the country. The tour should help to raise awareness and awaken interest in nature experiences and places that many of us do not already know. The tour was developed by Realdania in collaboration with VisitDenmark, Dansk Kyst- og Naturturisme and Naturstyrelsen.