With a view of Mariager Fjord, Bramslev Bakker is one of the most beautiful areas in Hobro. There are several marked hiking trails and exciting activities nearby.
Bramslev Bakker is a 300 hectares preserved area right by Mariager Fjord, with access through marked trails.
The view from the parking place at Bramslev Bakker is one of the most spectacular sights in Nothern Jutland. The steep slopes are an abrupt distinction from the more level and higher placed agricultural area which surrounds the fjord.
The fjord is a so-called tunnel valley, whose formation was finally completed by colossal meltwater streams under the ice 20,000 years ago. However, studies suggest that a valley existed here already in the Tertiary period over 1 million years ago, and that this valley was deepened by the advancing ice.
In 2017 a new path was established - the Panoramaroute - a certified route, awarded for it's spectacular nature (among other things). Along the route, you'll find Bramslev Bakker Camping and Hotel BramslevGaard if you are in need for a refreshment.
Below Bramslev Bakker is a lovely beach, awarded the White Flag. Here, bathing is possible from the water's edge and the bathing bridge. The White Flag is a replacement for the Blue Flag and is still a sign of a good bathing spot with clean water - it also means that dogs are welcome.
During the summer, Bramslev Bakker is also where the paddle steamer, Svanen moors, before a trip round Mariager Fjord.