BREAK-OFF EXPERIENCES

We will rappel from exciting destinations along the West Coast or in the woods.

 

We will find different and unique places that no one has rappelled from before.

 

Are you up for a challenge - an experience out of the ordinary - perhaps in the Australian way (front down)?

 

All instructors are certified. All equipment is new and checked by the instructor before each session. Everyone wears helmets.

West Coast Safari

Kim, 43 - family man

Land Rover Safari starts out in Løkken, or at another location along the west coast.

 

After a brief introduction to the nature experiences of the day, the trip goes northwards, where we will let us be “disturbed" by the things nature offers along the way. There will therefore be several natural stops where you will have the opportunity to go outside and experience, touch and smell.

 

The magnificent rugged nature that surrounds the West Coast offers, among other things, Lønstrup Klint, where the lighthouse, Rubjerg Knude Fyr, can still be seen more than 80 meters above sea level.

 

Here you can take a break and climb the huge amounts of sand dunes.

 

Nature is changing all the time - and this is certainly true of the West Coast; you will never see two trips that are the same.

 

So if you like to be spontaneous, be one with nature and get a lot of knowledge and information about the things you encounter on your way, then you should definitely consider a Land Rover Safari.

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Kajak

tour & surf

Trine, 21 - studerende

Land Rover Safari starts out in Løkken, or at another location along the west coast.

 

After a brief introduction to the nature experiences of the day, the trip goes northwards, where we will let us be “disturbed" by the things nature offers along the way. There will therefore be several natural stops where you will have the opportunity to go outside and experience, touch and smell.

 

The magnificent rugged nature that surrounds the West Coast offers, among other things, Lønstrup Klint, where the lighthouse, Rubjerg Knude Fyr, can still be seen more than 80 meters above sea level.

 

Here you can take a break and climb the huge amounts of sand dunes.

 

Nature is changing all the time - and this is certainly true of the West Coast; you will never see two trips that are the same.

 

So if you like to be spontaneous, be one with nature and get a lot of knowledge and information about the things you encounter on your way, then you should definitely consider a Land Rover Safari.

Walk The Coast

- Tranum klitplantage

Christina, 43 - naturguide 

It is one of North Jutland's really large nature areas, and contains natural gems that far few people know about. Large herds of crowned animals rule here - all year round. The very rare day butterfly: Hedepletwinge lives here, and over 75 different bird species have been observed here. The area consists of impassable bog, untouched dune heath and shallow lakes. The plantation varies from light-open pine areas to dark and dense spruce forests. It is not without reason that the area has been designated to be restored as a recreational wilderness.

And

... We have walked 5 km. in just under two hours. This is not a march with a nature walk. It is important to stay and have time to listen and observe - and talk. The small birds are busy. The air is full of insects. The woodpecker chops in its "workshop". It puzzles in the forest floor. We walk a little in silence. Then we reach the forest border. The wind feels fresher, cooler and the sea can now be heard 2 km. to the northwest. Up from the largest inland dune peak, we look out over one of Denmark's most untouched dunes. The pulse has become high from going up to the top, so we make stay. The backpacks are put in the sand. Again, I scout out the area and catch my breath. And there they go! The cranes have apparently chosen to be out by the dunes of the dunes today. Again I find the viewer and everyone gets to see the big birds. But there is more. At the edge of a group of pine trees lie three red deer. They are very difficult to see, but with common help, everyone also gets to see the big animals. The dune never disappoints.

And

After four hours of hiking, we arrive again at Rødhus Klit Camping. Here the fire is lit underneath
the lunch pot, which of course consists of local ingredients including chanterelles and venison. It is
not easy to find on the menu at even the finest restaurant. While we enjoy lunch in the shelter by
the pine trees, there is always a “narrator corner”. There is a lot of laughter and a Thy beer just tastes good
better out here with other nature walkers.
See you!

Address: Outnature - Sdr Strandvej 6e 9480 Løkken