As I am working in Denmark all summer on a short term contract, I have been unable to get out into the hills as I would have liked, especially as Scotland is having one of its warmest summers in living memory. This year I had to pull out of the TGO challenge (hope to give it a go again next year) so my concept of outdoors fun has had to change to match circumstances.
Denmark does not possess any wilderness, nevertheless it does have an excellent cycling network and culture plus plenty of history worth seeing. So it was that on Sunday I took the Brompton down to Koge - which has Denmark's oldest house. I was out all day stopping off for the odd ice cream and Coffee and pastry as well as replenishing my water supplies in the 25C heat. I ended the day back in Copenhagen with a Beer in the picturesque Nyhavn
Copenhagen to Koge and Back - Photos
Nyhavn for a Beer after a long day
Woodhenge at Amager
Crossing the Bridge en route back to Copenhagen
Arrival at Koge