Paradisbakkerne Bornholm

Paradisbakkerne Bornholm, Svaneke: Address, Paradisbakkerne Bornholm Reviews: 4.5/5

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Pernille DA
Malmö, Sweden55 contributions
Fantastic nature experience
Aug 2020
A visit to Paradisbakkerne is most! Not only did we enjoy the big Rocking Stone (“Rokkestenen”) – which worked (you just need to push it frequently a couple of times - it is not much but it rocks! :) – BUT this place has the perfect hiking tracks!

The beautiful landscapes are very variated with forests, rock formations, cliffs, lakes and open places which makes the hike really interesting! When I’m going to Bornholm again – this will be a must experience on my “to do” list – and I’ll bring a packed lunch and find a beautiful and quiet place to picnic (it will not be difficult to find a perfect spot :)
Written August 25, 2020
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else-marie j
Svaneke, Denmark48 contributions
Beautiful hiking
Oct 2018 • Solo
Beautiful walks, see rockformations, pick mushrooms... Not very crowded but with many different hikes.
Written October 4, 2018
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Krugg31
Nijmegen, The Netherlands882 contributions
A wonderful hike not to be missed
Jul 2018 • Couples
The hike we did (yellow marking from the Oksmyrevej parking) was wonderful. Every 10 minutes the landscape was totally different, and always beautiful. It was a fairly easy hike (there are no steep slopes), partly in the forest and partly on a heath. I enjoyed it much more than the more famous Ekkodalen. This remains one of my favourite hikes on Bornholm.
Written August 13, 2018
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Ugurd
Stockholm, Sweden6,706 contributions
An average wood
Jul 2018 • Couples
If you come from Sweden this is just a wood, nothing special about it. It did have a so called rocking stone, a large ice age thing that you might move pushing in the right way.
Written July 16, 2018
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twz
Raleigh, NC14 contributions
A very interesting hike
Aug 2017 • Friends
It was raining and we reluctantly started the walk from the bus stop near Arsdale. The rain stopped and we enjoyed the hike. We made the red and yellows loops. The ground was wet but it was not a problem. The views of rocky cliffs, boulders, clear lakes, old trees and acres of heathers made the hike a memorable experience. It was the second best hike on the island, just after the Hammeren coastal walk.
Written August 21, 2017
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Henrik T
Copenhagen, Denmark227 contributions
Great place for a rocky walk in the forrest
Jul 2017 • Family
Paradisbakkerne is my favorite forrest in Denmark. It has all you can expect of a forrest in this part of Scandinavia. A rocky landscape with rapidly changes in the charactwr of the landscape. Beautiful lakes, and overviews, butterflies, birds and reptiles abound, as do delicious mushrooms and blueberry in seasons. On top you can find small meat eating plants in some of the small lakes and marshes. You can also throw in a few ruins and the popular rocking stone. Check it out whenever you are ready for a nice long walk on Bornholm.
Written July 13, 2017
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frankolsendk
Birkerod, Denmark477 contributions
Great walk, superb nature experience
Jul 2016 • Family
You can access Rokkestenen/the rocking stone from several dirctions, i can recommend the one from Klinteby.
Take the red route, it's a 3 km that will take you past the Rokkesten and a picture perfect "mountain" lake (Grydesø).
And it IS super easy to get the stone to rock! Small pulses with pretty high frequency do the trick. My 13 year old dauther managed.
Note: the walking routes are NOT well marked. When in doubt, take the "main" path, ie the biggest
Written July 31, 2016
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Fredrik P
Malmö, Sweden45 contributions
Nice hike!
Jul 2016 • Couples
A nice hike in the Rain! We went here on a bad wether day so we had a bit of Rain and a bit of Sun. Very nice nature and a lot of up and down hills. We went on the blue path about 5km. it was not an easy hike but not to hard either. I would recomend anyone with bikes to leave them in the parkinglot and walk instead.
Written July 11, 2016
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Emma W
Malmö, Sweden76 contributions
A nice walk
Jul 2016 • Couples
It is a nice walk with beautiful nature. Took the blue trail that was 5 km and it was a relatively easy hike. I do not recommend going by bike since there are a lot of roots and boulders.
Written July 10, 2016
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MarianneAchiam
Copenhagen, Denmark46 contributions
Nice, not-too-strenuous walk
Jul 2016 • Couples
We did one of the shorter circuits in Paradisbakkerne, beginning and ending at the parking lot on Oksemyrevej 1. The paths are well marked and the forest is pleasant. There were a few gradients, but mostly, the paths were easy to stroll along. Kids will probably enjoy getting the 39-tonne 'Rokkestenen' to move.
Written July 9, 2016
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