The long fjord is rather narrow, and therefore the wind would have to be blowing extremely hard along the length of the fjord before getting out onto the water would prove too difficult. At the same time, the scenery lining most parts of the fjord is extremely attractive.
This fjord is wider than Haderslev Fjord, but it has a dog-leg, which means that you can almost always find shelter from the wind. The surrounding land boasts picturesque countryside and buildings. Gendarmstien, which is an attractive footpath, runs along its coast.
The stream is extensively lined by relatively high banks, thus ensuring good shelter from the wind. At the same time, there’s a wealth of flora and fauna within and along the stream which can be enjoyed en route.