Drivvejen is part of a huge international network of paths that follow the coastline and the trade routes around the North Sea and is part of the 6,000-km long North Sea Trail. With the dykes facing out to the Wadden Sea on the horizon at Skærbæk, Drivvejen leads you through Southern Jutland. The route takes you through forests with traces of military constructions from the First World War and along historic routes through the bog of Kongens Mose and the forest of Draved Skov to Tønder. Long before you reach the town with its old houses, the spire of the church of Kristkirken and the water tower can be seen on the horizon. Drivvejen is well marked and there are fascinating round trips en route.