More than 1000 kilometers marked trails on more than 150 different paths take you through the flat marsh area in the west and the fjord area with tunnel valleys and soft hills in the east.
The four longest trails – the Gendarm Path, the Oxen Way, the Marsh Trail and the Als Path.
The Gendarm Path runs from the Danish-German border near Padborg through Kollund, Gråsten, across Broagerland and Vemmingbund, past Dybbøl and further on to Sønderborg, Høruphav and Skovby on Als. Most of the way you walk along the coast through a changing landscape.
The “Camino Haderslev Headland” route has borrowed its name from the world-renowned Camino de Santiago de Compostela pilgrim route, and runs through Haderslev. In this case, however, it’s approx. 100-kms with the area’s nine churches making up points of reference.
The 65-km Alsstien follows the coast of Als through some of the island’s most beautiful countryside. The route starts at the dam to Kegnæs and leads you through rolling cornfields and bright yellow rape fields on one side of the path, with the blue waves of Little Belt on the other side.