National cycling route 3 - Hærvejen
The route along the Hærvej runs all the way from Nr. Smede in the north to the border between Denmark and Germany in the south. The route passes through Vojens and Vedsted on its way through Haderslev Municipality. The entire route is 168 kilometres long and runs on both paved and gravel roads. The route passes by several attractions and offers a great scenic experience along the old roads.
National cycling route 5 - the Baltic Sea route
The route along the Baltic Sea runs all the way from Vejle in the north to Sønderborg in the South. The route passes through Fjelstrup, Haderslev, Marstrup and Hoptrup i Haderslev Municipality.
The entire route is 193 kilometres long and runs on both paved and gravel roads. Along the route you will find several tent areas, some of them with shelters, where you can stay overnight. The route also takes you past some of most popular attraction in Southern Jutland, including the area's third largest lake in Hoptrup.
Local cycling routes
Ribe - Gram
The route passes by Gram Palace and the Natural history and paleontology museum among other things. Therefore, there are plenty of possibilities waiting for both adults and children. The route is 25 kilometres long and runs entirely on paved roads.
Haderslev - Vojens Tunneldal (Subglacial area)
The route through the subglacial area is an opportunity to experience the beautiful scenery and interesting cultural history up close.
The route is 17 kilometres long and runs on both paved and gravel roads.
Haderslev - Hejls
The route passes by the bakery in Christiansfeld where you can buy the famous Honey Cookies.
The route is 28 kilometres long and most of it is on paved roads.
In Haderslev you can rent bikes at Danhostel, Erlevvej 34, 6100 Haderslev.
The youth hostel has several bikes that fit adults and children more than 10 years old.
Price: DKK 50,- for 24 hours
The small island Årø is ideal to explore on a bike. If you do not have your own bike with you, you can rent a bike at Brummers Gaard on the island.
If you want an adrenaline rush on your mountain bike there are plenty of opportunities for this in the Deer Park. On the larger paths in the park you can ride your bike and since some of the hills are quite steep they can be a challenge - even on a mountain bik. Read more about the Deer Park in the folder right here.