Køge River Path
Køge River Path is a 22 km cycling and walking path. The gravel path starts on Køge Ridge, following Køge River from Køge to Humleore and on to Borup Station.
Enjoy the view from the saddle along Køge Bay or take a tour on the 22 km Køge River Path (Køge Å-stien) to the scenic area of Dyndet or the idyllic lake Kimmerslev Sø. To the north is the sand bar Ølsemagle Revle, a Mekka for bird lovers.
Planning your cycling holiday, it is good to be able to draw up the lines of your tour. Check out naviki.org to make your own personal route und pick the sights you want to visit on the tour.
Should you prefer to draw the route "on paper", it is suggested to buy a cycling map. You can buy a map of South Sealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster or a map of entire Denmark. These detailed maps show all national and regional cycling routes. Furthermore you can get a map of the middle part of Sealand with cycling routes on.
Køge is set in lovely scenery. The countryside offers a large number of wonderful tour destinations that are easy to reach on bike. VisitKøge hands out a guide to Køge River Path (Køge Å-stien), a 22 km route along Køge River. The path starts on Køge Ås, a wooded ridge, to continue to the west to the scenic area of Dyndet.The guide consists of three maps and is available free of charge. It also includes information about the sights you pass on the tour.
In addition, you could buy a cycling guide including eight tours. All tours start from the Market Square in Køge, their lengths ranging from 6 km to 45 km, which makes them manageable for any cyclist. The tours go to the north, south and west of Køge. Information about the sights of the tours is given in Danish, English and German. The cycling guide is free and you can get it at VisitKøge.
Photo:Køge Sport Event
Every year, Køge is visited by all the people who take the cycling route Berlin-Copenhagen – a cycling journey between two European metropolises.