Sommer 2014 i Tibirke Bakker, Nordsjælland, Danmark – storslåede panoramaer på en klar solskinsdag.
Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen
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Tibirke Hills are one of the most beautiful areas in North Sealand. The hills are situated south-east and neighbor to Tisvilde Hegn, Kattegat Sea and north to Arresoe Lake.
Tisvilde Hills are formed under the last Danish Ice Age 12.-15.ooo B.C. Its an area of 87 Ha. and is a hilly country with 5 major hills:
“Udsigten” – view point 57 meter above see level and
a point north 55 meter and south and south east points 49, 48 and 30 meter. above sea level.
Map of Tibirke Hills and Tisvilde Hegn:
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Since 1100 A.C. Tibirke Hills has been used by the surrounding farms as grass fields to their animals.
Since 1700 sandstorm from Kattegat Sea covered Tibirke Hills and neighboring farmers with 1-2 meter of sand. The hills were cultivated with hjelme, marehalm and grass.
Neighboring 17 km2 area Tisvilde Hegn were since 1800 cultivated by forest to protect the area against sandstorm.
Tibirke Hills were since 1800 cultivated as a grass-growing area to animals from neighboring farms.
Tibirke Hills are a Nature Protected Area under Danish law “Naturbeskyttelsesloven” and EU-Habitat Natura 2000 nr. 135 (H119) to protect nature and its biodiversity.
In 1957 a Protection Danish Law ordered Tibirke Hills to be an open area with low growth of vegetation so the original landscape can be seen from all directions.
There are 47 summerhouses in Tibirke Hill with strict regulations of form, color and roof of the houses. Each plot of land is minimum 10.000 m2.
Map of North Sealand, Denmark:
From Baekkebrovej nr.38 there is an entrance to a public walk path that leads to the central area of Tibirke Hills and to hill point “UDSIGTEN” 57 meter above sea level.
Public walk path to central area of Tibirke Hills:
The Nature Preservation Law to Tibirke Hill order that the Tibirke Hills 87 Ha. area must be open hill-country with few tress with grass, heather, mulberry buches and juniper trees.
In april/may 2014 a lot of trees in Tibirke Hill area have been cut down to open up as hilly country.
Tibirke Hille, View in direction south-west to Arresoe Lake:
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Tibirke Hill. View in direction south-west to Arrsoe Lake:
Tibirke Hill. View from hill 49 meter above sea level in direction south to Holloese Bredning:
Tibirke Hills. Vue in direction west to Arresø:
Tibirke Hills. View from hill “Udsigten” 57 meter above sea level in direction south-west to Arrsø:
Tibirke Hills. View from hill “Udsigten”:
Tiberke Hill. View from hill “Udsigten”, 57 meter above sea level in direction south-east to Holløse Bredning:
Tibirke Hill. View from hill “Udsigten” 57 meter above sea level in direction south to Holløse Bredning:
View from hill “Udsigten”, 57 meter above sea level in direction west to Arresø Lake, Arrenakke Hills and Tisvilde Hegn:
Tibirke Hills. View from hill “Udsigten”, 57 meter above sea level in direction west to Arrsø Lake:
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Natura 2000 område nr. 135, Habitat H119: Tisvilde Hegn and Melby Overdrev, (Includes: Tisvilde Hegn, Melby Overdrev, Tibirke Bakker, Asserbo Plantage and Liseleje Plantage).
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Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen Copyright 2014
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Melby, North Sealand, Denmark 7. october 2014