Thy National Park in short
Northwest Jutland, along the coast from Hanstholm to Agger. North to south: 55 kilometres, east to west: 5 – 12 kilometres.
Type of nature:
Coast, dune, dune plantation, low nutrient wet hollows, lakes and coastal limestone cliffs from the stone age, dune heaths with a great number of conifers.
August 22, 2008 as Denmark's first national park.
244 square metres.
: Marked hiking and cycling trails, places for a bonfire, primitive overnight accommodation, some with shelters, forest playgrounds, bird watching and other lookout towers, marked mountain bike trails, horse riding trails, and fishing and bathing possibilities in the sea and lakes. The facilities are described and shown on maps in the Nature Agency´s hiking folders.
How to find Thy National Park
Route 181 from the south and ferry from Thyborøn to Agger Tange. Route 11 from Oddesund to Thisted has several slip roads towards the west to Nationalpark Thy. Route 26/571 from island Mors towards the west to Stenbjerg.
To Thisted and Hurup. From there various bus connections to the coastal villages.
To Thisted. Line 888 from Copenhagen and Århus to Thisted. X-bus from e.g. Ålborg, Vejle and Viborg. Local lines from Thisted to coastal villages and from Hurup to Agger.
From Ålborg or Karup airport.
Information for tourists
Thy Tourist Office, Thisted and Hurup, phone +45 97 92 19 00, www.VisitThy.dk
Summer offices in Hanstholm, Vorupør and Agger.
Maps in the Nature Agency´s hiking folders. North Sea Trail folder Agger – Bulbjerg
National Park Centre:
Thematic centre at Stenbjerg Landingplace, Address: Stenbjerg Kirkevej 120, 7752 Snedsted, opened April 1 – November 31, 13 – 17 h. Exhibition, information and hiking folders.