The area in and around Lille Vildmose is absolutely amazing. Bring your family along and get close to the animals. Experience the Golden Eagle, wild boars and red deer with a guide or on your own. Feel free to bring a picnic basket. There are several places in Lille Vildmose where you can enjoy a packed lunch. You can also use the fire place and the grill spots located conveniently next to the Lille Vildmose Centre.
Experience the rocking bog and bird life up-close, hear about the carnivorous plant, Soldug, or see how the guide skins a deer. Yes, Lille Vildmose has a lot of interesting and exciting tours to offer. Walking through the bog, you will find that new and interesting influences come to you all the time. It will never be boring to follow the very enthusiastic guides on a trip. The guided tours are available from February until October, so bring your family along and enjoy a day or two in the Danish wilderness.
"Stjernepunkter i Lille Vildmose" provides you with a good overview of the entire area in Lille Vildmosen. This allows you to pick the experiences you are most interested in and go on your own. The family can drive around in a car or on bikes, stopping whenever they feel like it. You will find tables and benches in several places, where you can enjoy your food in the calm, beautiful nature. You can find the pamphlet, "Stjernepunkter i Lille Vildmose" at InfoCenter Hals, InfoCenter Lille Vildmose and InfoCenter Aalborg.
Years ago, Lille Vildmosen built a large nature playground. Here Children and childish souls can learn about the plant and animal life in the bog. Learn about spiders, bats, badgers and much more. In the book, "Lille Wildma fra Vildmosen" Leif Andersen and the nature guides have written 20 marvellous stories. You can buy the book in the store in Lille Vildmosecentret.
Some years ago, Lille Vildmose built a large nature playground. Here children and their parents can learn about the plant and animal life in the bog, learn about spiders, bats, badgers and much more. Lille Vildma (‘Little Wilma’, the troll of Lille Vildmose) will play along on Tuesdays.
The large hut with a bonfire invites interested guests to do primitive cooking. You can gather herbs for soups, stews and more along the coast. Make use of nature's own pantry and cook it on the fire. You can find the necessary equipment for the fire in the Lille Vildmose Centre. You will find three shelters, a faucet and a primitive toilet close to the bonfire hut. Although it is meant for students, holiday guests are also welcome to use the facilities. Feel free to reserve the hut.