Denmark is known for its many cycling paths and Aalborg is no exception. There are cycling paths all over the city and it is very easy to get around. At the tourist information centre you can get a map of all the cycling paths in Aalborg.
Østerådalen North is a forest area in Aalborg, located 3 km from the conference venue. Signposted trails guide you through the forest area past streams, meadows and wetlands that, for the most part, can be reached by bicycle. There are a number of trails varying in distances. During summer there is a vibrant wild life and you may see for instance swans, water voles and grey herons. It is the perfect place for a run or a nice walk.
Less than 1 km from the congress venue, you find a green oasis in middle of the city park called Mølleparken, located right behind the art museum KUNSTEN. Here you will find a lighted running trail and an outdoor fitness area. From the top of the hill, you have a magnificent view of Aalborg, the Limfjord and the small island Egholm. You will also find an impressive sculpture by Israeli artist Rolf Roda Reilinger and a relaxing area with an unusual flora.