The route follows public roads - most are surfaced but there are a few gravel sections as well.
It's a scenic route that offers nice riding on small roads, mostly surfaced but with a few gravel sections thrown into the mix, to give you a taste of The Eastern Islands.
In the south you will be visiting several island connected by bridges.
Just before you reach Sweden, you will pass through the centre of Copenhagen following an interesting route that offers you a good view of the Capital.
You can expect a route with a great degree of terrain variety, alternating between tarmac, gravel roads, compacted tracks, forest and grass lanes.
Occasionally you will encounter sand and more technical sections, especially in adverse weather. These might not be easy to foresee, so keep an eye out. Difficulty is always hard to grade, depending on too many factors to account for.
The track can be considered easy compared to many other TET countries, with some moderate sections, and a few more difficult ones. Pick your challenges.
The unavoidable tarmac sections will offer you a welcome change of pace to stretch your legs and get on the throttle.
The track can definitely be ridden by bigger bikes. Knobby tires are recommended.
Denmark is a very densely populated country, so although you might feel at times that you are traveling through a sparsely populated area - especially when you leave the tarmac - remember that people always live nearby, and please keep the TET Code of Conduct in mind!
We invite you to stop often and take time to explore what the country has to offer. Pack a pair of hiking boots, there’s more to the country than what you can ride - and don't forget to bring your swimming gear.