Overnight in shelters
Around nature you can find shelters that are either on public or private land. In Denmark, there is 1 owner of a shelter and it can be either a municipality, the Danish Nature Agency or a private person.
All shelters located on the map below are publicly available, but some need a booking and others do not.
How do I know if a shelter should be booked?
This depends on who manages the shelter and the space for it.
- The Danish Nature Agency
- Shelters on campsites able to bookes.
- Shelter in primitive accommodation can not bookes.
- Depends on the individual space.
- However, most shelters need to be booked.
- Private shelters
- Depends on each individual owner
- Most, however, must be booked
If you click on a shelter on the map below, it will say whether you need to book or not.
Booking of shelters
You can find this at shelters:
- One or more open wooden cabins with roof.
- In some places there is also a campfire site.
- In some places there is a public toilet.
- Some shelters can be rotated 360 degrees to shield from the wind and provide the best views.
You must always have this with you:
- Sleeping gear (sleeping bag, pillows and warm clothes in cold months)
- Firewood (sometimes you can collect in nearby area)
- Food (always remember water, as it is often not a water item)