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Cycle Tour Bike weekend 2019

Travel report: (Fyn), Als og Sundeved

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Elevation profile Cycle Tour Bike weekend 2019

Added on 27 May 2019,

on 31 May 2019

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planned

ridden

Total distance in km

195

195

Cumulative elevation gain in m

1.811

1.691

Avg. slope uphill in %

0,93

0,87

Cumulative elevation loss in m

1.813

1.789

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Ottocolor

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cc0: Public Domain no Rights reserved

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by Ottocolor on 31 May 2019

Track points in total

2.816

2.430

Track points per km (avg)

12

12

Start/endpoint

Start location

Odense, Region of Southern Denmark, DK (12 m NHN)

End location

Odense, Region of Southern Denmark, DK (10 m NHN)

Character

The annual bikeweekend together with my brothers was planned by Michael in Holm on Northern Als, which is our home island. His home was the goal of our first stage. We met at Fynshav, where I had cycled and sailed. The second stage took place on Nothern Als and by way of a short ferry crossing of the Als fiord in Sundeved (Jutland) and again on Als, in the land of our childhood, Soenderborg and its suburbs of Ulkeboel and Spang and finally at Madeskov campsite. The common part of the bike weekend was closed by a trip across central Als to the initial point of Fynshav. Along the way Michael and I "climbed" Hoegebjerg (81 m.a.s.l.). Now remained only a ferry crossing to Funen and a wet bike tour to Odense and my home in the suburb of Naesby.

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Landscape

Metropolitan area on Funen followed by geest land with eskers like Sallinge esker and the quite hilly moraine landscape of Svanninge bakker. On Als and in Sundeved we cycled through coastal forests and more hills of glaical origin with views to fiords and the Als sound. The geographical climax was the hill of Hoegebjerg, near Fynshav, the highest point of the eastern Als ridge of hills. I took the same route across Funen, however with the hills "from the bottom" and therefore with steeper climbs. They're divided into three parts, which I call "the appetizer, the main dish and the dessert", as the climb in the middle is by far the worst. Altogether the terrain rises about 100 m over a distance of about 6 km from Millinge to Ny Stenderup.

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Stages

Picture stage 01

77 km

Næsby-Holm

Picture stage 02

47 km

Holm-Madeskov

Picture stage 03

71 km

Madeskov-Næsby

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131 km
0,2 km
20 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Tourist information

 

131 km
0,2 km
20 m

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Old town

Häuserzeile am Hafen/harbour street
Das Sonderburger Schloss/Soenderborg castle
Alsion mit der Süddänischen Universitet/Alsion with University of Southern Denmark
Die Mühle an den Düppeler Schanzen/he Mill near the Dybbøl Trenches, a Danish national memorial

Sønderborg (Danish pronunciation: [ˈsønɐˌb̥ɒːˀ] - (German:  ) is a Danish town of Region of Southern Denmark. It is the main town and the administrative seat of Sønderborg Municipality. The town has a population of 27,304 (1 January 2012),in a municipality of 76,793.

The town of Sønderborg is home to Sønderborg Castle (Sønderborg Slot), the Royal Danish Army's Sergeant School and Sandbjerg Estate (Sandbjerg GodsSundeved) near Sønderborg. Sønderborg castle is in the centre of the town, and houses a museum focusing on the history and culture of the area. The museum is open all year. Sandbjerg Estate, which had belonged for many years to the Dukes of Sønderborg, and then to the Reventlow family, was donated toAarhus University in 1954. In addition Sønderborg has a castle-like barracks built by the German military in 1906, placed centrally by Als Fjord, opposite Alsion (see picture below). Today the barracks is the home the Danish army NCO school.

The old part of Sønderborg is on the island of Als, but some of its western suburbs have spread onto the mainland of Jutland into what had been the interior of the fort of Dybbøl.

History

Prior to the Second Schleswig War of 1864, Sønderborg was situated in the Duchy of Schleswig, a Danish fief, so its history is properly included in the contentious history of Schleswig-Holstein. In the 1920 Schleswig Plebiscite that returned Northern Schleswig to Denmark, 43.8% of the city of Sønderborg's inhabitants voted for the cession to Denmark and 56.2% voted for remaining part of Germany.

The town of Sønderborg lies on both sides of Alssund; the narrow strait between these two sides is called Als Strait (Alssund). Two road bridges connect the city across the strait: the 682-meter Als Strait Bridge (Alssundbro), built in 1978-1981; and the 331-meter King Christian X's Bridge (Kong Christian Xs Bro), built in 1925-1930.

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Sønderborg. (2013, February 21). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15:37, April 15, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=S%C3%B8nderborg&oldid=539542484

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Hours of opening

Opening hours 02-01-2013 - 23-12-2013Monday- Friday10:00 - 17:00 02-01-2013 - 23-12-2013Saturday10:00 - 13:00 24-06-2013 - 11-08-2013Saturday10:00- 14:00

 

134 km
0,2 km
21 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Youth hostel

 

142 km
0,0 km
9 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Camping

 

177 km
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0 m

Færgen Bøjden-Fynshav
DK-5600 Faaborg

 

Ferry pier

Fynshav færgehavn

Hours of opening

Afgangstider mandag-lørdag Bøjden-Fynshav:
Afgang hver hele ulige time fra kl. 05.00 til kl. 19.00, altså kl. 05.00, kl. 07.00, kl. 09.00, o.s.v. (januar 2013 - maj 2013)
Afgang hver hele time fra kl. 09.00 til kl. 17.00, altså kl. 09.00, kl. 10.00, kl. 11.00, o.s.v. Desuden afgang fra Bøjden kl. 05.00, kl. 07.00, kl. 19.00 og kl. 21.00 (1. juni 2013 - 31. august 2013)
Afgang hver hele ulige time fra kl. 05.00 til kl. 19.00, altså kl. 05.00, kl. 07.00, o.s.v. (september 2013 - december 2013)

Afgangstider søn- og helligdage Bøjden-Fynshav:
Afgang hver hele ulige time fra kl. 07.00 til kl. 21.00, altså kl. 07.00, kl. 09.00, kl. 11.00, o.s.v. (januar 2013 - maj 2013)
Afgang hver hele time fra kl. 09.00 til kl. 17.00, altså kl. 09.00, kl. 10.00, kl. 11.00, o.s.v. Desuden afgang fra Bøjden kl. 07.00, kl. 19.00 og kl. 21.00 (1. juni 2013 - 31. august 2013)
Afgang hver hele ulige time fra kl. 07.00 til kl. 21.00, altså kl. 07.00, kl. 09.00, o.s.v. (september 2013 - december 2013)
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AlsFærgen: Bøjden - Fynshav
Sejltid: 50 minutter
Mødetid: Senest 15 minutter før afgang

 

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