Thy National Park stretches along the coast of Northwest Jutland, covering 244 square kilometres of scenic landscapes filled with unspoilt dunes, heath and small lakes, where the power of nature has formed some of Denmark’s most impressive wilderness. Home to red deers, cranes and otters, Thy has a lot to offer – and there is no better way to explore it than by bike. “Bicycling is a fantastic way of getting around, allowing you to put all your senses to good use. You can smell the flowers, hear the bird song, feel the wind on your face. Sometimes you can even jump off the bike and wander off to take a closer look at the things catching your interests,” explains Else Østergaard Andersen, Head of Thy National Park.