When the wellspring was refurbished, coins dating back to the year 1400 were found.
The spring was previously the site of an annual springtime market, a tradition that however ended in 1891.
And in a local paddock you may be lucky enough to come across the lady’s slipper, an endangered orchid which blooms every year around Constitution Day (5 June).
Lille Blåkilde is one of the largest and most water-rich springs in the forest – a swampy headspring covering an area of 10-12 km.
By the western bank of the stream you find the headsprings of Gravlev Kilde and Egebæk Kilde, which have both been restored to an original state of meandering spring brooks. Further south you find Thingbæk Limestone Mine / Rebild Centret, limestone, springs and art.One of the best-preserved examples of a Danish fortified village where the farms are built around an open common used by grazing livestock.The area was protected by a seventeenth-century national code, , which stated that no one could build on the common.The castle belonged to the Holsten family in the 1400s.It was later confiscated by Queen Margrethe I, who tore it down and donated the property to the Abbey of Our Lady in Aalborg. Skørping has been a place of pilgrimage since the Middle Ages due to its sacred spring with presumed healing properties, Helligkorskilden.
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There is a lookout tower at Høje Odde with sweeping views across the area.And there is Urskoven (‘Primeval Woods’) where you will find a campfire site and where you can stay for the night in the open.There are plenty of them, colonies of 500-900, and they are counted every winter. Ravnkilde is to many the most beautiful of the natural springs in the woods of Rold Skov, and it is undoubtedly the most visited. The headspring and its stunted beech trees is located by the swampy foot of the hills.In the immediate vicinity you find the home of legendary poacher Lars Kjær.
Although he was a poacher, he got on very well with the local farmers in Rebild as well as the forest owners.
Streaming down to the river of Lindsborg Å, you can get unusually close to the headspring, allowing you to taste the water and fill your bottles for the rest of trip through the forest.
All the springs in Rold Skov are protected, which means that you are not allowed to wade into the water and collect plants or animals, etc.
Throughout the night and until dawn, the pole is guarded so neighbouring villagers aren’t tempted to steal it.
Previously, the residents of Rebild travelled this very road when attending church in Gl. Along the way, you can see the local charcoal-burner and if you are lucky enough you can see wood being burnt to charcoal, which is used for barbecues.