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8. Nørskov - Hiking along Venø’s coastline

Nørskov is among the 1900-centurys six largest farms. Today the farm is one on the three active farms on Venø and is used for potato growing and lamb. The sheep and lamb grasses on the meadows and slopes on Venø.

Nørskov was original placed on the meadow below the current buildings until the North Sea’s breakthrough in 1825 at Thyborøn. This meant that the Limfjord was not so shallow and quite any more and more unpredictable.


This site is a part of the hiking route “Around Venø – hiking along Venø’s coastline”. You can read more about this hiking route via this link: Around Venø – hiking along Venø’s coastline