The Foundation will create public access to the landscape and connect important cultural- and natural points, so previously unutilized natural potentials can be experienced in varied gradients. Recreational use must always occur on nature’s premises.
KKFF has established several activities in order to fulfil the requirements of communication, access and research.
We offer guided tours that favour and ensure the best interests for both unique nature experiences and dissemination about nature, culture and landscape. Guided tours are offered to local residents and tourists in order to promote the foundation and to enlighten the public on the values of natural areas. Contact landscape architect Anna Falkentoft to hear more about our guided nature tours on foot or on horseback.
Local undergraduate school kids receive tours and teaching programmes on a regular basis inspired by the Danish program for Nature Schools (DA: naturskoler). In August 2019 five Chinese scholars from three universities in China visited KKFF.
↘ Water emerging on the field.
↘ Small newts appearing in the lake south of the Klondyke forest, 2020.