Skarrild Moor.

Skarrild moor has just like all other moors in Denmark started as a fresh water lake right after the Ice Age.
Gradually the moor has started to become choked with aquatic plants. Our predecessors in the Stone Age (3.400 – 2.800 B. C.) have found a good place to live at the moor with its possibilities for fishing. Remains after a settlement have been found right east of the moor. Peat cutting has later made the water visible again. Today you will see the birds of the field and the wood together with web-footed birds: grebes, ducks and coots in the moor lake. At the bank there is a lovely place to have a rest on your trip.