For an overview of the facilities and various routes through the countryside (in Danish) go to udinaturen.dk
Access for the disabled
Most of the paths in the Dybbøl area are grass paths in hilly terrain. The paths are generally suitable for wheelchairs and prams. However, some of them are steep (more than 10%).
There is access to the Dybbøl Banke History Centre, Dybbøl Mill, Kongeskansen and Redoubt IV in the middle of the area along paved roads. Access is difficult for wheelchairs and prams inside the redoubts and in the open grassy areas.
Campfires and camping
There is a small primitive camping area with tables, benches and camp-fire site by Gendarmsti (the gendarm path) west of Redoubt I.
Dogs are welcome on Dybbøl Banke, but they must be on a leash because of the livestock and game in the area.
There are public toilet facilities at the large car park just opposite Dybbøl Mill.