Jægersborg Deer Park

With its ancient solitary oak trees, large plains roamed by herds of deer, views over the Sound, woodland and subglacial stream trenches, Jægersborg Dyrehave is a piece of primeval Danish countryside, which has been left practically untouched for 350 years. The trees are allowed to stand until they fall from old age, and when they do, they are left to nature’s own decomposition processes - unless they present a danger to the 7 million guests that visit Denmark’s national forest every year.