In the northern part of Jutland - 30 km (20 miles) to the south east of Aalborg lies Lille Vildmose a raised bog of about 76 km2 (50 square miles).
In Lille Vildmose you will find a variety of animals such as moose, deer, foxes and a lot of interesting birds - i.e. eagles, cranes, geese, hawks and swans. Also the flora of the bog is very interesting.
The area used to be a production area where peat was dug. Now the area is protected, but you are free to go around in the area by car, or riding your own bike - you may even walk. In the area you will find towers for watching and wooden paths to enter the wet peatland. Do not walk into the peatland - it is wet and very deep (up til 90 % is water).
In order to find your way round you might visit Lille Vildmose Center - read more right here.