The perfect picnic place

Tremosegård is a kettle hole with water at the bottom. It is a perfect spot for picnicking outdoors with shelter from the wind and weather. There is room for everyone and many picnic tables.

Farming was hard work

The outlying farm called Suder-hullet used to be here. The name was later changed to Tremosegård. The outlying farm was linked to nearby Toggerbo: a hamlet with small farms. Farming was hard work on these meagre soils. Around 1900, much of the land was sold off and planted with forest, and in around 1950, the farms were abandoned altogether. Mols Bjerge is known for its well-preserved ridge and furrow landscape. This landscape tells the story of the fields that until around 1800 were ploughed by wheel ploughs.