Fjällraven Classic Denmark

Passing castles, manors, mills and churches that time seems to have forgotten; through forests filled with life; over undulating farmland and with the coastline never far away, this 75km-trail is a mixture of nature’s and people’s best creations.

In 2014 the inaugural event had just a few hundred participants, mainly Danes. In 2019 this number was 1000 and counted trekkers from 37 different countries.

The trek follows part of Denmark’s South Funen Archipelago Trail, from Faldsled harbour to Bjørnemose (in 2022: Skårupøre). We take care of the logistics – food, transfers, checkpoints, support and even a few little treats along the way – but you’ll carry everything you need on your back. You’ll move at a pace that suits you, soak up plenty of ‘me time’ and even make new friends along the way.

South Funen Archipelago, Denmark
From July 5 to
July 8, 2023
4 days


Fjällraven Classic Denmark

South Funen Archipelago, Denmark


Fjällraven Classic Denmark


You have to sleep in a tent during Fjällräven Classic Denmark. But unlike Classic Sweden, you can’t camp wherever you want.

We have created three campsites, the first at Holstenshuus, the second at Egebjerg and the third and final one at the finish line at Skårupøre (note that the only camp with bath facilities is Skårupøre). But this is by no means a downside. In fact, it offers a better opportunity to get to know your fellow trekkers. Particularly as we now have a designated cooking area where everyone must cook their food. So it really feels like one big family.


Fjällräven Classic Denmark wouldn’t be possible without the support of our partners and suppliers.

  • Svendborg Event
  • Faaborg-Midtfyn kommune
  • Geopark – Det Sydfynske Øhav
  • Athletes Raw Bar
  • Growers Cup
  • Body247
  • Drytech
  • Egebjerg Mølle
  • Faldsled Havn
  • Faldsled Strand Camping
  • Bjørnemose Gods
  • Gorilla Park
  • Holstenshuus
  • Syltemae Camping

Environmental issues

Our main goal is to inspire and enable more people to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. So looking out for nature, preserving it and protecting it, is a given. We do this in many ways such as how and where we source our materials, how we produce our clothing and equipment and of course how we run our events.

Much of the waste during Fjällräven Classic Denmark can be recycled, so we can save the energy that would otherwise have been used to process natural materials into new products. This also saves the atmosphere of unnecessary emissions of CO2. Therefore, we encourage all our participants to sort their waste in the garbage cans that are available at all camps and checkpoints.

We also work hard to limit food waste. Therefore, we donate our surplus food from Fjällräven Classic Denmark to Fødevarebanken. They distributes the food to shelters and other socially exposed people.


Fjällraven Classic Denmark