Wandering the Sjællandsleden.
The Sjællandsleden is a series of interconnected trails around the island of Zealand, the island on which Copenhagen is located. The trail mostly follows the southern and western coastline but occasionally detours into the hinterland. The scenery can be rewarding, and often you will find places where quiet contemplation is possible.
I was looking for a walk for three days and scoured the online maps of the Sjællandsleden to locate an area where most of the time I would be near the coast, be in the forest and have opportunities for stealth camping, having walked the sections from Rødvig to Fakse Ladeplads and Stevns Trampsti, thus I decided upon the section between Præstø and Vordingborg.
After an interesting time on public transport, with delayed trains, missed bus connections I finally arrived in Præstø, the beginning of the walk along St Antonius Stien which forms part of the Sjællandsleden.