Stråsø Plantage is part of the new nature list over 15 of the most beautiful spots in Denmark.
Together with Vind Hede, Stråsø Plantage is one of Denmark's largest cohesive heathlands. Råsted Lilleå runs the genetic area. Here the beavers bite and waddle themselves. The oak woods hide mushrooms linke kantareller and karljohan, blueberries and cranberries. In the area you can also experience otters, ravens, various small birds and plants, some of them are rare rarities like spring cricket and goats.
Here there is room for nature to unfold. Here you still get an impression of the vast expanses, which are a rare sight in Denmark.
160 years ago, Hans Christian Andersen viewed the landscape from the top of Lærkehøj before he wrote the song 'Jutland Between two Seas'.
There is a child-friendly bathing lake at Skelvej in the northwest corner of the plantation.
In the upper part of Lilleåen it is possible to angle. Anyone with a valid anling licencet can purchase day passes for the area. In Lilleåen there are buckwheat, stable, salmon and eel.
A marked MTB track has been made in hilly terrain southeast of Sdr. Vosborg Hede.
The folder "Stråsø Plantage" No. 41 in the Nature Agency's leaflets is available at the tourist offices.