This big boulder of Gubbestenen
found way out on a field near Klovby.
Like so many of the other huge boulders,
the prehistoric Danes appreciated them.
This one has, like many others,
indentations, made in the Bronzeage.
Allegedly, butter was placed in them in
the early spring, and when it melted,
summer was here.
Kelleklintevej 45, 4490 Jerslev Sj and
then 400 metres over the field.
GPS: 55.633089, 11.234579
Size: 2 metres
high, 2 metres wide and 3,9 meters
long. The circumference is 11 metres.
Meaning of the
name: Rock of small indentations.
They were made in ancient time.
Legend: It is
said the ancestral Danes had a
death-cult, worshiped it or navigated by
it. Another story is that a witch or
troll throw it at either Saltofte Vænge
or Ubby church, and the scratches still
are visible on the stone.