This big boulder of Skallerød
found deep within the large forest of
Grib Skov, around 300 metres from Lille
Gribsø, 30 meters from the trail.
Grib Skov, 300 m from the lake Lille
GPS: 55.980044, 12.316026
Size: 1,8 metres
high, 2,5 metres wide and 4,2 meters
long. The circumference at ground level
Meaning of the
name: Named after the village and
Red medium-grained granite.
has it that the stone turns, if it
smells like freshly baked bread or newly
churned butter. Apparently it is a
sacrificial stone, which you have
sacrificed butter and bread. Or that in
the old days, people put a knob of
butter on the stone. When the melted, it
showed you that it was the spring
How it got here: Kullemanden called the
troll who lives on Kullaberga in Sweden,
he hates the sound of church bells. Many
years ago he was so angry that he broke
all the boulders of Kullaberga and threw
them at Nødebo Church to stop the chime.
The first roll was too short. The next
roll passed west of the church with the
landed near Lille Gribsø - and that is
the Skallerød Smørstenen. The third wing
of the church and landed at Egelund.
Since the fourth throw did not reach
beyond the "Tumlingevang", he abandoned