This big boulder of Milestedsstenen
found in the large forest of Grib Skov,
well hidden under mosses and soil.
Grib Skov. Park at Pælehus; junction at
Kildeportvej 24/Pælevej. Follow the
gravel Pælevej around 130 m to
Milestedvej. After around 170m, a
crescent shaped embankment (around 12 m
in diameter, 1 m tall) if found to the
left. Cross it and walk around 100 m
into the forest, passing a pond. On the
hilltop, the boulder is found - hardly,
as it is quite overgrown.
GPS: Around 55.9779, 12.3346.
Size: ? metres
high, 1,8 metres wide and 3,4 meters
Meaning of the
name: Named after a nearby location.
"Mile-place-stone", could be an old
Danish mile from Copenhagen?
might be another of Kullemanden;
the troll who lives on Kulleberga in
Sweden, who hated the sound of church
bells. Many years ago he was so angry
that he broke all boulders of Kulleberga
and threw them at Nødebo Church to stop
bell sound. The first roll was too
short, and the stone struck close to the
place where now the forest school is
located. The next throw went west on the
church with killing at Lille Gribsø. The
third wing of the church and landed at
Egelund. Since the fourth throw did not
reach beyond the "Tumlingevang", he gave
endeavor, and the bell can still be
It make up the peak
of the low hill. It is in the centre of
the photo, taken 2017.