Impressive view of Horsens Fjord
The area leading down to Horsens Fjord is the hilliest area around Odder. In the forests at Sondrup/Uldrup Bakker, there are several high points overlooking the fjord. The highest of the Uldrup hills is Blakshøj which is 73 metres high. From here, there are excellent views of the fjord. At the top, you can see the islands in the fjord and the hills at Bjerrelide on the opposite side of the fjord.
A few kilometres to the west, you find the hills Trustrup Udsigtshøje, the highest point of which is 70 metres above sea level. Udkigshøjene are located in a more rural setting with views of rolling hills and the fjord. In the area, there are information boards, hiking trails and benches.
From Sondrup Beach you look straight across to the island of Alrø and, if you look right, you see the small uninhabited island of Vorsø. From the southern tip of Alrø, where the bicycle ferry puts in, you get a good view of one of Denmark's most beautiful fjords. Here, there is also ample opportunity to spot porpoises in the water.