27-May-2016 -- The previous day I visited 55°N 12°E and spent the night in a cabin at a camping site in Køge.
Today I drove from Køge via highways to the town of Asserbro. My car navigation system led me through a residential area to a street named "Myretuevej". I was astonished that all the streets in this residential area were covered with gravel and not asphalted, which I would not expect in such a wealthy country like Denmark.
I pulled off on a grass bank where a footpath leads into the forest. The sign is labelled with the forest name "Brødemose Skov". From this point the direct distance to the CP is only 190 metres. Walking on the footpath, which crosses a forest way perpendicular, I took this way and few minutes later I reached the Confluence Point. Zeroing out the GPS receivers took a while, due to the canopy of the trees.
Amazingly right next to the point a kind of camp has been erected. I assume this was done by local children or by the Boy Scouts.
I remained some minutes in the forest until I returned to my car. Both visits to the Danish Confluence Points along 12°E were very easy and now I had the time to enjoy the rest of the sunny day and the beautiful Danish countryside.