This is how Vejle River Valley was created
During the last ice age huge ice caps were formed on top of the mountains in Norway and Sweden. They stretched all the way down to Denmark and Vejle River Valley. As the ice caps mowed forward with great force, they created hills and peaks. When the ice finally melted, the meltwater ran west flushing deep into the valley floor. The water extended Vejle River Valley, which today is known as a tunnel valley or a U-shaped valley. The ice brought with it clay, sand, gravel and rocks from Norway, Sweden and the Baltic area. There are clear evidence of the powerful ice all over Vejle River Valley and Fjord.
Watch animated films about the birth of Vejle River Valley here.
This is how the ice age created today’s landscape