Gyldenløves Høj is the highest point on Sjælland, 125.5 m above mean sea level.
It is located in the Bidstrup forests in the parish of Jystrup between Ringsted og Hvalsø.
Gyldenløves Høj is named after Ulrik Gyldenløve, half-brother of Christian V and owner of the nearby Skjoldenæsholm. In the late 17th century he raised an artificial hill on the original hilltop. Without this Gyldenløves Høj would be only 121.3 m above mean sea level placing it below Kobanke at Rønnede.
During World War II the allies airdropped weapons for the resistance movement at the hill.
The hill is surrounded by trees obscuring the view and the fact that the hill is the highest point on Sjælland. During winter there is a bit of a view to the West.
There is a Triangulation station marked GS (Generalstaben) at the foot of the artificial part of the hill.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Gyldenløveshøj is
# 8 out of 188 in Region Zealand # 37 out of 1243 in Denmark
By prominence Gyldenløveshøj is
# 2 out of 188 in Region Zealand # 6 out of 1243 in Denmark
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