A part of the world’s largest natural monuments from the last ice age
Mølen is a bit of a huge gravel bed that goes around the entirety of Scandinavia. It was formed in the edge of the ice sheet between 12,650 to 12,350 years ago. In Southeast Norway, the moraine is called "Raet". One of the attractions of Mølen is the unique graveyard. Each cairn, small and large, is secretive and mysterious because many puzzles remain to be solved for us to see the full picture of why they were built and what they contain.