Trorod is a suburban district in Rudersdal Municipality, positioned about 20 kilometres north of critical Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village has merged with the neighbouring groups of Vedbæk and Gammel Holte and now shape the southernmost part of the urban agglomeration of Horsholm. It is on the opposite aspects surrounded by means of open farmland and the forests Jægersborg Hegn, Kohave Forest and Trorod Forest. The call is recorded in 1370-80 as Thryrwth, which is derived from thry, antique Danish for the quantity 3, and -rod, which means "clearing within the forest".
In 1682 Trorod consisted of 7 farms and 3 homes without a ground. Today the neighbourhood mainly consists of single-family indifferent homes from the Nineteen Sixties. The commercial centre is Trorod Torv, a retail improvement from 1971. A few of the old farmhouses have been preserved in the location to the southwest of Trorod Torv. Trorod Forest and the Frydenlund property are positioned at the northeast facet of Trorod. Kohave Forest is a small wooded place positioned among Trorod and Gammel Holte. Jægersborg Hegn adjoins the Molleaen river, which separates it from Jægersborg Dyrehave to the south.