Very few places in the world will offer both a walk through the forest and almost immediately on the beach, offering both tranquility and beautiful scenery. the walk way to the beach and in the forest are well constructed and easy to walk along.
Truly fantastic place for a hike and scenic photography, but it gets pretty crowded closer to lunch. So get a bit earlier, and make sure you have a hiking route prepared as you'll find very quite places a short hike away from the center. I'd advise to bring own food so you can enjoy own freshly brewed coffee while looking... 更多
As mentioned there are many steps(447 each way-total of 994, if I recall) to get down to the beach but it is well worth it if you are able. There are several benches along the way to help any who need a break coming back up. If you have asthma, do bring your inhalers! We passed on the Mons Klint... 更多
There are so many paths around the cliffs and lots of oppurtunities for exploring along the beach, not to mention looking for fossils. There are plenty of steps to get down to the beach but it is well worth the walk, and also find the time to walk along some of the other boardwalks as there are so many beautiful... 更多
Møns Klint is beautiful and different nature in Denmark, and a must see for everyone. You can use a whole day here, but for minimum you can do the smallest walk in two hours, where you walk on the top of the cliffs in the forrest and walk down the many stairs to walk on the beach.
We were staying in Marielyst at a summer house and a visit to the island of Mon, was just a short drive away. There is much to see along the way, from the beautiful, old churches of Falster and Mon, to the wonderful, rolling green hills of the countryside. This was a very profitable excursion! We arrived at Mons Klint... 更多
The site can be reached by wooden steps (a lot of them, needs to be taken slowly especially when you come back..., but absolutely worthy!) through trees, while going you can start to see the sea from far, then when you approach you realize how high are the cliffs. You can take a nice walk along the beach (there is... 更多
An 1.5 hour drive from Copenhagen, thick wood all the way to impressive cliffs. You can either walk on the balcony - also for the disabled - or go down the steps to the beach, walk along it and climb back (about tow hours). At the geological centre there's a map. You only have to pay for the parking. The... 更多