Nationalpark Mols Bjerge
This area contains the majority of Denmark's plant and
animal species gathered in a unique ice age landscape of 180
km2, which stretches from the Kattegat coast in the east to
the Kalø forests in the west, from the meandering inlets in
over the grand moraine landscape of Mols Bjerge to the outwash plains created during the ice age in the north.
The national park has been named after the area's most well-known nature area, Mols Bjerge, and also contains large forest areas, hilly grass landscapes, lakes as well as coast and ocean areas. The national park also includes the historical royal borough Ebeltoft and the ruins of the medieval castle Kalø, which is celebrating its 700th anniversary in 2013.
The national park rises from the ocean bed to a height of
137 metres, where you can enjoy nature with that special
someone all year round with breathtaking views of the
landscape and hiking in the fresh air. At the water's edge,
coasts of the area can offer bathing, angling, sailing and plenty of family-friendly fun and games. If you take out your bicycle or lace up your hiking boots, amazing experiences await you in the hilly ice age landscape created throughout millenniums. During the summer, the national park arranges free guided tours, mans mediation stations and hands out free folders with suggestions for trips. With the national park's smartphone application, you can go exploring on your own and experience beautiful exhibitions about the nature and cultural history of
the area at the visitor's centres Øvre Strandkær in Mols Bjerge and Karlsladen at Kalø Manor.
See film clips and the activity calendar of the national park onwww.nationalparkmolsbjerge.dk