Welcome to the Danish National Park Mols Bjerge.
Here, hikers can enjoy a meandering glacial landscape lined with chalky white beaches, spectacular historical monuments, varying scenery and market town settings.
Red kite hovers elegantly over you. Wild horses graze in the Danish mountains with the great biodiversity of the sunny grasslands.
Enormous Bronze Age burial mounds are towering in the countryside, and from the top you look down on a myriad of blue bays.
You pass the Danish medieval national icon, Kalø Castle ruin, a beautiful manor landscapes, miles of coastline and the seaport town of Ebeltoft with topped cobblestones, half-timbered houses and hollyhocks.
The Mols Bjerge trail shows the Danish National Park, Mols Bjerge, from its most charming side.
The magic is with you all the time as you hike through the Mols Bjerge National Park. The Mols Bjerge trail is 80 kilometers of hiking in the national park with great variation in landscape and nature. All the stages offer hiking experiences of high quality with major natural and cultural historical attractions along the way.
Plan your trip
We recommend that you plan your trip before you leave home.
You can find information on how to explore the national park on your own, read about accommodation options, find our maps to your trip and much more.
Experience the National Park
Mols Bjerge National Park is an area with both nature, culture and an active community with towns and villages, protected area and farmland, and vast areas for outdoor activities.
The volunteers' favorite places in the National Park
There are about 80 active volunteers in the National Park, and their indispensable contributions can be seen everywhere in the National Park.
The volunteers know the National Park inside out: Here are their favorite places
Development and Cooperation
Mols Bjerge National Park Foundation cooperates actively with the landowners of the area, the organisations and companies whenever possible in order to develop the area.