The rolling Mols Bjerge presents a unique landscape shaped by the Ice Age thousands of years ago. Today, the scenery is filled with steep hills and paths, which all vary in size and complexity. The paths are good fun for hikers of all ages, who love to explore nature.
This guide is particularly for those who want to embark on the 7 km route, which is very well-suited for families with children who do not need prams or pushchairs. Along the way, you will see fantastic views that are sure to take your breath away.
You might also spot a rare species of butterfly, as 80 percent of butterfly species found in Denmark are also found here, where their habitats have been preserved. Mols Bjerge is part of The Canon of Danish Art and Culture, and every path is clearly marked up for you to easily find your way. Route maps are available in printed versions or for download on your phone.
The hiking route is based on the original ”mountain stage”, which is 20 km long. By taking two easy short cuts, the route is reduced to only 7 kilometres. The short cuts have been described in detail below so that you have the necessary information for you to find your way.
Along the way, you generally have to follow the square, green signs leading the way to Mols Bjerge Stien, but watch out for the two locations at which you need to take a short cut.
Rather than taking either of the two short cuts, you can follow the green signs all the way. Put together, the total route marked up by the signs make up the mountain stage stretching a total of 20 km. You can also head out on the full mountain stage starting from the parking space across the street from Femmøller Efterskole – Molsvej 137, 8400 Ebeltoft.