The King’s Route on The White Cliffs of Møn "Camønoen", is regarded as a very friendly hiking route, Which on it’s 175 km long route around Møn, Bogø and Nyord boasts both beautiful forests, lovely coastline, hilly farmland and small local communities. The hike can of course be shortened as needed, or made with public transport some of the way. Read more about Camønoen
The “Stomping Trail” in Stevns
The Stomping Trail on Stevns runs approximately 20 km along the coast from Bøgeskov in the north to Rødvig in the south. On the tour you can – in addition to fantastic views of the Baltic Sea – experience The White Cliffs of Stevns, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage, the cosy Bøgeskov harbour, Holtug chalk quarry, Mandehoveds Nature Centre, Stevns lighthouse, the cold war museum Stevnsfortet and not least the vibrant summer town Rødvig. During the summer months, you can hop on a free bus that runs along the coastline, allowing you to combine walking and driving.
The small peninsula Feddet by Præstø Fjord offers several hiking routes in the area's stunning nature.
A very popular route, which runs along the entire coastline of Zealand, including South Zealand and Møn. At the route's website you can find maps showing accommodations, events, transportation, food, shopping and much more!
Both Vordingborg, Præstø and Stege offer city walks providing a view of the history of the towns.
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Online hiking guides
- Outdoor Guide: A digital online guide to a wide range of hiking trails. Also provides information on experiences, accommodation, transportation, food and shopping along the routes.
- ViewRanger: Is an online map of hiking trails all around the world. The map contain 80 different hiking routes in South Zealand and Møn.
- Wandermap: A digital map containing a number of official hiking trails, both local and regional. Provides a very good overview!