Panorama route: On top of the world

The tree-topped white cliffs of Møn

Møns Klint kajak

3. On top of the world

The tree-topped white cliffs of the Baltic Sea island of Møn, called Møns Klint, is one of Denmark’s most scenic destinations. The 18 km cycling route, which winds through woodland and across rolling hills close to the drama of the cliffs, is perfectly suited for mountain biking. The route also passes the Geocenter Møns Klint visitor’s centre, which recounts the amazing natural history of the island with hands on interactive exhibits – great for kids. The starting point is the Møns Klint Resort, which was rated among Europe’s top-five camping sites for children by the Dutch ANWB Camping Association in 2011. The resort features a whole range of activities from horse riding to kayaking and is a great destination for family adventure and pedal powered discovery.

Where: Møn (Lolland-Falster archipelago, part of the Berlin-Copenhagen Route)
Distance: 18 km

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Accommodation: Møns Klint ResortCamping Møns KlintDanhostel Møns Klint

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The Panorama initiative

Powered by Cycling: Panorama is a new initiative that makes it easier for holidaymakers in Denmark to experience some of the best the nation has to offer. The Panorama initiative offers 26 new looped cycling routes that branch out from two of Denmark’s most scenic national cycling route - the West Coast Route and the Berlin-Copenhagen Route. The short routes have been upgraded with new cycling infrastructure and an international hospitality quality labelling system - Bike+Bed. Many of these routes offer a unique chance to explore nature, heritage and family attractions in Denmark by pedal power.

New route signage

Bike+Bed quality labelling of bicycle friendly accommodation.
80 hostels, camping grounds, B&Bs and hotels are set to join the scheme in 2014.

Easy-to-book package tours via West Coast route's website and Berlin-Copenhagen's website!

Facts and figures

Denmark has more than 12,000 km of designated bicycle routes. And with cycle-friendly cities and 11 national cycle routes, Denmark is a great destination for cycling holidays.

78% of travellers cite nature as their main reason for visiting Denmark.

29% of all tourists visiting Denmark hop on a bike.

95% of travellers who cycle in Denmark prefer short cycling trips – also to discover historic attractions and local gastronomy.

31% of travellers who cycle in Denmark also visit family attractions, such as theme parks and zoos.  

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