6. On two wheels
Strap on a helmet and explore the forest at the top of the cliffs, on the two mountain bike trails that zig-zag a scenic route across the terrain. And for the more upright cyclist, there are many biking possibilities for you to get to know the area, including the Baltic Sea Cycle Route (N8), that has its highest point in the 820km-long route right at the top of Mons Klint.
7. In all four seasons
Look how pretty Mons Klint looks all dressed up in seasonal colours! An added bonus of exploring the area in either spring, autumn or winter, is that you might even bump into Sascha and her family or the other savvy locals, who understand exactly what Møn can offer the soul outside of the summer season. Just be aware that some tours and places to stay might not be open, so check before you come!