With 170.1 meters above sea level, Ejer Baunehøj is the highest point in Denmark. This makes the Dutch Vaalserberg with 322 meters a small Kilimanjaro, and the Signal de Botrange in Belgium with its 694 meters a small Everest. Denmark might not be the most exciting hiking destination. No cabin routes, mountain climbing, or thrilling via ferratas, but still, there are endless views and plenty of hiking. Are you looking for a relaxing hiking vacation in Europe?
Although Denmark's landscape is flatter than that of most countries, there are no fewer than 185 official trails to choose from. On these beautiful trails, hikers can enjoy picturesque views, bright forests, and stunning cliffs. We have compiled a list of 7 stunning routes for a hiking vacation in Denmark. These hiking routes are not only worth it for their beauty but also highlight the history and culture of Denmark. Join us on a hike in Denmark and discover the best routes!