For anyone who was unaware that Denmark is home to some pretty spectacular, 120+ m sheer cliff faces, we give you Møns Klint. These picturesque, chalk-white bluffs stretch for 7 km along the country's Baltic coastline, constituting one of the most awe-inspiring natural spectacles you're likely to find in an otherwise flat stretch of Northern Europe. Needless to say, they've become something of a magnet over the years for both travelers and local adventure seekers.
Hikers have plenty of options available for exploring the area, from cliff-side trails that wind in and out of beautiful forest above to a rocky beach that extends for miles in both directions below (bring good hiking shoes). If you have access to your own equipment, you'll find mountain biking paths and a calm coastline that's perfect for scenic sea kayaking; however, even if you come empty handed you'll likely be able to find a guide or a rental between the GeoCenter and the Møns Klint campground (both websites included). You might even catch some paragliding if the winds are right. And just in case anyone's wondering, it's worthwhile to note that this part of South Zealand is home to a peregrine falcon population, as well as marine-life fossil beds dating back millions of years (our apologies to any creationists out there).
Parking is available at the GeoCenter parking lot for a nominal fee, however you'll have to brave 900+ stairs (round-trip) getting down to and back up from the beach. If you'd rather just walk along the beach and watch the cliffs rise up beside you, look for the small lighthouse-beach parking lot about 2.5 km to the south.