Thre are several hiking trails in Denmark. The majority are all well sidned and have excellent accommodation choices along the way.
The best known trails are:
European Ramblers Association have two routes through Denmark
E1 – The Trail of Changes – From Nordkapp to Salerne, where you walk fron Grenå til Kruså in Denmark.
E6 – From Sweden to Slovenia, where you walk from Helsinore to Kruså in Denmark
European Ramblers Association have also selected a numer of hiking trails as Leading Quality Trails. Only the very best routes of unique quality regarding signs, routes, experiences along the way as accommodation possibilities can be selected.
In short hiking trails worth all the blisters!
In Denmark there are two Leading Quality Trails
Mols Bjerge Stien: 60 km, 3 stages from Kalø Slotsruin to Ebeltoft
Gendarmstien: 84 km, 5 stages from Padborg to Skovby
There are a wide selection of beautiful trails along stunning country- and seaside:
The Ancient Road: 500 + km -runs straight from the North to the South of Jutland
Coast to Coast: 130 km across Jutland from Blåvandshuk to Vejle
Marskstien: 54 km round trip – Tønder – Højer
Gendarmstien: 84 km along the old border between Denmark and Germany
Vestkyststien: 80 – 100 km Agger Tange – Bulbjerg
Trækstien: 70 km along the river Gudenåen – Silkeborg – Randers
Kongeåstien: 67 km along the river Kongeåen from Vamdrup to The Wadeen Sea
Århus-Silkeborg: 64 km through the Lake District in Middle Jutland
Alsstien: 62 km lalong the Eastern shorers of the Island of Als from Hardeshøj to Kegnæs
Hikes on Fyn
Nordkyststien: 100 km along the North Shores of Sealand – Sjællands Odde to Hundested
Camønoen: 175 km – A web of trails on the Islands of Møn, Bogø og Nyurt.
Skjoldungestien: 30 km through the National Park Skjoldungernes land
Furesøen Rundt: 21 km round the Furesø Lade
Mølleåstien: 40 km along the stream Mølleøen from Bure Lade to Skodsborg
Klintekongens Rige: 14 km round Møns Klint along the beach, and through woodlands.
Trails on Bornholm