The Klintebjerg escarpment juts out into the Kattegat. Thirty-five metres at the highest point, the cliff is almost like a wall against the sea.
Breathtaking coastal view
A narrow footpath running along the edge of the cliff provides a breathtaking view of the Kattegat coast. On the stony beach below the cliffs you may be lucky to find fossils.
During the first half of the last century, the area was a gravel and chalk quarry.