Stevns Klint is on the UNESCO World Heritage list because a dramatic chapter of Earth’s history hides in the cliff.
A thin layer of fish clay tells the story about how the dinosaurs went extinct and half of all Earth’s species were wiped out 66 million years ago when an asteroid hit Earth.
But the beautiful nature of the Stevns Klints also contain a host of other stories and experiences.
Walk along the cliff on a 20 kilometre pathway that connects the highlights of the cliff.
Learn more about the dramatic landscape and history of Stevns Klint here.
Stevns Klint is a living piece of nature. Landslides and cliff falls kan occur all year round.
It may be unsafe both along the edge of the cliff and on the beaches below.
It is allowed to gather fossils all along the Stevns Klint. Just observe some simple rules to make sure that the cliff will remain a beautiful and welcoming place for future generations.
It is not permitted to chisel in the cliff itself, but you can find plenty of broken off blocks of limestone on the beach.
Don’t fiddle with the fish clay – it should be preserved for future visitors to see.
The cliff at Højerup is especially vulnerable, so no using hammer and chisel. But feel free to collect whatever lies on the beach.
If you think you found something special or rare, contact the museum and have an expert take a look.
On our guided tour you will get a tale of a cliff with a dramatic history.
A guided tour is 500 DKK plus 50 DKK for each participant.
Write us at email@example.com or phone +45 56 50 28 06 (weekdays 9am-2pm) to book.
From Køge Station, take the local train towards Rødvig. Get off either at Store Heddinge Station and take the bus to Højerup (se the journey planner Rejseplanen for details) or take the train to Rødvig and rent a bike.
Drive directly to the cliff along picturesque country roads.
10am-4.30pm: 40 DKK / 4.30pm-10am: 20 DKK
1 November–Easter: 20 DKK all day.
The address is:
Højerup Bygade 39
4660 Store Heddinge