The National Park is called "Mols Bjerge" in Danish, which literally means Mols Mountains. And though the highest point, Agri Bavnehøj, is merely 137 meters above sea level, the area is among the most hilly in Denmark. The national park covers both moors, forests, and meadows, but also coastal areas and villages. There are several historical sights, like Kalø Castle Ruin and Ørnbjerg Water Mill, and barrows and burial mounds from the Bronze Age can be seen throughout the landscape. More than half of all wild Danish plant species can also be found here. Hiking at Mols Mountains is some of the best in Denmark, with many various trails traversing the hills. The most famous trail is the 60 km long "Mols Bjerge sti", which is enlisted among the "Leading Quality Trails - Best of Europe". The trail has 3 sections of 20 km each; the "Bjerg-etapen" (the mountain section), "Kalø-etapen" and "Ebeltoft-etapen". But there is a trail for everyone.