The elevated area of Høje Møn is not as well known as its side, the Møns Klint cliffs. Nevertheless, Høje Møn is just as impressive a sight. The area behind the cliffs offers breathtaking experiences and unique lookout points, such as Aborrebjerg (described above). Plant life on Høje Møn is exceptional, where rare plants like Austrian flax, sainfoin and yellow reseda can be found, but the wildlife is just as unique. The Eurasian hobby and the raven breed here, while the red kite, cranes and buzzards also live in the area. Høje Møn is the only place in Denmark that is home to the large blue butterfly, so it’s a rare and impressive sight to see the beautiful insect. Larger animals such as adders, deer and hares also live in the rugged nature, which makes Høje Møn a fascinating natural experience.