Græm Cliff

Græm Klint is a 600 m long cliff on the west coast of Jutland, which shows clear traces of the ice age.

The cliff is often visible in connection with storms and high water levels. Moraine is always visible.

Græm Klint is close to Græm Strand, Husby Klitplantage and Nissum Fjord Nature Park.

You can read more about the geology of the West Jutland nature on the Geopark West Jutland website.

Græm Klint, a 600 m long cliff on the west coast of Jutland, shows clear traces of the ice age.

The cliff will often be devoid of storms and high water levels, and the moraine is always visible.

Græm Klint you will find close to Græm Strand, Husby Klitplantage and Nissum Fjord Nature Park.

You can read more about the geology of the West Jutland nature on the Geopark West Jutland website.