Denmark is a largely flat country with an average elevation of only 31 meters above sea level. It is characterized by rolling hills, flat plains, and sandy beaches.
The country is crisscrossed by several rivers and streams that provide a network of canals and waterways popular for recreational activities and trade.
There are no large mountains in Denmark, but there are several natural scenic areas such as the Mols Bjerge National Park and the Wadden Sea National Park that attract tourists from around the world.
Denmark also boasts a rich cultural heritage with numerous castles, churches, and museums that showcase the country's history and art.
The highest point in Denmark is Møllehøj, located in the Ejerbjerge hills in central Jutland. It stands at a modest 170.86 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Denmark is Lammefjord, a depression in western Zealand that lies 7 meters below sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Denmark and their elevation above sea level.