"A stair of truly mythical proportions" (to quote Wikipedia, writing on Moria's Endless Stair), it will lead you through lush vegetation from the top of the chalk cliffs all the way down to the Baltic Sea, some 115 meters below. Once you have arrived at the seashore and looked around for a while, you will have to decide whether to climb all those stairs again or continue your walk along the coast.
We made an audio tour through the Museum of Natural History right on top of the chalk cliff Koenigsstuhl. Learned about the geologic period Cretaceous and the way the Baltic Sea got its present shape. We were quite amazed to find that the Baltic Sea is merely 10,000 years old. Before that time, it was a landlocked sweetwater lake.
Do not miss (actually you cannot ... but it's better to hilight this once more) the wonderful baltic view !!!!
Visit the town of Lohme, a great place to park your car and start your walking tour across the Hohenufer towards Stubbenkammer and Koenigsstuhl. This is a picture of Lohme's general store or Dorfladen.