Overview Sections

For updated information about the trail condition depending on weather and season please use the contact form and we will try to give you our best advice. During the off-season, November – March, the service condition and accessibility can vary. Helsingborg – Höganäs 22 km – Easy Accommodation in Helsingborg, Domsten, Viken, Lerberget and Höganäs Höganäs – Mölle 12 km – Easy Accommodation in Höganäs, Strandbaden, Nyhamnsläge Mölle – Kullaberg 5 km – Moderate Accommodation in Mölle and Kullaberg Kullaberg – Arild 12 km – Moderate Accommodation on the hill Kullaberg and in Arild Arild – Jonstorp 10 km – Easy Accommodation in Arild, Bökebäck, Jonstorp Jonstorp – Utvälinge 11 km – Easy Accommodation in Jonstorp and Norra Häljaröd Shelters with water, resting place and toilets are located in Domsten, Strandbaden/Örestrand, Josefinelust (northern side of Kullaberg), Skäret, and between Jonstorp and Farhult (Svarteland).


Find maps here: Kullaleden SL  1-6

There will also be maps for each section detailing accommodation and places to eat. These are currently under construction.


From Mölle to Kullen Lighthouse and back to Arild: Undulating terrain, steep sections on nature trails exist. Moderate to hard (northern side) (+) Other: Easy-varied terrain with only minor height differences, more than 50% of the stretch runs on nature trails. In the city, there will be stairs. (-)


Kullaleden is section 1-6 of Skåneleden trail no. SL 5 in total 72 kilometres around the Kullahalvön peninsula from Helsingborg city centre via Kullaberg Lighthouse to Utvälinge. Kullaleden offers a great variety of experiences along the way. Here you find everything including the medieval city centre of Helsingborg, beautiful views over the straits from the plateau heights, the well-known Sofiero Palace, Kulla-Gunnarstorp and Krapperup Estates, beaches and picturesque seaside villages, and Kullaberg’s dramatic cliff formations. Kullaleden is certified according to the European Ramblers’ Association’s (ERA) criteria for being a Leading Quality Trail. This entails a quality assurance of the trail’s physical standard as well as the experiences and services along the trail. The certification is renewed every three years. There are signs in all the village harbours with information about the local sights as well as a detailed map.

Skåneleden SL 1 – SL 5

Skåneleden is a hiking trail passing through the beautiful nature and culture of the county of Skåne. The trail is some 1,000 km long and is divided into five separate trails, SL1–SL5. Along the trail, there are simple overnight sites with wind shelter, water and toilets available. It is often possible to find other accommodation in connection to the trail, such as hotels, hostels and B&Bs. Skåneleden is marked with orange paint or orange signs. More information available at www.skaneleden.se. Nature reserves exist along large portions of the trail. Within these reserves, specific codes of conduct exist in order to protect their natural and recreational values – camping is for example prohibited. For more information, read the signs for each individual reserve.

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