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Access Issue: Access between Djupadal and Valdemarsgrottan is prohibited from March 1st to July 15th.
Kullaberg is a nature reserve. Access to the north coast area between Djupadal and Valdemarsgrottan is prohibited from March 1st to July 15th due to bird protection. The bird sanctuary extends 200 meters inland and 50 meters into the sea. Use extra care accessing the Tom's Overhang/Litterman's Door area, also because of bird protection. Camping is prohibited at all times. There is a campground close to Mölle.
Kullaberg is a striking outcrop of rock on a peninsula about 40 km north of Helsingborg in Skåne (Scania) county in southern Sweden. The area is in a nature reserve offering several climbing areas, many on sea-cliffs. The rock, often excellent and sometimes crumbly, is primarily composed of 1.7 billion-year-old gneiss granite (high grade metamorphic) laced with streaks of reddish brown "kullaite". See kullabergsnatur.se/En/Pages… for an overview.
Drive to Mölle (40 km north of Helsingborg), continue through town and into the Kullaberg nature reserve. Park in any designated lot for free. Or take a train to Helsingborg, bus to Mölle, and walk the last 2 km. Many approaches can be reached with a short walk from parking, although some require a longer hike to reach the bases of the sea-cliffs. In some cases a boat is helpful.