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Kullaberg

International > Europe > Sweden
Access Issue: Access between Djupadal and Valdemarsgrottan is prohibited from March 1st to July 15th. Details

Kullaberg

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.

Additional climbing information can be found here:
http://www.sverigeforaren.se/kullaberg/      (in Swedish)
http://rockclimbing.dk/wiki/index.php/Kullen       (in Danish)
https://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/crag.php?id=10684
https://27crags.com/crags/kullaberg
https://27crags.com/crags/asdfdfg

Getting There

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.

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Kullaberg, looking east. Lighthouse is near the western tip. Mölle is at center-right.
[Hide Photo] Kullaberg, looking east. Lighthouse is near the western tip. Mölle is at center-right.