The Kulla Way (Kullaleden)

€895 per person

The Kulla Way (Kullaleden) is a self-guided hiking tour that offers a bit of everything. Sandy beaches, pebbles, meadows, beautiful forests, nature reserves, charming fishing villages, and fantastic views over the Sound and Denmark. The starting point of the walking hill trail in Utvälinge is not far from Ängelholm. Throughout the 73 kilometers of the hike, you get to experience stunning sites and views. Along this independent walking trail, there are several attractions, including Lars Vilk’s artwork Nimis, built of driftwood. You also pass Kullen’s lighthouse, Sweden’s brightest and highest lighthouse. From there you walk to the historic seaside resort of Mölle. The hike ends in Helsingborg, the pearl of the strait. If you have time left, a few extra nights are recommended so that you can experience both what Helsingborg, and perhaps also what Helsingör has to offer.

  • Destination
  • Duration
    6 Days I Level: 3 (of 5)
  • What is included
    5 nights accommodation incl. breakfast; 1x dinner (Day 2) and 1x lunch pack (Day 3); Luggage transfers; Transfer Ängelholm - Utvälinge; Detailed roadbook and maps (1 set per group); GPS tracks; Emergency support
  • What is not included
    Drinks, other meals and transfers, personal expenses, public bus transportation, insurance
  • Best period
    May, June, July, August, September, October
Day 1: Arrival to Ängelholm
You arrive in Ängelholm during the day. Take the time to explore this charming little town and even visit the local railway museum.
Day 2: Ängelholm - Utvälinge - Arild (21km, 5,30-6hrs, +180m/-195m)
The day starts with a short transfer to Utvälinge and the start of Kullaleden. You walk through cozy small residential areas, mixed with sandy beaches, meadows and pastures. You walk almost all day along the sea, with a few exceptions. You continue with a little asphalt walking through the residential area along the coast of Jonstorp and Rekekroken. If the weather is clear, you have the opportunity to see Hallands Väderö and Torekov on the Bjäre Peninsula. After Svanshall, there will be a lot of hiking in the woods, on meadows and along the sea.
Day 3: From Arild to Mölle (16km, 4.30hrs, +585m/-585m)
After breakfast, continue your self-guided hiking tour through the hilly landscape of the beech forest. Between the trees, you can see beautiful views of Skälderviken. If you feel like taking a worthwhile detour, you can visit Nimis, the well-known work of art made of driftwood. Just before Kullen's lighthouse, you will pass Josefinelust, with a viewpoint down to the beautiful pebble beach and the neighboring caves.
Day 4: From Mill to Höganäs (12km, 3hrs, +70m/-70m)
From Mölle, the independent walking trail runs along paths and gravel roads along the sea. If the weather is nice, you can also glimpse Denmark in front of you. Maybe you take a detour to visit Krapperup Castle with its moat and beautiful park. You walk past some small, cozy villages located along the coast, including Lerhamn and Nyhamnsläge, before you arrive at Höganäs and your accommodation for the night.
Day 5: From Höganäs to Helsingborg (22km, 6hrs, +210m/-195m)
Today you have an incredibly beautiful hike in front of you. Not particularly physically demanding, but you will have lovely views throughout the day. You will see Denmark on the other side of the strait, with Kronborg Castle in Elsinore getting closer and closer. It will be a walk along beaches, through small harbors and cozy villages, including Lerberget, Viken and Domsten. You walk through forests and parks before you reach Helsingborg, the pearl of the Sound.
Day 6: Departure and onward travels
After breakfast, it's time to go home. You travel easily from Helsingborgs Central Station, which is only a short walk from your accommodation.


895 Euro per person in twin/dbl room
Single room & Solo Traveler supplement
Single room supplement: 345 Euro
Solo traveler supplement: 550 Euro (incl. sgl. room supplement)  
Daily arrivals between the beginning of May and the end of October. Ängelholm is very easy to reach by train from many of Sweden's corners (incl. Copenhagen, Denmark). If you fly to Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport, there are buses that go to Ängelholm. If you fly to Malmö Airport, you can get to central Malmö or Lund by Flygbussarna or by taxi. From Malmö or Lund you then take the train directly to Ängelholm. From Copenhagen Airport, there are trains all the way to Ängelholm. Sometimes you get a change in Malmö, but there are also many direct services. If you want to fly home from Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport, you can take an airport bus from Helsingborgs Central to the airport. Otherwise, a taxi is recommended. If you fly from Malmö Airport, take the train to Lund or Malmö Central, and then Flygbussarna or taxi out to the airport. For Copenhagen Airport take a direct train from Helsingborg.
You will stay in guest houses and hotels incl. breakfast, 1x dinner (Day 2) and 1x lunch pack (Day 3). En-suite rooms throughout. The rooms have bed linen, towels, shower and toilet. Lunch packs can be ordered and paid through the accommodations, where you stay. Some restaurants in hotels where you stay require a table reservation the day before.

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