Big hike or small escape… Kullaberg will leave a mark. These are just a few examples:


Click on the map below to get an overview of the trail system on Kullaberg.

It is quite easy to find your way around Kullaberg. On the north side of the peninsula, the trail from Arild to the lighthouse is marked with blue. On the south side, the trail from Mölle to the lighthouse is red. A yellow trail connects these two in a number of places.

We also recommend the County Administrative Board’s pdf for more info about the trails: Click here >

Are you looking for other cool places to hike in Sweden? Check out this guide on the Ridestore Magazine website >

Just as you enter the village of Mölle, you will see a large car park (free of charge) on the right, by the chapel. Check the map below:

Parking on western Kullaberg:

Parking on eastern Kullaberg:

Ransvik Havsveranda and Kullagårdens Wärdshus are two great places for lunch or coffee when on trail! See map below:
To find your way around you can draw the paths on a map, print one of these maps. But on most of the best trails there are no signs or marks on the mountain. We therefore recommend that you use a gps or the app Outdooractive.

Click “Learn more” on the selected trail, then click on the menu on the right hand side. Click “export gpx” and then install the .gpx in your device.

Download the app Outdooractive and create an account. Click “Learn more” on the trail that you are interested in, then “open in app”. No need to purchase extra maps in app. The ones supplied work just fine. Press navigate from the bottom menu. Enjoy the fantastic trails! The trails that are in real life, marked on Kullaberg are marked with Red on the south side of Kullaberg from Mölle to the Lighthouse, Blue from Arild on the north side to the lighthouse. Yellow paths connect red and blue, usually in the north / south direction.


A visit to the Silver Cave is appreciated by everyone. The cave itself is narrow and is about 12 m deep. The hike is actually the main experience where you follow the coastline with small climbs to beautiful places. Initially, you go almost all the way down to the smaller lighthouse on the tip. See map below:

200 m before the lighthouse there is a concrete platform. Just before it you go down to the left (south) for an approximately 50 m long downhill. After that, the road to the Silver Cave is marked with white arrows in the ground. We recommend that you turn around at the Silver Cave and go back the same way. Would you like to walk further, please check with us if there are bookable tours here >

If you are a larger group, please contact us here >

 Enjoy your hike!


With its almost 200 m above sea level, Håkull is a given! The walk up can be quite challenging but the view makes it worthwhile.

Our advice is to park at Himmelstorp and then go blue over the saddle towards Håkull. Challenging and beautiful!


One of the greatest pieces of land art in Northern Europe, Nimis was built by just one man. This is a really stunning sight. Well recommended!

Park at Himmelstorp, then walk towards the saddle, following the blue trail NW. About 200 m before it begins to climb, follow the steep path down right to the water. Look for “N” marked on trees. 

This is a pretty tough walk. Be very careful if you climb the artwork. We would recommend you not to.