Where are you allowed to go hunting?
You are allowed to move freely along the beach, on paths and along coastal cliffs – besides in the moler pits when no work is going on.
The Danish Coast Protection Act applies to coastal cliffs: loose cement stones on the beach may be flaked – but you are not permitted to dig or hammer on the cliffs.
Regulations for beach traffic apply via an interpretation of the Jutlandic Law: “What you can have in your hat you are allowed to take with you from the sea territory”. The sea territory on the northern coast of Fur is the beach.
Print yourself a map of the island – on the page “Touristinformation”.