Coast with magnificent views and the world's largest mountain uplift. Photo: Michael Engman / Engmanbild
The Slåttdalsskrevan crevice is the result of millions of years of geological processes. Photo: Michael Engman / Engmanbild
Skuleskogen in the winter. Photo: Michael Engman / Engmanbild
Skuleskogen National Park
A roadless, wild and imposing section of the High Coast
Grandiose views of forest and sea, beautiful lakes, verdant spruce forest valleys and intriguing geological phenomena show more plainly than anywhere else that parts of Sweden have emerged from the sea. Skuleskogen National Park is a monumental area. High mountains, old-growth forest and the seacoast come together here in a landscape that is without equal in Sweden.
Here, you will find everything you need to know before your visit to Skuleskogen National Park. When it is best to visit the park, how to get there and the rules you will need to follow once you are there.
Experiences and activities in Skuleskogen National Park
Sweden’s national parks offer experiences for young and old alike. Here, you can read about the wide variety of activities and sites which you can experience in Skuleskogen National Park.
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