Work is currently underway on a completely new chairlift to the top of Skuleberget, which is expected to be completed in the summer season of 2022.
Outdoor activities in the High Coast region
Hiking in the Höga Coasts
From Docksta it is possible to make various day hikes. Furthermore, there are several hiking areas in the area within 30 minutes drive.
Skuleberget is the highest mountain on the High Coast and is about a kilometer away from our apartments. You can reach the top via a variety of hiking routes for every level, but also via the Via Ferrata. Depending on the chosen route, reaching the top takes between 1 and 2.5 hours. Whichever route you choose, your effort will always be rewarded with a majestic view over Skuleskogen and the Dockstafjärden and perhaps also with a visit to the café
Skuleskogen national park
Nowhere else than in Skuleskogen National Park you can see so clearly how the High Coast has risen from the sea. High mountains, ancient forests, mountain lakes and rivers and always the proximity of the sea make a visit to this park a unique experience.
The south entrance of the Skuleskogen National Park is about 3 km drive from the village. There is a large parking lot and in the summer it is also possible to use a shuttle bus to the entrance of the park. Various hiking trails are indicated in the park, including those to the Slåttdalsskrevan gorge. The walk to the gorge is about 4 km long. If you walk back via the coastal route, this total walk takes about 4 hours. All routes in Skuleskogen involve some climbs and are on rocky paths, good walking shoes and a reasonable level of fitness are recommended.
Looking for a bigger challenge? Then choose to walk (part of) the Höga Kustenleden. This 160 km long walking route runs from the Höga Kusten bridge to the center of Örnsköldsvik and is completely marked. You can spend the night at campsites, in huts or in a tent in nature. From Docksta you can also choose a part of this route, in a few days straight through Skuleskogen to Köpmansholmen for example. You can spend the night in various huts in the park, but keep in mind that these are quite popular in the high season.
Rent an electric mountain bike or book a spectacular tour with a English-speaking guide!
Explore the High Coast, enjoy forests and lakes. And perhaps you will meet a moose on the way!
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Rent a kajak
Sea kayaking in the High Coast has become increasingly popular. The ultimate outdoor enjoyment for more and more people is just being able to glide silently in their kayak with some friends in the evening sun. Also in a world heritage site. The varied coastline with many bays and bays makes it an almost inexhaustible area to explore. An archipelago with many islands also makes it possible to stay inland inland well protected from the open sea. But not always of course. Experience and planning are therefore important when planning your trip. Below we offer some favorite trips and other things that can be good to know when you go out paddling.
The possibilities are many to rent a kayak or canoe in the High Coast and you can do it in different places scattered in the destination.
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