Skuleskogen National Park is a fantastic place for hiking and adventures. You can hike both short and long stretches and there are plenty of unique places to visit and enjoy at your own pace. The national park has three entrances – the South Entrance, West Entrance and North Entrance. For a truly magnificent hike, you should start at the West Entrance. From here you can look forward to perhaps the most spectacular hiking in the entire High Coast. It isn’t the most difficult and it doesn't take you up the highest mountain, but you get to see almost all of the best, most unique attractions in the area in only one or two days of hiking. Deep forests make way for till-capped mountains, typical in this area, with their steep sides covered in wind-stunted pines struggling to survive in the red Nordingrå granite. Stampberget is really beautiful before you get to the steep path down towards Slåttdalen and then along the last bit up to Slåttdalsskrevan canyon. Don’t miss the side trail to Slåttdalsberget where you can soak in panoramic views over the coast and Sweden’s highest island Mjältön. Afterwards, hike down towards Tärnättvattnen which is the perfect place to spend the night, or continue down to Tärnättholmarna that is right on the water. From here, hike southwards via Näskebodarna to the South Entrance and then back along the river Ävdalsbäcken to the West Entrance. A complete High Coast experience in less than two days!