Directly below Skuleberget is Norrfjärden inlet, one of the most popular inlets along the High Coast for kayaking. Thanks to its sheltered location, this trip is easier and is suitable for those with a little less experience. Start at Veåsand and paddle clockwise, crossing the inlet between Fanön and Värnsudden. On the way back you can paddle on the inside of the islands Storvalmen and Lillvalmen for some great photo opportunities. Finish the day by enjoying other activities around Skuleberget, such as climbing the Via Ferrata, hiking to the Toppstugan restaurant at the top of the mountain or enjoying a barbeque evening at FriluftsByn outdoor village.
There are almost endless of opportunities for kayaking in the High Coast. Here are some of our favourite trips in the High Coast.
Kayak trip around Mjältön
Paddling around the island of Mjältön is a good daytrip that will take you around Sweden’s highest island. You'll need to start early in the morning and take a big lunch with you.
Open sea island hopping between Skeppsmalen and Norrfällsviken
This is a longer kayaking route with three highlights all in the one trip. The islands you’ll visit along the way between Skeppsmalen and Norrfällsviken are like pearls on a necklace.
Kayak trip from Bönhamn to Högbonden Lighthouse
This trip is a short but superbly beautiful route past the High Coast’s most popular old fishing village and the island Högbonden with its lighthouse.
The High Coast Kayaking Route
The High Coast Kayaking Route is an excellent kayaking trip for active outdoor lovers who want to get even closer to nature without rushing too much. The trip is perfect if you want to combine kayaking with hiking in the Skuleskogen National Park or climbing Sweden’s highest island Mjältön.
A fantastic three-day trip down the Ångermanälven river. Start in Sollefteå where the river banks tower above you and finish in Härnösand in the High Coast’s southern archipelago.