Experience the nature with snowshoes
For many, the High Coast is a place to go hiking. And it’s true – a lot of people come here for the fantastic scenery and the rich outdoor life. But hiking isn’t only a summer activity; hiking with or without snowshoes in the winter is an experience in itself. Winter hiking in Skuleskogen National Park is a fantastic option when the desire to go for a hike hits you hard in the colder months of the year. You can rent snowshoes if you want to make things a bit easier and so you can explore places far from the marked trails.
But remember to have a little extra safety margins when you go on a winter hike and that you have to take greater personal responsibility to navigate the trails. The hiking trails in the High Coast are laid out with bare ground in mind, which means that trail markings can be difficult to see and in some cases covered with snow up on the treeless mountain tops. This is especially true in Skuleskogen National Park, where many people also find it in the winter. Do not go out where it is unpaved and unmarked without a map and compass (which you should know how to use). If you become unsure - follow your own tracks back.