On the way from Skuleberget, the trail takes you down towards Veåsand and further up Getsvedjeberget. Up here you will find our own "Pulpit".
After a bit of hiking, you reach Entré Syd, the southern entrance to Skuleskogen National Park. Here there are plenty of parking spaces and good information about Skuleskogen National Park. There are also weather-protected seating areas, benches and tables, and dry toilets.
From here you can walk further into the national park and use the overnight cabins here. Inside the national park you may only camp in specially designated tent sites, otherwise camping is not permitted. For more information on the location of tent sites, see this page.
One of the national park's major visiting points is the Slåttdalsskrevan. It is not recommended to hike through the crevice due to safety risks, but the trail goes to the west of the crevice with nice viewpoints and photo spots.
From Entré Nord, the northernmost entrance to the national park, the trail follows a gravel road down to the small community of Näske and then on to Köpmanholmen, which is the section destination.
- Get to the start
Transport: Bus stops, Skuleberget E4 and Docksta Busstation
Bus timetables can be found at www.dintur.se.
Section start is at Skuleberget at Naturum Höga Kusten. Free parking available.
Download the Höga Kusten app for maps in your phone.