Skuleskogen became a national park in 1984. It boasts a beautiful, extremely hilly rift valley landscape with untouched forests and flat rocks, interesting flora and fantastic views.
The most important attraction is the 200 m long, 40 m deep and 6 m wide Slåttdalsskrevan gorge. There are a total of thirty kilometres of signposted trails offering several circular walks. Three new entrances have been created to ensure improved accessibility to the park for visitors with disabilities. A threekilometre road has been built up to the park’s western entrance at Nylandsruten. From this vantage point you can appreciate the unique natural beauty of the national park.