World Heritage Bus in the High Coast
Our World Heritage Bus is contributing towards a more sustainable destination and will help you have a better hiking experience this summer.
During the period June 26 to August 8, the World Heritage Bus is a convenient way to get to Skuleskogen National Park. The bus runs several times each day between FriluftsByn, the Naturum Visitor Centre at the foot of Skuleberget, Veåsand (Skuleberget Havscamping) and the South and West Entrances of Skuleskogen National Park. If you bring your own car to the area, you can leave it free of charge at the car park by the Naturum Visitor Centre and take the bus to the national park from there – the ride takes about 20 minutes.
World Heritage Bus Timetable 2021
Timetable for summer 2021 at Skuleberget. The bus runs everyday during the period June 26 – August 8, 2021.
Take a daytrip on the High Coast Bus
New for this year is that it is now even easier to take daytrips. Take the bus from FriluftsByn, Naturum Visitor Centre or Veåsand (Skuleberget Havscamping) to the West Entrance of the national park and take a dayhike to the South Entrance where you can jump on the bus again, or do the same hike in the other direction starting at the South Entrance. Start and finish your day at accommodation at FriluftsByn or Skuleberget Havscamping at Veåsand – so easy!
If you want to go for a multiday hike in the national park, you can still use the bus to get there. Leave your car at the free car park by the Naturum Visitor Centre at Skuleberget and take the bus from there to one of the park’s entrances. Hike for two or three days in the park and then take the High Coast Trail (Section 8) back to Naturum to pick up your car.
Important information regarding parking at the South Entrance to the national park
Parking officials will be at the car park at the South Entrance to the park and Naturum Visitor Centre. The car park at the South Entrance has room for 120 cars and during July it gets full quickly. Once it is at capacity, the parking officials at Naturum will be informed, so please check in with them and consider parking there and taking the bus to the park instead.
Safe and secure visit
It is important for us that your visit to the High Coast is as safe and secure as possible and all around the destination you will see our message on how together we can help reduce the virus spreading and take care of each other. You can read more here about how we are working to make the High Coast a safe and secure destination for you.