You can reach the top of the mountaing hiking, walking a dirt road, climbing with gear or on a cable railway. There are fantastic wievs over the high coast archipelago. There are handicap-adjusted areas on the top and a small café.
You can spend a half-day here like we did, or hike for a full day or even a couple of days and you would not run out of things to see. We went up to Slattdalsskrevan which took a full morning hiking up there and going back down, and the view from the top is absolutely stunning. I am not... 更多
Take the time to walk up the mountain(or take the lift). The walk is a bit ruff but at the top you're well enough rewarded. The view is great and the top lodge serves good food and beverages.
There are many ways to get to the top, from the effortless cable car, the easy normal hike to the challenging rocky mountain climbing (which is organized by a company called Via Ferrata on the spot). Any way you chose, you will get a wonderful view from the mountain top. There is also a restaurant/cafe where you can have a... 更多
You may choose the safe option of a cable car, a grade two climb or be equipped and climb the face of Skuleberget, we have enjoyed this for skiing in the winter, with virtually no queues, and enjoyed waffles at the top. The views are to be seen to be believed, you can also get down via a climb, cable... 更多
We made a stop there while driving from Umea to Stockholm. To reach the top of Skuleberget it took about 45 min of very easy hiking. From the top there is a wonderful view towards the archipelago. On our way back down the path was a bit wet so we had to be careful. A very pleasant journey!
Unbelievable that this mountain came out of the sea. We visited the top whilst there was a "High Coast" hill... 更多
An unexpectedly interesting description of the very unusual geology of this area. fabulous locally made chocolates on sale. seems to... 更多