It's no coincidence that the number of people visiting The High Coast, increases consistently. Travelers form near and far come to experience the dramatic nature and vast tranquility. To relish in what is genuinely Swedish. The High Coast exhibits extreme natural variation which makes it a perfect playground for the urban adventurer. Climb to the top of Mount Skule in Northern Europe´s largest Via Feratta Center right in the heart of the World Heritage site. Or why not explore and enjoy the crisp clean beauty of the High Coast from a sea kayak on open water. With its proximity to several major airports The High Coast is easily accessible and can therefore with great easy be combined with visits to other destination.
Höga Kusten exhibits extreme natural variation. Nowhere else in Europe can you find som many kinds of rock formations in such a small area, and the display of flora is equally magnificent. Hill and inland plats mix gladly with coastal vegetation, and the species' latitudinal growth limits freely overlap on another.
Many artists, writers and somposers have been inspired by the special light and the equally special landscape. There are many exhibitions and other cultural experiences to indulge in here in the summer.
Fermented Baltic herring (surströmming) is considered a local yet national dish; its fragrance generally divides people into two camps - haters and lovers. The "surströmming" premiere traditionally takes place on the third Thursday in August.
Brochures - Höga Kusten 2012
For more information about Höga Kusten please do not hesitate to contact us at Höga Kusten Turism or the Tourist Offices in the region.
Örnsköldsvik Turistbyrå Lasarettsgatan 5 (Arken), ÖrnsköldsvikTel: +46 660 881 00 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kramfors TuristbyråTorggatan 2, Kramfors Tel: +46 612 800 00E-mail: email@example.com