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The High Coast of Sweden is a unique coastal area and an UNESCO World Heritage. The only World Heritage in Sweden as a result of its scenic postglacial land uplift.
The High Coast in general and Nordingrå in particular are widely known for being rich in active artists. There are both art galleries, galleries and many talented artists who would like to invite you to a visit. We have listed 5 places that every art intrerested should visit!
The list can be made long on how many museums there are in the High Coast. Just like nature there is a breadth and depth of different exhibitions. From south to north you can visit everything from Sweden's largest car museum to exhibitions with work by Picasso, to a museum that tells the dark tales about the age of witches.
Get together with friends or family and spend the day hiking. A day hike suits both if you seek adventure or want to enjoy a great view. In the High Coast there is always one level higher and the nature offers a broad and wide scale of shades. Experience the contrasts between the ocean, deep forest and mountains. Here we have listed some of the best day hikes for you to try out!
There is no summer without taking a bath. In the High Coast with its lovely lakes and the blue ocean there is a chance to cool in any form. We have listed the best outdoor baths, for you to select.. and dive in!
Even a rainy day can be a fun day! In the High Coast there is plenty of stuff to do no matter the weather. Everything from having a relaxing day at the spa to activities at the kids playland. From shopping to a science center for the whole family to discover! We have picked the top six activities for you to select when the sun is away.
Walk the High Coast trail and you'll get the opportunity to experience some of the world heritages absolute treats. It will take you through beautiful woodlands, mountains with stunning views, rocky coasts, bays and protected nature areas. There are several activities, detours and experiences to discover and try along the trail. High Coast Trail extends between Hornöberget at the end of Ångermanälven and central Örnsköldsvik. The trail is well marked with orange paint on trees and poles. In addition, there are signpost with distances statements or directional arrows with the High Coast Trail symbol at crossroads and trail branches. The shelters and unlocked cabins that are available along the trail is at the wanderer's available and can not be pre-booked. You can also not exclude other visitors. Most of the accommodations, such as hotels, hostels and guest houses are bookable online here at www.hogakusten.com. In Örnsköldsvik, Kramfors and Härnösand you find tourist offices that are open all year round. During the summer, the tourist offices at Hornöberget and Nordingrå are open. Sections: The High Coast Trail is 128.6 km long and is divided into 13 sections. The different sections has been made so that, in principle, within each stage there is at least one overnight accommodation under roof, from open and public cabins to hostels and hotels. Every end of the sections are also accessible by car. The possibility of permanent parking can, however, be limited. The different sections can help your planning and organization for the trek. However, it is not something you are bound to follow. As mentioned earlier, there are a number of interesting side trips and activities to take part in on or near the High Coast Trail which can make some sections take longer times than others. If you want to make some comments about the trail and its condition, maybe even urgent action needs, please contact us on +46 (0)613-700 200.
Höga Kusten, the High Coast, offers activities and attractions for all tastes, both on land and on water. Here you can go hiking in the National Park, Skuleskogen or in one of the many nature reserves in the area, canoeing along the trails or boating along the river. If you are interested in art and culture, this destination will please you. In the High Coast lives and works many talented artists and craftspeople who would invite you for a visit. For children there is also plenty to do. How about a visit to the ostrich farm where you can be involved in feeding the ostriches, or a day at Junsele zoo where you can watch the bear Loke and the white tigers? For those who would appreciate to be challenged with some ingenious devices, we highly recommend Technichus. Here is a selection of the range, the rest you can read about at www.hogakusten.com.
The food in the High Coast of Sweden has strong traditions. The fermented herring is considered the local national dish. For those who choose not to eat fermented herring, there are plenty of good options. In the cities there is a wide selection of restaurants to choose from and outside the urban centers, you can enjoy the culinary delights of rural and cultural environments.
Here are some of the best hiking routes for a 1-day hike.
Here are our top 5 activities for kids. For more activities, visit www.hogakusten.com
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