It is easier to reach the Skuleskogen from the marina in Docksta. If your are cruising the Höga Kusten, leave your boat safely moored, take the bus and take your walk to the national park.
At Docksta Havet sailors find dedicated services and moorings to safely leave their boat during their exploring walks of the surroundings.
From the pier of Docksta Havet, now you can head to the nearest park entrance (named “Entré Syd”) also by bus.
The bus line is called Världsarvsbussen Skule, the line is 243.
The nearest bus stop from the marina in Docksta is Skule Friluftsbyn. From there the bus takes you to the Skule Entré Syd stop, where start the well marked paths of varying degrees of difficulty that lead you to everything worth seeing, within forests, hills, bays.
Main attractions are: Hiking on The spectacular views over the national park´s dramatic landscape and the surrounding High Coast.
The 7 meters wide, 30 meters deep “Hell Gab” crevice, which cleaves the Slåttdal mountain in two.
The bus ticket costs 25:- sek (swedish crowns) for adults (older than 25 y.o.). You can pay aboard with the credit card.
In the afternoon, the bus makes the last tour from Skule Entré Syd to the Skule Naturum Museum and Tourist High Coast Center at the feet of Skuleberget in Docksta.
Skuleskogen is one of the few remaining large, ancient forests of the coastal region. The red coloured Nordingrå granite cliffs, the large uplift coast and the coniferous forest, with rare species of lichens, characterize per park.