High Coast of Sweden
The High Coast in northeastern Sweden is since 2000 a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its unique and highly scenic landscapes, seascapes, and steep granite cliffs.
Four days full of Swedish outdoor experience, that is what this tour is all about. You can look forward to the most spectacular hiking days in entire Sweden. The area offers easy hiking and you get to see the most unique nature in Sweden, even without climbing the highest mountains. The trip has something to offer for everyone, from sandy beaches and dense pine forests to stunning canyons made of Nordingrå granite. The area is well known for its diversity of wildlife that includes roe deer, hares, squirrels, foxes, badgers, martens, ermines, minks, and the famous moose.
If you’re lucky, we will spectate one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the magical Aurora Borealis, also known as northern light, during the night.
UNESCO World Heritage site
Chance to see the northern lights (Borealis)
Camping both in the forest and by the sea
Encounter Swedish wildlife like the moose
Learn about Sweden and its fauna
Organic freshly prepared meals
All needed camping equipment
Roundtrip transportation from Stockholm
What to bring:
Sturdy footwear (hiking shoes are best)
Sunglasses, hat, sunblock
Suitable clothing and change of clothes
Reusable water bottle
Swimming clothes and towel
Stockholm Nature AB
Horisontvägen 16, 12 834 Stockholm
The first day is set to get everyone geared up with the necessary camping equipment, get to know each other and jump on the night train from Stockholm and start the journey northwards. We will travel with a sleeper train to all be rested for the adventure to come.
We arrive early in the morning and just have a short bus ride until we reach the national park, and our hiking will start. During the morning and afternoon, your experienced guide will lead the way through the beautiful forest and show you the highlights of this area of Sweden. In the late afternoon, you will arrive at the coast and set up the camp for the night, where dinner and stories will be shared among your new friends. For those with energy left, parts of the coast can be explored without your backpack before the darkness falls over the camp, and we cross our fingers that the northern lights show up!
After a long day the day before, we will take a slow start to the morning and enjoy the stunning views from our campsite over breakfast and coffee. Then our hiking continues, we explore new areas of the forest of the high coast throughout the day until we reach our second campsite in the Swedish forest. After dinner, you’ll likely fall asleep early after the last day's adventure and an early start the morning after.
We start this day early by hiking the short way back to the bus station where we arrived two days before and start our trip back to Stockholm. As this train goes during the daytime, you have the chance to spectate the landscapes of the countryside on the way back before the tour is over.