Skuleskogen National Park
Foto: Fotograf Fabiola de Graaf


The three entrances to the national park are adapted to provide access for visitors with certain disabilities. Next to the entrances there are composting toilets, information and the possibility to sit down under a roof.

At the West and North Entrances there are BBQ sites in the entrance area. Next to the West Entrance an approximately 600-metre path that leads up to an observation platform has been adapted for the disabled.

At the South Entrance visitors confined to wheelchairs or others with limited mobility will be able to drive a ways farther down towards Kälsviken cove to a car park with two parking places. The key to the car park can be collected at the High Coast Naturum. The path farther down to Kälsviken has been adapted for the disabled, as has the windbreak, BBQ site and composting toilet.

Please observe that the entry roads and parking lots are cleared of snow during winter, but no trails or paths are. This means that the paths adapted for disabled are not accessible when it is snow.

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