8) High Coast
The High Coast is a part of the coast of Sweden on the Gulf of Bothnia. In 2000, UNESCO put the area on the World Heritage list because of its exceptional geology and unique example of isostatic rebound.
The most popular places to visit in the High Coast of Sweden are Skule Mountain, Skuleskogen National Park, and the island Ulvön. It is considered to be excellent for hiking and has been cited as one of the best hiking regions in Sweden. The Outside Magazine has ranked the High Coast Trail as one of the best of Sweden’s hiking trails. The High Coast is famous for several different types of foods. The Höga Kusten Bridge is an impressive gateway to the region.
- You can easily visit the High Coast from Härnösand. It is also called “The Gate To The High Coast” because of the world heritage landscape just a few miles north of Härnösand.