Mal unter uns, ich mag das überhaupt nicht direkt einen Berg hoch zu laufen. Ich mach das aber hin und wieder in der traumhaft schönen Region Höga Kusten in Schweden. Die Touren sind kurz und knackig, wenn es einen steilen Berg hoch geht, führt meist ein angenehmer Weg schnell zurück. Ihr findet hier ab jetzt auch Vermerke zum Thema Höhenangst.
Partly restored ruin in which you can climb one of the four towers.
The tower is accessible via a wide fixed spiral staircase with thick wooden steps. You can hold on to a massive iron railing on the left and right. The arrival point at the top is secured by the tower walls and is only "open" at an approx. 1m wide point, this is provided with a high railing with several struts downwards.
September 11, 2021
Hikers on the Högakustenleden will find the complete sanitary infrastructure in the guest harbor, but camping is not allowed on the site. Day visitors by car can park directly at the port. “The Edge” is one of a total of nine installations by Arknat, which aim to create a connection between architecture and nature. (The part itself is really small and does not belong to the path itself. If you are afraid of heights, you can hold on to the left and right and practice two three steps!) The old windbreak was included and makes the stay with the fantastic view particularly attractive. There's also a gnarled old tree up here, it's the real star :)
June 8, 2021
There are two stairs on the way: They are right on the rock, no threatening open spaces between the steps. Impeccable railing, good step length, not too steep, straight and stable. The first flight of stairs is relatively long to go through in one go, I took an extra break beforehand! At the top, you can immediately take two steps to rest in a safe corner and enjoy the view. The second flight of stairs is shorter and it was okay for me to get to the top.
May 28, 2021