Naturum, off the E4, north of the village of Docksta, has exhibitions on the formation of the Höga Kusten and stocks brochures on the area. Adrenalin junkies can tackle the four via ferrata routes of varying difficu…
The Tourist Office on Stora Torget has closed and the job has been handed to a few Information Points about town. The best and easiest to access is at reception at First Hotel Stadt, on the waterfront, a few minutes…
Located in Le Ski Storlien Lodge, but you might struggle to find what you want here. Storlien is part of Åre municipality, so if you're coming from Åre, glean what you can at their tourist office.
Inside Hotell Höga Kusten, just north of Höga Kustenbron suspension bridge. Has detailed maps of the scenic byways, boat timetables and a pamphlet on the Höga Kusten trail.
Inside the public library in the train station building. Plenty of info on the area, including maps of hiking trails and brochures on outdoor activities.
A well-stocked tourist office which can also assist in finding accommodation in town. Opening times are usually extended in the summer; see the website.
Haparanda’s tourist office is shared with Tornio (on the Swedish side!) in the bus station just across from IKEA.
The tourist office, inside Funäsdalen's Fjällmuseum, can advise on and arrange all manner of outdoor activities.
The tourist office is opposite the town hall, and has free internet access.
On the corner of the pedestrianised Nygatan and the central square.