Gammelstadsviken

Gammelstadsviken is one of the very finest places in the county for birdwatching, especially in spring. The area is accessibility adapted with trails, hearths , birdwatching tower , latrines and information. Bring binoculars and a packed lunch and discover one of Luleå’s treasures! The whole area is 4.4 square kilometres in size and snowmobiles may only be driven on the prepared snowmobile trail.

To do:
  • Nature reserve
Accessibility:
  • Near parking
  • Near Public Transport
  • Near toilet
  • Stroller accessible
  • Wheelchair accessible
Parking:

Parkeringsplatser finns där lederna in i naturreservatet börjar.

Transport:

The reserve lies about 4 kilometres north of Luleå town centre. An accessibility adapted trail starts at a car park near the Haparanda road. From the bus stop Vänortsvägen in Porsön, a new trail enters the reserve. From the north, the birdwatching tower is reached along a trail from the open-air museum Hägnan. Another hiking trail starts near Notviken train station (bus stop Notviken JVG), next to a footpath/cycle path.

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