Getting to Näsåker
Näsåker is a village situated 43 kilometers from Sollefteå, the nearest town.
Below you will find different alternatives to get here, bear in mind there are limited access so plan your trip well in advance. You can go by bus or train, please note that there are limited parking spaces during the festival.
You can look for trips at resrobot. There you can find different kinds of bus- and traincompanies in the same search.
The Urkult Train
Travel affordable directly from Stockholm to Urkult with the Urkult train! The train stops at Ådalslidens station in Näsåker, 600 meters from the festival area. Livemusic och lots of pleasant company onboard!
Buy your trainticket here.
Website (in swedish) www.urkultståget.se
For more info, Ådalslidens Järnvägsvänner, Christer Borg 070-684 74 32 och firstname.lastname@example.org
Car-pool by bus from Stockholm directly to Urkult with Glädjetåget (http://www.gladjetaget.org/). The association Glädjetåget is run by the cooperative Kontrabuss (http://kontrabuss.org/), alternative transport in anarchic spirit.
For more information send an e-mail to: email@example.com (autoresponder)
Y-byss ybuss.se drives buses to Urkult on wednesday and thursday, and back again sunday. This year you’ll be able to ride with Y-buss from Stockholm, Uppsala, Gnarp, Sundsvall, Timrå, Härnösand and Kramfors to Näsåker. Back from Urkult the range of bus stops will also include; Hudiksvall , Söderhamn and GävleBro.
Phone: 0771–33 44 44.
The bus Lapplandspilen lapplandspilen.se passes Näsåker on it’s way between Stockholm and Mo i Rana. Phone: 0940 – 150 30
During the festival parking will be temporarily prohibited in most parts of central Näsåker, anyone who parks where parking is prohibited will risk being fined.
You are best of buy parking your car in the large parking area (paid parking) located between the church and state highway 90, next to Sigges Family Camping (see map).
Parking fee is 50 SEK for one day or 100 SEK for the whole weekend.
You can pay by cash or Swish. If you move your car that means you have left your parking spot and you need to pay again if you want to return it to the car park (not more than 50 SEK if you have already paid once).
The reason to the parking prohibition is first and foremost to make sure emergency service and ambulance will be able to get through unhindered and to minimize risks for accidents and inconveniences.
Next festival is held 2-4 of August 2018
Urkult Lärkvägen 1, 880 30 Näsåker