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Hike the trail in a loop and went off trail on the way back to find even more beautiful landscapes and elevations. the drinkable water source is great for refill.

walking
1 month ago

I would recommend this hike for someone looking for an easy wheelchair/stroller friendly walk in a beautiful forest. You will probably meet some people walking or cycling along the way. Possible to walk down to the sea at the parking.

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rocky
1 month ago

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icy
off trail
rocky
1 month ago

I love this loop. It is very quiet, not difficult to walk, with clear signs, and you walk through various landscapes. My personal favourite!

I love this loop. It is very quiet, not difficult to walk, with clear signs, and you walk through various landscapes. My personal favourite!

hiking
3 months ago

Very good trail for training/runnig etc. The nature is very beatiful and is so close to the city. It has many benches with great view over Ludvika

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

Really nice, but wet when we went here. Could have something to do with the rain that poured down the entire night before.

Beautiful walk. Spetacular natur,

hiking
6 months ago

Summer of 2016

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blowdown
flooded
muddy
rocky
7 months ago

Really muddy throughout the whole trail and flooded at one small part near the northernmost part of the trail. Other than that it was a nice challenge with a very beautiful and varying landscape.

hiking
7 months ago

Fantastic fall colors. A bit wet but nothing a good pair of boots can't handle. Completed the trail clockwise.

Great loop trail around the entire Snogeholms Recreation Area. Snogelholm is the castle on the lake that you pass. The trail is mostly on hiking trails with an occasional forest road. There are a couple of towers that you can climb for a view and the trail passes both of the two largest lakes. There was a heard of wild boar and deer in the more secluded areas of the trail. The trail is very well posted with yellow markings and is about 16 Km long.

This trail is as diverse as it gets: from the feel of ancient magical forests to mystical swamps to sandy beaches to climbing over rocks and being surprised by the stunning views on top of the mountains. It’s all there! You can pitch your tent in the designated areas if you want and wander around for days. Around the hotspots (slåttdalsskrevan and -berget) it can be a bit crowded, so make sure you arrive there before 9am or after 5pm. The trail is quite rocky and at some points steep and can be slippery if it rains. Just walking on the paths can take much of your concentration, so don’t forget to stop occasionally and take a look around. Dogs are allowed only on leash. If your dog is not used to climbing rocks it can be that you’ll have to carry it on some points of the trail. Same for children (except for the on leash part ;-) ) You can take drinking water from the creeks that are in the park. Just make sure it comes from a smooth running creek and you’ll be fine.

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bugs
rocky
9 months ago

My wife and I completed the 2019 classic this past week. Such an incredible experience the views are beautiful. Water is plentiful and although folks drink directly from the streams I still recommend filtering. We saw several dead mice along the trail and near water so just be safe!

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bugs
muddy
9 months ago

hiking
10 months ago

Good trail and its possible to bath in a lake. didn't find a good spot in middle of trail to take some food but good view and rest point near start/Finnish

hiking
10 months ago

It's a very scenic trail that pass by a few of lakes. There's unfortunately no water near their suggested overnight spot, so either fill up at the lake before or alternatively stay by that lake. Excitingly, there were bats out at night at the camp, so definitely bring a strong flash lamp so you can see them.

on Hyssnaleden Loop

hiking
11 months ago

Breathtaking views over lakes and the landscape. The best of Swedish countrysides and forest.

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rocky
Sat May 11 2019

Absolutely fantastic hike! My husband and I went clockwise (the hard uphill stairs first) and were almost immediately rewarded with an amazing view from a razor cliff. Though the beginning was tough, the rest was smooth hiking until you went down into the valley where the rocks could twist your ankles, so I'd recommend poles. There's plenty of bridgewalks and puncheons, so no worries after the rocks. Just a stunning hike in early spring, but it would be incredible in the high colors of fall.

had a wonderfull time on this trail. i only did the first part on 10km but it's really nice. did in may, it seems to be the best. not to much snow but still a little. only thing : the trail is not so well indicated even if it's not hard. ro found your way.

hiking
Tue Aug 28 2018

Hiked this trail in 2018 as organized by Fjallraven, but the whole trail is public so can be hiked outside of the organization as well. 2/3 of the trail (the north-south section) is part of the much larger 'Kingstrail' of Lapland Sweden (Kungsleden in Swedish and Alltrails has a separate trail for that one) and the whole are is supported by mountain cabins (called SFT stations) roughly every 15-20km or so. The event is walked every year in August and includes 2000 participants spread over 3 start days (8 start groups) and a lot of requests are made about distances, elevations etc so this trail really will help the community prepare for the event. The hike itself is absolutely stunning, nature is wild and free here and the hills and low mountains provide for beautiful scenery. It is rough terrain and the trail is well marked, but often has a lot of rocks jutting out of the dirt/mud, so walking sticks are highly recommended. Swampy areas are traversed on wooden walkways and larger streams and rivers are crossed on metal bridges. Although participants are not allowed to use the cabins, of course if you go by yourself and ditch the camping, you can hike from cabin to cabin and sleep in them. Best be sure to make reservations at the SFT in advance though. Camping itself is great though and apart from a small section at Abisko National Park, the entire area allows for setting up camp wherever you wish. Water is not a problem since the water streams are plentiful and clean. Many don't even use filter given how clean the water is, although we did always use a lifestraw bottle just to be sure.

Pretty incredible to run what feels like a wilderness trail accessible from the Stockholm Metro. Terrain has multiple lakes, slabs of granite, shaded wide and narrow (rooted) sections. Pay attention to the orange painted trail markers on trees as It is easy to veer off course onto multiple other intersecting trails (blue and green markers).

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