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In the east, visitors are met by lowland peaks and both mountain birch and coniferous forests. And in the west – barren mountain landscape with wonderful attainable summits on both the Swedish and the Norwegian side. At the heart of the Jämtland and Härjedal mountains are high-alpine massivs. Here we have classic trails, glaciers and magnificent summits – of which the most well-known are probably Helags and Sylarna. And it is, of course, possible here to hike over the border into Norway.
There are endless opportunities for diverse hiking in the Jämtland and Härjedal mountains. You can, for example, follow classic hiking trails such as the Jämtland Triangle and a circuit of Sylarna. Or you may prefer to cross the landscape by starting in Storulvån and ending in Vålådalen, Ljungdalen or Ramundberget. This region has something to offer everyone – from the experienced hiker to the complete newcomer.
Reindeer husbandry is carried out throughout the region, and visitors must show respect for this.
Bus to Ramundberget/Funäsdalen from Östersund/Stockholm
Bus from Östersund/Svenstavik to Ljungdalen
Bus from Undersåker to Vålådalen
Bus from Duved/Enafors to Storulvån
Bus/train to Storlien
Bus from Kolåsen to Järpen.
Would you prefer to go hiking in the mountains when there are less visitors around? With our visitor calendar you get an overview of the amount of guests visiting this area per week throughout the season. Please note that the visitor calendar only gives an indication and does not take into account deviations connected to specific events.