More about Sylmassivet (Norway) - DNT Nedalshytta
The hostel is the main gateway to the Sylan region from the Norwegian side, and is part of the popular
“Firkanten” route, open throughout the year, between the STF Blåhammare mountain station (Sweden), Storerikvollen and Nedalshytta (both in Norway) and the STF Sylarna mountain station (back in Sweden). The area around the Nedalshytta hostel offers fantastic opportunities for day tours, making the hostel a great starting point for families with children looking to stay in one place. The Syl massif is a paradise for those looking for high-altitude hiking, with Syltoppen (1762 metres above sea level) and Storsola unrivalled as the most popular peaks in the region.
Personnel are stationed at Nedalshytta during the Easter period and during the summer season. At other times, self-service overnight accommodation (24 beds) is available. This is locked with a special key available from DNT when the hostel is unmanned. The hostel can receive visits from school classes before and after the Easter period and the summer season.
Dates open in 2017
Nedalshytta: 7-17 April and 23 June-17 September.
A total of 760 km of permanently marked winter trails is available in the Sylan region, 310 km on the Norwegian side of the border, and 450 km on the Swedish side. This is probably the longest contiguous network of marked winter trails in the world. They are marked all through the year and take you into the heart of the mountain realm, giving access to around 20 cabins.
More information about Nedalshytta is available at: https://www.tt.no/hytter/ and https://www.ut.no/hytte/3.1941/