Apart from a few kilometres at the beginning and end of the hike, the route passes over barren mountain landscapes, high above the tree limit. The huge mountain massifs Sylarna and Helags are waiting for you as you trek, with summits that reach more than 1,700 metres above sea level. It is possible to reach both summits, even if you are not an experienced hiker.
The trail between Storulvån and Ramundberget is an easy one, with stage lengths between 12 and 19 kilometres. The hike includes bridges across watercourses, and the marshland along the route usually has wooden walkways.
You pass the mountain stations STF Sylarna, STF Helags and STF Fältjägaren if you take the traditional route. There is, however, an alternative that goes via Gåsenstugan to Helags. The longest stage on the alternative route is 20 kilometres.
Reindeer husbandry is carried out throughout the region, and visitors must show respect for this.
Take the train to Duved/Enafors and then the bus to Storulvån.
From Ramundberget/Funäsdalen, take a bus with destination Östersund or Stockholm.