This Swedish-Norwegian round trip can start at any one of several locations. If you choose Storulvån as starting point, the route passes via Blåhammaren to Storerikvollen, and onwards to Nedalshytta, on the Norwegian side of the border.
The trail from Storerikvollen takes you from two lakes (the large Essandsjö and the Nesjö) in the west to the Syl massif in the east. From Nedalshytta, the trail continues to the STF Sylarna mountain station. You pass through the majestic Ekorrpass below Strosola, which is the highest Swedish peak in the Syl massif, at 1,728 metres above sea level. Storsylen is a few metres across the border on the Norwegian side, and rises to 1,762 metres above sea level. The round trip ends as you arrive back at Storulvån.
Reindeer husbandry is carried out throughout the region, which requires visitors to show respect.