The Stor-Ulvån delta with its´ sand banks


Starting/Finishing point

Storulvån mountain hut


12-19 kilometres a day

Total distance

47 kilometres

Length of time

4-8 hours a day


+/-370 metres



Water on the way


Shoes to choose

Trail running shoes or hiking boots


How to get to Storulvån mountain hut?

Driving along E14 you turn left following the sign to Handöl Storulvån if you are arriving from Åre (right if you are arriving from Trondheim) to Storulvån on Enafors Vackermon. You then follow the road until it ends by Storulvån mountain hut. 

By Storulvån mountain hut you can stay overnight in the mountain hut or camp nearby for a fee. You can also start your hike and walk for a few kilometres (upwards) and free camp. Staying close to the mountain hut and paying for camping gives you access to a kitchen, showers and bathroom. There is also a shop at Storulvån mountain hut where you can buy and rent equipment. You find more information about Storulvån mountain hut here.

Storulvån is easily reached by train from Stockholm and Trondheim. In that case  your final destination is Duved. Arriving in Duved there are connecting buses to Storulvån.

Hiking Jämtlandstriangeln

Most people do this hike in 3 days which is really nice. The total distance is 47 kilometres. The hike is very well marked all along the way. Since this is an area with reindeers the chance you will see some is big.


Day 1 

Storulvån to Sylarna

16 km, 5-6 hours, +320 metres

Day 2 

Sylarna to Blåhammaren

19 km, 6-7 hours, +50 metres

Day 3

Blåhammaren to Storulvån

12 km, 3-5 hours, -370 metres


Day 1: Storulvån to Sylarna

Most people do this hike from Storulvån to Sylarna and then continuing to Blåhammaren and to Storulvån. One reason for this is that going in the other direction gives you a rather steep ascent from Storulvån to Blåhammaren.

Walking the 16 kilometres from Storulvån to Sylarna is quite easy. The hike starts with an ascent until you reach a bridge crossing a stream - Lill-Ulvån. From there is an easy hike until you have about 3 kilometres left to Sylarna. There is a crossing passing a stream.

If you are freecamping this is a nice place to set up your tent because this is where the trail to Blåhammaren passes by so you will come back here on your next day if you continue up to Sylarna. You have plenty of water in the stream just by.

At Sylarna mountain hut there is a sauna, restaurant and a small shop. You can also stay overnight here and book guided tours for walks in the area. You find more information about Sylarna mountain hut here

Day 2: Sylarna to Blåhammaren

This is the longest hike during this 3-days´hike, 19 kilometres. The trail windles through a beautiful landscape and you have several opportunities for a swim in the (cold) streams. 

Approaching Blåhammaren you have a rather tough ascent since you are probably a bit tired by now. The reward is a superb dinner at Blåhammaren. You should definately have dinner here. It is well worth it. Blåhammaren is famous for its´ food and the atmosphere is very charming and genuine. Pree-booking is necessary.

Blåhammaren is the highest situated mountain hut in Sweden at 1,086 metres. You find a sauna overlooking the mountains and a small shop here besides the restaurant. You can also stay overnight. You find more information about Blåhammaren mountain hut here.

If you freecamp you have some opportunities right before arriving at Blåhammaren and some more afterwards. There is not plenty of water supply up here so you might have to fill water at the mountain hut. Freecamping you can still have dinner at Blåhammaren if you like.

Day 3: Blåhammaren to Storulvån

This is an easy 12 kilometres hike with hardly any ascents. After a few kilometres there is quite a steep descent following a rushing stream where you can take a swim in the lagoon shaped ledges. It is lovely but cold!

You then reach a delta-like area with lovely sand banks to take a rest on. This is where Stor-Ulvån runs through.

On your left the mountain Getryggen rises. Walking through birch trees you then finally reach Storulvån again.

If you want some more information (or information in Swedish) about this beautiful and easily accessible hike check out Svenska Turistföreningens website.

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