From Lake Vänern to the wild north
Situated in connection with Mörudden and Klarälvsleden (the Klarälven path), Klarälvsbanan (the Klarälven trail) constitutes a 220 km cycle path which runs through the beautiful landscape of Värmland. The paths stretch across Hammarö, Karlstad, Forshaga, Deje, Ransäter, Munkfors, Uddeholm, Hagfors, Ekshärad, Stöllet and up to Sysslebäck. From Vänern in the south, along Klarälven and up into the mountains and forests of the north.
The southern entrance of the Klarälven trail has a signposted cycle route of 10km from Mörudden to Lake Kroppkärr. The route is suitable for cycling and hiking.
Traffic is prohibited on Klarälvsbanan which constitutes 90 km of asphalt on an old disused railway embankment, from Karlstad to Uddeholm. The trail is suitable for cycling and hiking.
At the northern entrance of Klarälvsbanan, Klarälvsleden, follows a 120 km cycle path on gravel and country roads, from Hagfors to Sysslebäck. The path is suitable for cycling and hiking.
NOTE! The coating conditions are poor on some parts of Klarälvsbanan. Please see information below.
Karlstad municipality (approx. 6 km), beginning on August 17 with edging, undergrowth clearing and trenching. The work is expected to last two weeks and the trail is kept open, but with limited accessibility. In September, new top coating will be added. The affected distance is primarily from Stockfallet until the crossing at Lindrågen.
Hagfors municipality, Bogerud-Höje (approx. 8 km).