Hiking

The Uppland Trail, Section 2, 17 km

Hiking

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Trail details

  • Length 17.1 km

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Currently

Våren 2022 har man avverkat en flera kilometer lång sträcka längs Upplandsleden, mellan Lagga och stigdelningen där leden viker av mot Eda. Leden är framkomlig men går inte längre genom skog som den gjorde tidigare.

Description

Section 2 takes you from the parking area by Nyby on the outskirts of nature reserve Norra Lunsen to
popular recreation area Fjällnora. There are many places and buildings along the way that tell of the
area’s long history, such as the Mora Äng Meadow, Lagga Church, and the rune stones at Kasby.

For the first 7 kilometres, the trail follows a country road, first surrounded by forests and farms, and
then through the valley of the River Storån, with open farmlands. Shortly after passing the village of
Lagga, the trail turns off onto a forest path again. The shorter, but fairly rocky road towards Fjällnora
starts 1 kilometre before Lake Ramsen. Alternatively, you can choose the slightly longer, but easier,
The Eda Walk (see 2:1).

Not far from Fjällnora, along the eastern shore of Lake Ramsen, is a windshelter with a view of the lake. In Fjällnora, there is a swimming spot, a restaurant, a campsite, toilets, and cottages for rent.

Difficulty level: Easy/hard, 7 kilometres on country roads, the remainder on paths over sometimes rugged and rocky terrain.

Activities And Facilities

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Surface

Easy/hard, 7 kilometres on country roads, the remainder on paths over sometimes
rugged and rocky terrain.

Parking

Parkering finns vid Nyby och vid Fjällnora.

Communications

Nearest bus stop at the start: Moralund (2,5 kilometers after Nyby if you follow the Uppland trail)

No bus stop at the end.

Directions

Start at Nyby, Lunsen Nyby 5, Uppsala.

End at Fjällnora, Uppsala

Contact

Email address

Upplandsstiftelsen

[email protected]

Organization logotype

Upplandsstiftelsen

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