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Hundsennvatnet round - high mountain trail in Lykkja

Difficulty:
Distance: 15.2km
Duration: 4h
Height in meters: 254m

Bilder

Hundsennvatnet lake around
Hundsennvatnet lake around

Overview

From approx week 7 the beautiful high mountain trails in Hemsedal are groomed when the weather is stable.

This high mountain trail offers fantastic surroundings around the lake Hundsennvatnet.

Technique
Experience
Highest altitude
1109m
Lowest altitude
891m
Start coordinates
60.881504, 8.750341

Best season

jan
feb
mar
apr
may
jun
jul
aug
sep
oct
nov
dec

How to get there

From Hemsedal town center, follow the main road Rv52 west for 4 km to Ulsåk, where you turn off towards Lykkja. Follow the road approx 9.5 km and you will see the car park at Trefta on your right.

Parking

Parking at Trefta. Payment via Vipps for Norwegian nationals.

Safety

  • This is a high-mountain trail that is groomed and prepared in stable weather from approximately week 7.
  • Always choose trails based on your ability and current conditions, and remember that the weather changes quickly in the mountains. Turn back in time (or choose another trail). Check the weather forecast on yr.no.
  • Bring extra clothes, food, and drinks so you are better prepared in case something unforeseen happens.

  • For safety, it is also recommended to bring a map and compass.

  • There may be poor/no mobile coverage in parts.

Description

The trail starts with a steady climb for the first couple of kilometres, but it's worth the effort when you reach the top! The trail around the lake is 10.7 km and in addition, there is an up and down hike to the car park that makes the whole trip about 16 km.

See live grooming status of tracks at skisporet.no.

Is you dog with you? There is a leash requirement in all machine-groomed trails during Christmas-, winter-, and Easter holidays. Also note that the leash requirement is valid all season for the ski areanas Gravset (up to 8 km) and Totteskogen, as well as the valley & forest tracks from Gravset in the east to Feten and Lio in the west. Remember that your dog should not hinder anyone and thank you for cleaning up after your dog.