About 100,000 people visit the two national parks annually. The main entrance, the Njupeskär entrance, is located about 150 kilometres from Mora, and about 60 kilometres from Idre.
About the activity
The park’s main entrance with parking, information boards, naturum visitor centre, café, rest cabin Björbäckstugan and WCs. A two-kilometre hike to the Njupeskär waterfall, the park’s most popular attraction. "Ugglan" is situated on a hill before you get to the Njupeskär entrance. Affords an excellent view of the national park and the Njupeskär canyon. Displays, rest area. The road to the Njupeskär entrance is plowed all year round, but there are only summer trails starting from here.
Parking. Starting point for snowmobile trails and summer and winter hiking trails towards the Rösjöarna and Tangsjöarna. Rest cabin and outhouse. The road to this entrance is plowed during wintertime.
Starting point for snowmobile trails and summer and winter hiking trails towards Drevfjällen, Lillådalen and Fulufjället. The poststigen route towards Särna begins here, and the southern Kungsleden (King’s Trail) passes this point. Small community with café, restaurant and snowmobile rentals.
Starting point for the Göljåleden trail (very hard to walk). Observation tower. Rest cabin Göljåstugan 5km from the entrance. Not plowed during wintertime.
Rest cabin. Two-kilometre walk to Tangå cabin with sleeping accommodations. The road is plowed during wintertime, and both summer and winter hiking trails start from here.
One-kilometre walk to Björnholm cabin with sleeping accommodations. Emergency telephone. The southern Kungsleden (King’s Trail) passes this point. The road is plowed during wintertime, and both summer and winter hiking trails start from here.