Klarälvsleden, 120 km wilderness. Cycling on old country roads, along the Klarälven allows you to enjoy the culture and beautiful nature of northern Värmland in a wonderful way.
The Klarälvsleden, from Sysslebäck to Hagfors, is a 120 km long cycle path that runs on old country roads, through the wilderness, in the northern Klarälv valley. The trail is natural and winds its way past farms and meadows, through large forests and villages, side by side with the mighty Klarälven. The surface is gravel and asphalt, the Klarälvsleden is suitable for cycling and hiking.
In Uddeholm, the Klarälvsleden ends and the paved Klarälvsbanan takes over.
The Klarälvsbanan winds straight through the nature of Värmland, from Hagfors in the north to Karlstad in the south. On the way you pass Uddeholm, Munkfors, Ransäter, Deje, Forshaga and Karlstad in turn.
Klarälvsbanan is a disused embankment, completely asphalted and guaranteed car-free. On the Klarälvsbanan you travel from the dark and friendly forest in the north to an open agricultural landscape in the south.
At the Klarälvsbanan’s southern entrance, there is a signposted cycle path that stretches from Kroppkärrssjön to Mörudden on Hammarö. The distance is 10 km.