Through the trees, along the river, across a suspension bridge and into the woods. The hikes here are varied and some of them also family-friendly.
Walk down into the actual canyon on over 400 stairs and learn the exciting story of how the catastrophy which occurred here, shaped the landscape.
Along the paths you can learn how the path of the water ripped violently through the landscape. Several signs will guide you along the way that describe how the water emptied out as well as what animal and birdlife is present in the area. The walk will take you along the river “Indalsälven”, through the forest and out onto meadows. This tour takes you back to the restaurant at the Dead Falls and is signposted. If you want to extend this walk, you can easily combine this tour with a hike to the suspension bridge. The beginning of the system of paths is accesible for persons with mobility issues.
Paths, hiking trails, steps och stones. Hiking boots or trainers are recommended, and during the wettest part of spring, gum boots. A long wooden ramp stretches through the large canyon and provides a great view over the area. This wooden ramp is at its narrowest 98 centimeter wide and has railings on each side the whole way. Some parts of the way are relatively steep at 13 to 14 percent. There are several meeting points and seats along this wooden trail which also takes you to the southern side of the canyon where a larger table and benches are provided under a wooden roof. From this point there are three exciting trail alternatives to choose from:
- The longer hike at ab 7 km through the forest and via the suspension bridge. From here you can return on the same path.
- The trail down into the canyon on wooden stairs and paths which is ab 2 km.
- The ramp back via the outdoor theatre, fäbodar and restaurant.