From Strompdalsgården farm, take the trail down to Breivasselva river and across the bridge, continuing a hundred metres. The winter road (vintervegen), which is signposted, follows an old horse track that was built in the 1920s. The trail climbs through old spruce forest before it reaches more open crags dotted with pines. Despite occasional cairns before reaching 248 metres elevation, the trail fades as it leaves the woods. Soon you are treated to a beautiful panorama over Lomsdalen, before the trail descends and joins a cairn-marked route over rocky terrain dotted with tarns and sparse vegetation. Pause at the beautiful Medheiforsen falls, and enjoy one of the finest views where the trail rounds the northernmost tarn. Please be cautious – it’s very steep here! After Dyrbergtjønna tarn you will again see more vegetation. The trail passes through another marshy area before reaching Lomsdalen cabin, which is open for accommodation. If you prefer to pitch a tent, there are some fine spots a bit farther on your hike, near the old Lomsdalsgarden farm.