The path starts in a spruce forest and continues through deciduous and pine woods until arriving at the valley called Daurmålsdalen. There are a few inclines after the spruce forest where bare rock can get a bit slippery. The path is otherwise a good one. After arriving at Daurmålsdalen you pass a cabin and continue into the valley on the east side of the river. At the end of this beautiful valley the path takes a steep incline, following the waterfall coming from the lake, Demmevatnet. (If the snow has been slow in melting, there might still be a snowfield covering the path and the waterfall here. In this case we advise you not to continue). It’s not far from the top of the incline to the watershed leading out of Demmevatnet. The hiking markers stop here. (There are unmarked trails going to Gjetingsdalen or to Grønrimb, where you can pick up on tours 31 - 35.)
Season: July – October/November.
Bring food, drinking water and windproof clothing. We advise you to use hiking boots. If it’s been dry for a while you could use trainers/sneakers. We recommend that you bring a map of the area and a compass, or a GPS. Good cell phone signals up and as far as the Daurmålsdalen cabin, after which there is no coverage. Dogs must be kept (by law) on a leash at all times between April 1 and August 20. Open fire is prohibited in the hills and woods between April 15 and September 15. You are free to walk anywhere in the hills and mountains. Take care of the nature and show special consideration to all wildlife. Please do not litter. Ask the Tourist Information («Juklafjord») regarding angling/fishing and the purchase of fishing permits.
Follow road 107, going south from Jondal centre. After about 5.5 km take the first road leaving to the right at the roundabout. After 1.2 km take a left turn towards Stølheim. If continuing by car a toll fee is asked (payment by cash only). The pay point is 0.4 km further up the road. There is an information board, describing the hikes relating to this area. Follow the road about 0.5 km and turn to the right (at the Daurmålsdalen sign). After a couple of hundred meters look for a new sign marking the trail to Daurmålsdalen. Cars can park on the side of the road. Parking at own risk.