M/S Femund II travels on daily basis all summer from Synnervika in the north to Elgå and back. Synnervika The company has its quarters for the crew and warehouses at Synnervika, where the ship is pulled up for the winter. Røa The first place we come to on our trip is Røa, on the east side of the lake. The river Røa is very popular, and this is the most visited area of the nationalpark, covering over 345 square kilometers.
Femundshytten The next stop is on the west side, Femundshytten, originaly a settlement from the mining period. Cabins for rent. The tourist trail from Femundshytten and back to Synnervika is a very beautiful and popular trail, and takes 4-5 hours.
Haugen From Femundshytten we cross the lake over to Haugen on the east side. Anglers going in to the eastern part of the nationalpark usually start from here. In the background you can see the mountain Store Svuku 1.415 m above sea level.
Jonasvollen Our next crossing to the west side takes us to Jonasvollen. Cabins for rent, parking and marked tourist trails.
Revlingen Crossing back to the east side again, we come to Revlingen. 4 km up the hills from here you find the tourist station Svukuriset, run by the Norwegian Tourist Association. Here you will find several marked tourist trails in the nationalpark.
Elgå From Revlingen it is only 8 km to Elgå, the last stop, before we turn and go back the same way. Elgå is a small community, with about 50 inhabitants. There is a fish smokery, hotel, cafees, a nationalpark- centre, a small church, and a grocerystore at Elgå.
Buvika Every tuesday and sunday in July you can go from Elgå to Buvika. Buvika is on the west side of the lake,and on the way we pass Femunds largest iland Sollerøya. The trip gives you a beautiful scenery of the area.