Start your walk from the Fredvang main parking at the old Fredvang School, taking you along the village road. Just after the yellow village hall, the path leaves the road on the left hand side and crosses the meadows in towards the mountains. Joining the "Kjerringløypa" (Crone's Walk) around the mountain Børa, the walk starts to ascend up the old cart track towards the Einangen pass, all the time giving excellent views northwards towards the farms, the Ytresand beach — and the ocean.
Reaching the top of the Einangen pass you will see the two small Einangen Lakes, and a glimpse of the view southwards down the Kåkern strait towards the mainland. Follow the path to the right, just before the first lake. Here you'll soon get a short stretch with a rather steep ascent, rewarding you with spectacular views over the ocean towards the other Lofoten Islands and the Vesterålen Islands further north. The path soon flattens out, and undulates softly between the mountains, looking down the Tverrdalen Valley to Torsfjorden and the southern mountains of the island. In clear weather you can see all the way to the mountains on the mainland, and perhaps even catch a glimpse of the Svartisen glacier.
The path, following the edge of the mountain, climbs slowly up the Ryten Mountain, with the views expanding in all directions as you ascend.
Finally reaching the top (543 m, 1780 Ft) you are rewarded by truly stunning views, towards the Fuglehuk Mountain to the North, the peaks of Flakstadøy to the East, and the rugged mountains of Moskenesøya to the South. A cairn marks the very top of the mountain.
Returning down the path the way you came, down to the junction with sign to Kvalvika, it is possible walk along the Forsvatnet Lake and down to the Kvalvika Beach.