The next day, they travelled by train to Bispgården, where they had lunch at the Tourist Hotel. Then they continued by horse-carriage on a dusty road to the landing-stage in Utanede. All along the way, the road was decorated with the most beautiful things that the lush Ragunda Valley could produce.
Lots of people had come from near and far to see and honour the exotic guests. From notes made by the King's secretary, it is obvious that the royal party felt very honoured by the people's ovations.
The steamer Liden reversed from the landing-stage at Edset, made its always dangerous but well-calculated turn in the middle of the roaring waters, and King Chulalongkorn left Ragunda and continued his voyage downstream along the beautiful river down to Sundsvall.
When the dusty road near Utanede was improved fifty years later, people were reminded of the Thai king's visit, and it was consequently named "King Chulalongkorn's Road".