Sweden, Travelogue

Outdoor dinner at Huliklippan

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Break that everyday routine up, don’t wait for weekends and vacation time to enjoy yourself and spent time out in nature! I decided to do just that by going for an evening hike with a couple of friends in the middle of the week and it was great.

I got to discover a new place by enjoying a small hike through a beautiful forest where we ended up at Huliklippan with a magnificent view overlooking Huli lake. We also had a wonderful time with our friends and a really nice dinner – nothing quite beats food cooked over an open fire, right?

I am sure to return here, both to enjoy the view and also go for a swim in the small lake down below.

62° 26′ 6.2628” N 17° 14′ 35.4156” E

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

Photo © Rania Rönntoft | Northbound Journeys | www.northboundjourneys.com

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Published by Rania Rönntoft

In the forests of Sundsvall, a small northern town between two mountains, Rania found herself and her passion: living a slower life rich in experiences instead of things. Here she works as a freelancing photographer, content creator and teacher. Through her pictures she wants to inspire others to spend more time outdoors and show that the adventure is not far away. She travels a lot in Scandinavia and works with other destinations to promote our beautiful country, she also arranges workshops on visual storytelling and local adventures.

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