This summer I finally got to visit beautiful Grövelsjön. In this article I will guide you to some really good spots for food, accommodations, hikes and beautiful scenery as well as slow things to do when you need to recover in between activities.
We explored Styggforsen, a nature reserve shaped by a meteorite strike that hit the Siljan area 377 million years ago. This place is home to a lot of history, lore and deep forests.
Sleep in a treehouse, snowshoe hike through fields of crystals and soar through the forest on a dogsled. These are my tips for a winter weekend in Dalarna.
It’s becoming a yearly tradition t travel to enjoy a weekend in Dalarna at the end of summer. This time we explored nature in Dala-Floda.
It’s becoming a Sunday tradition to head outside with our friends to cook and have lunch by a fire. It’s lovely to enjoy nature like this!
We finally have a car and can now go further and deeper into nature! Last weekend we gathered some friends and had lunch by a small forest lake.
November is grey and dark and it’s easy to feel depressed, so here are my tips to on how to get out and see the beauty in bad weather!
As I travel alone I realise how much I enjoy it. During a slowcation in Örebro I get to wind down, focus on work and find new inspiration.
Hiking in Vålådalen, located in Jämtland, is beautiful and the STF Mountain Station located at the base of Ottfjället is a great base camp!
Spending a weekend in Östersund is lovely. It’s close to forests and mountains with a good selection of local shops and restaurants.
Nature in Dalarna is breathtaking and you can easily spend a very active outdoor summer in Sälen hiking, biking and canoeing. Nature is very accessible for all ages and fitness levels.
Bikepacking is a great way to travel sustainably, enjoy an active staycation and to get outside without the need of a car, bus or train.
We headed out for some evening bouldering at Juniskär and in the evening sun we climbed, snacked and laughed. Scoured our legs against the rock and went for a swim.
We needed a breather from the every day life so we rented a cabin and spent a weekend in Järvsö where I went exploring nature in the rain.
In these times when so much is changing nature is what we need. It’s accessible, safe and free and you do not have to travel far to experience magic!