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.
The start of 2021 arrived with a snowstorm and I couldn’t be happier. Finally the forests around…
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!
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!
In this post me and Kathrin continue hiking along the St. Olav Waterways in Finland. We go from Grännäs to Korpo and end our journey in a wonderful place.
It’s late September when we get our first stamp at the cathedral in Turku and set out for a four day autumn hike along the St. Olav Waterways.
The sun is warm but the evenings are getting colder, the first frost has hit and I’m layering up for fall with Lundhags Merino Wool garments.
The hike to Helags mountain station goes through a beautiful mountainous landscape with lots of reindeer.
While snowshoe hiking I got to put a new pack to the test. Here’s my review of the GNEIK 34 from Lundhags.
A beautiful October day in Dalarna was spent exploring the rivers and forests near Fjätfallen.