The Basque Country from above

On our trip to the spanish Basque Country, from which we returned just a couple of hours ago, we got the chance to climb some lesser known peaks. The Basque Country has an absolutely stunning geography- there’s steep cliffs by the sea, rolling hills all over the place, with the occasional pointy mountain, randomly thrownContinue reading “The Basque Country from above”

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Tresticklan Nationalpark by ski (plus a moose sighting)

There’s places where every swede seems to go to, for cross-country skiing or to spend their weekend in a cabin: Åre, Idre, Jämtlandsfjällen. There’s other places, far closer to the big cities like Gothenburg, where very few people go. One of those places is definitely Tresticklan Nationalpark. It’s pristine, wild, rather easy to reach, butContinue reading “Tresticklan Nationalpark by ski (plus a moose sighting)”

Vildmarksleden

Today we decided to enjoy the cold and the sunshine outdoors and walked a bit on the Vildmarksleden. This trail is 40km long and goes from Hindås to Skatås, close to Gothenburg. We didn’t walk all of the trail, of course. After a couple of kilometers we sat down in a shelter, made a fireContinue reading “Vildmarksleden”

New Year’s Eve in the forest

I’d rather spend New Year’s Eve in the forest than downtown. Instead of going to a party or looking at the fireworks, we spent the last/first night of the year sleeping in a shelter just outside of Gothenburg. I’d chose sitting by the fire with some friends anytime again over the noise of the cityContinue reading “New Year’s Eve in the forest”