Northern lights have already fascinated people in ancient times; bright colours illuminating dark winter skies have always been present in folk art and mythology. Depending on the region, in the past people believed that Aurora Borealis was created by a firefox running quickly thru the snow, or ... Read More about How To Photograph Northern Lights – An Ultimate Guide
'The Jämtland Triangle', this peculiar name was given to a 46 km hike in Sweden's Jamtland County. The core (or vertices) of this Triangle are STF mountain stations: Storulvån Fjallstation, Sylarna Fjallstation and Blåhammaren Fjallstation. The Jamtland Triangle is a very popular hike, well known ... Read More about The Jämtland Triangle – exploring the wilderness in central Sweden
Valadalen is a small settlement in the heart of southern mountains of Åre, in Sweden. The village consists of only several dwellings, a Naturum and Vålådalens Fjällstation - a hotel with many facilities, for visitors to enjoy. So what attracts visitors to this part of the country? The answer is ... Read More about Go hiking in Vålådalen, Sweden!
The summer may be over, but this is not an excuse to lock yourselves at home and hibernate…. at least not yet! Despite the days being shorter and temperatures noticeably lower than in summer time I think autumn is a fantastic time to go hiking! In fact, some hikes may offer even better experience in ... Read More about Hiking in Europe: 11 multi-day trails to explore in autumn
Rago is one of the lesser known national parks in Norway, nonetheless it's an area of great beauty! Located rather far north, at the border with Sweden, Rago National Park can easily be described as 'off the beaten track' hiking destination. What is more, Rago is a wonderful gate for exploration of ... Read More about 2 day circular hike in Rago National Park, Norway