In 2008, I travelled to Sweden for the first time. It was an outdoorsy holiday with things like bushcrafts, canoeing and hiking. We stayed in the beautiful province of Dalarna in a tiny place called Venjan. My absolute highlight of the week was a two-day, 36 km hike along the Vasaloppsleden trail. It was beautiful! The weather was simply amazing and the nature incredible! Huge chunks of the trail were covered in wood chips, which was really difficult to plough through. We stayed the night at some cabins in the general Evertsberg area. This was the rewarding, stunning view of the place we camped out at and my favourite photo of that trip seven years ago.
Camp with a view
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