The weather was a lot colder and more changeable than during my first attempt to hike the Fjällräven Classic. This time there was more snow on the mountains and heaps lower on those mountains as well. Makes for a pretty picture to see the snow dotted about, and just as long as I don’t have toContinue reading “Snow dotted mountains”
After the downpour of rain on the second day of my Fjällräven Classic adventure, the sky stayed grey for a while. Still gorgeous landscape to trek through! With the sun gone, it was quite chilly, so it was best to just keep moving to stay warm!
People look like tiny little specks in this vast landscape. It really puts everything into perspective.
As pretty as these pictures look, soon after I took them…we gotta whooole lotta rain. And mud up to my knees is really so exciting! 😛 On the plus side, when wearing a few layers it saves weight in your pack! See, there’s always a positive 😉
Saturday morning, August 12th. I woke up really early, like around 6 am. Not because I’m such an early bird, but simply because an air mattress isn’t as comfortable as my own bed. It was chilly in the morning, so I wore a few layers to keep warm. I made myself a cup of teaContinue reading “Rise and shine”
I just love the green from the vegetation, the earth tones from the soil and rocks, and the greys from the sky and mountains. It’s such a stunning landscape and I’m mesmerised by all that beauty, which is further amplified by the fast flowing water meandering through it all.
After my break, I hiked on towards the first checkpoint at Kebnekaise Fjällstation. The terrain started getting rockier and the weather was getting moody. The rest of the kilometers I walked in either rain or drizzle. Nothing too crazy, but it took some getting used to after starting out so sunny and nice. In theContinue reading “Moody”
How’s this for a lunch spot? I really love this view, the huge clouds with the bright blue in between. I could happily sit here for a while enjoying the view and just watching the clouds roll by.