In the end

When I reached Sälka, I checked in at the checkpoint and also said I was going to quit the trail. A nurse came and looked at my knee. She said ‘but you’re knee is strong!’. While that may have been the case (and proof that my physio paid off), the muscles running down from my…

Acceptance

Day three started out really nicely. The view from my tent wasn’t half bad. 🙂 It was chilly but the sun was out, and I was excited to continue hiking. I can’t even remember how early I woke up, but I remember starting to hike around 8.30-9 am. I knew this stretch of the trail…

And just like that…

…the sun came back! After literally being chilled down by rain and wind, it sure was so nice to feel the warmth of the sun on my skin again. And also to see beautiful contrasts in colours appear like on this photo. No matter how tired I was at the time, this sure brought a…

Snow dotted mountains

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 to…

Rain is coming

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 😉