Cody Duncan

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The king of all trails

King’s Trail, or Kungsleden, is Sweden’s longest and most famous trail and mostly frequented during summer. But it’s an equally exciting adventure on skis during winter. Göran Wallin, a keen outdoor e...

2019-04-30

The Arctic light

You might think that in Arctic Sweden, we have darkness or daylight. In the winter, the sun never rises above the horizon, and in the summer, the sun never sets. But in fact, we have light all year ro...

2019-03-06

Speed upon the King’s Trail

The world’s most successful trail runner, Tina Emelie Forsberg, ran the entire King’s Trail in summer 2018. When others take three to four weeks to do a ‘through hike’, Emelie ran it in less than five...

2018-07-03

The national parks

National parks are areas featuring a certain type of landscape, protected to preserve their natural condition. It’s about creating opportunities to experience nature. Swedish Lapland has the most, the...

2017-05-01

A Meeting of Gods

Galileo Galilei gave the northern lights their Latin name Aurora Borealis. A fitting description, to say the least. I’m travelling through inland Lapland, on my way home from a meeting in Arvidsjaur, ...

2016-09-01