The Scandinavian Wilderness is for everyone to explore. Hike or ski the mountains depending which season. Enjoy the midnight sun or the aurora. Kayak the archipelago or the Norwegian fjords. Get away in a canoe in the thousands of lakes. There is something for everyone in the Scandinavian Wilderness.


  • Scandinavia is wild. The four least populated countrys in Europe based on population density is Iceland, Norway, Finland and Sweden. This means that there is lots of remote wilderness to explore and no crowd.
  • Freedom to explore. In the Scandinavian countrys we have the law Freedom To Roam. There is small differences between the countrys but it basically means that you can explore and camp anywhere you want without the need to ask for permission.
  • Easy accessible. Event though the Scandinavian Wilderness is remote it is still quite accessible. The Scandinavian countrys generally have good infrastructure. For example, one of the most famous hiking trails in Scandinavia , Kungsleden (Kings Trail) starts at the Abisko train station which has daily connections with Stockholm.



Approximately where Dalarna meets Härjedalen and the Swedish mountain range starts you find Töfsingdalen National Park. A national park that few have heard of and even fewer have visited. The national park is desolate and it is difficult to get here. No roads go here and the hiking trails in the area take you to …


Among Kolmården’s forests is Fjällmossen nature reserve with its large bogs. Here you find hiking trails and nice shelters for those who want to explore and spend the night in the bog. Watch the video for more info from Fjällmossen This tour started at the shelters located at lake lilla Göljen. At the small lake …

Skating at Kvarnsjön

One of the first lakes to provide good ice for skating in the Stockholm area is Kvarnsjön in Lissma. Because the lake is narrow and very shallow, the ice settles here long before other lakes. This is where the skating premiere usually begins and there is usually good ice here already in November. The lake …