• kungsleden hike
    Sweden,  We12hike

    Kungsleden hike: from Kvikkjokk to Saltoluokta

    In the summer of 2018 we hiked two sections of the Kungsleden hike in Sweden: from Ammarnäs to Hemavan and from Kvikkjokk to Saltoluokta. The latter is one of the least walked sections, but certainly not one of the least beautiful. Because of the various lakes that you cross by boat, this particular section is a bit more complicated than the other sections. That’s why I’ll tell you all about it in this article so that you are well prepared for your journey. Enjoy reading!   About the Kungsleden hike in Sweden The Kungsleden Trail (the “King’s Trail”) is Sweden’s most popular multi-day hike. The more than 400 kilometer long…

  • Vålådalen Natuurreservaat
    Sweden,  We12hike

    Adventure in Vålådalen Nature Reserve, Sweden

    While the raindrops hit the windows and the wind howls around the house, we grab our phones again. Rain, rain and more rain. It’s August 2019 and we are in Norway, where we have rented a cabin in the Åkrafjord. Apart from one day we have only had rain so far and it doesn’t seem to get much better in the next days. We look at each other and know that staying in Norway is not an option. The next day we load our luggage in Rudolph the Volvo, get in the car and take off to our beloved Sweden. David knows a nice place where we could possibly hike…

  • wild camping in sweden
    Sweden,  We12inspire

    Wild camping in Sweden: this is what you should know

    One of the things we really love about Sweden is that you can go wild camping. The Everyman’s Right (Right of Public Access) in Sweden, or the Allemansrätten, means that you roam freely everywhere. This therefore not only applies to camping, but also to hiking, horse riding and canoeing, for example. During our various road trips in Scandinavia in recent years we have made the best use of the possibility of wild camping in Sweden. Since there are a number of rules regarding the freedom camping in Sweden, we have written this useful article for you so that you can prepare for your Sweden trip the best way possible. Enjoy…

  • Fulufjället National Park
    Sweden,  We12inspire

    Fulufjället National Park in Sweden: all you need to know

    To be honest, Fulufjället National Park in Sweden is a bit touristy, but with good reason. Here you will find not only the highest waterfall in Sweden, but also an endless supply of hiking trails, mountain bike tours and … the oldest tree in the world! For us, this was reason enough to pay a visit to Fulufjällets Nasjonalpark while in Sweden. In this article you will find all our tips for this special place. Enjoy reading!   About Fulufjället National Park The Fulufjället National Park exists, just like its little sister Sonfjället National Park, mostly of a large mountain: a fjället. Technically, this mountain consists of two national parks…