It was an early morning, the second day of Fjällräven Polar 2017. Still a bit sleeping I stumbled past the breakfast buffet … Continue reading Fjällräven Polar 2017 – day 2: Avalanche danger and tears of panic
In October 2016 I learned about the Fjällräven Polar Contest. A contest, organized by the well known outdoor brand, that allowed ordinary … Continue reading Fjällräven Polar 2017 – day 1: Silence is silver, speech is golden
Only two more sleeps till I leave Amsterdam and will travel towards Stockholm to start the adventure of a lifetime. … Continue reading Fjällräven Polar 2017 – An adventure begins!
Okay.. Where to begin? It took me about six days to find the courage to write this. I’m not exactly sure why, … Continue reading Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing
In my previous blog I wrote about the Fjällräven Polar competition and why I work so hysterically hard to win … Continue reading No Guts No Glory!
Last January I left the northern part of Scandinavia with a very bad heart ache. After living in a fairytale for … Continue reading Please help me get to the Arctic wilderness with Fjällräven Polar 2017!
Travelling abroad always teaches you something new. Something special. Whether you eat a local meal for the first time, find … Continue reading 7 things you should know about Norwegians when travelling to Norway
-CLOSED- This post is one on a more personal note. And also a very fun one! Because.. Today’s my birthday! … Continue reading Birthday Giveaway: silver plated Mountain Necklace!
In the region of Ryfylke, close to Sauda, lies Åbødalen. It’s a dusty road through a valley that’s sparsely populated, that’s mostly known … Continue reading Recovery hiking to the Jettegrytene (potholes) in Åbødalen
In the province of Sogn og Fjordane lies the 42 kilometre long Lustrafjord, a tributary of the Sognefjord. The Lustrafjord reaches the … Continue reading Cabin with a view at the Dalsøren Camping in Luster