When I tell people about my hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, many of the questions I get is about my gear. I can feel that it’s sad that most questions circles around this, especially since I think that a long list of what gear you ”need” is what stops most people to set out
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The Swedish travelling magazine Vagabond releases a special issue about hiking today. 100 pages of only hiking related articles. Perfect to curl up in your couch with to get inspired for your next adventure! And also – an 8-page article about me and my hiking along the Pacific Crest Trail! So if you live in
A massive sound, ground that sinks down under your feet and then starts to slide. First slow but then faster and faster. The panic when you can see the snow coming against you and from looking like just a thin cloud in the distance it quickly starts getting thicker and thicker, bigger and bigger… And
The fall is upon us and the temperature is dropping drastically in Sweden. A few days ago sleet was falling all over Stockholm and most people did their best to stay inside. The days are getting shorter and darker and it’s not the most inspiring time of the year to go out in the wilderness. Therefore, I thought
Bishop – Mammoth Lakes. 118 miles / 190 km – When I did my research for my hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, I read that once you hit the Sierras your tempo will drastically drop. If you were usually doing 20 miles per day you shouldn’t be surprised if you dropped down to 10.
Kennedy Meadows – Bishop. 86 miles / 138 km– – So was it finally time to hit that part of the trail that I had both been excited and worried about: The Sierra Nevada. This was where the desert landscape should change to high, snow covered mountains. Already back in Kennedy Meadows did the discussions
After spending last weekend in northern Sweden, at the High Coast Winter Classic, I’ve decided to share some of the tips I learned during the weekend and that I had most use for! Of course there’re other more obvious things to think about when it comes to winter hiking, such as bringing warmer clothes and