Stockholm is beautiful city to bike in. With a bike and a and SL Access card you can head wherever you want around the city. Cycling has grown increasingly popular in Stockholm. Around 100 00 people use their bikes every day. A lot of them use their bikes as a mode of transportation, but you […]Read more
Take the commuter train from Stockholm to Bålsta, walk on soft trails through beautiful forests and small villages to a baroque castle, where you can have a “fika” at an old petrol station turned into café. The 400 kilometer long Upland Trail has a lot of unexpected trail magic.Read more
With a little help from goblins, trolls, giants and other supernatural beings the artist Åsa Rydén is trying to entice kids to explore the nature. The Fairytale Path in Åre is meant to be a mix between outdoor and storytelling.Read more
So you like training and running in the woods, and you’re bit bored? What to do? Get your friends together and arrange your own triathlon.Read more
Making flips from rooftops, stand on your hands on a stump, jump up on a wall – now there’s a name for it. Parkour – the sport, art form and lifestyle – is growing rapidly in Sweden and perhaps fastest in the city of Helsingborg on the Swedish southwest coast.
Gunnika Isaksson-Lutteman was longing to spend more time outdoors. But she simply never got around to do it. Then, last year, she decided to have an adventure, or 52 to be more precise.Read more
Wintertime and holiday doesn’t have to mean the Alps or the Swedish mountains. For foreign visitors and locals with small reserves there’s plenty of adventures around Stockholm.Read more