In August 2020 I explored Sweden with backpack and tent. After a ferry ride from Swinemünde to Ystad, I traveled north by bus and train. Accompanied by lucky coincidences, I walked through the colorful alleys of Ystad, went hiking on the Kullen Peninsula, climbed through the funny wooden sculpture “Nimis” and partied and slept under the open sky at a lake in beautiful Gothenburg. In the following posts I report about my experiences on the hikes along Höga Kusten and through Swedish Lapland.
I am sitting in the bus from Stockholm to Hornöberget full of excitement for my first long distance hiking trail in Sweden, the Höga Kusten-leden. On my journey north, it's practically on the way...
The Swedish Höga Kusten – Heading north on the High Coast Trail
During my trip through Sweden, the Kungsleden - the King's Path - was not to be missed. The northern Kungsleden is 425 km long and leads from Hemavan in the south to Abisko in the north...
The northern part of the northern Kungsleden or also the Dag Hammarskjöldsleden