Autumn colors are over for this year now, but come and see six pics!
I've been hiking a lot lately, and therefore I've had too little time for blogging. I try to be more active now! Here's some pics from first snow hikes.
From book reviews: "This really is guidebook writing at its best." "Overall, this is one of the best guidebooks I’ve seen on backpacking in Scandinavia." "The book does a very good job at its two main tasks. Does it make me want to go hiking in Finland? Yes. Does it give me the information I need to do so? Yes." (I stuck this post to the top of my blog, so the newest post is below this one.)
One evening here we only had less than two hours before it got dark. Was there any sense in going for a short canoeing tour? Sure was! Wonderful sunset!
Rock paintings are signs our ancestors made several thousands of years ago. Here I describe top 4 rock painting sites in Finland.
"Our 2019 analysis has found Finland to be the best destination in the world for wildlife travel – thanks to its high levels of environmental sustainability, its unique and varied diversity of species, beautiful natural landscapes, and conservation efforts." Who says so? And on what basis? Let's see.
It is a different feeling to walk along a trail marked for hiking purposes than to walk along an old path that has been in use for centuries. Do you recognize the feeling? Here's information about one especially interesting old route across a roadless wilderness.