Going out to nature does good to us, that is generally known. It's always fun, and sometimes you encounter even more. I saw this weekend something special, a first in my life.
Is there snow where you live? Finland is divided into two this winter: in south there is no snow, in north there is plenty. See some snowy pics!
Story about ski touring across wilderness areas in Lapland. More pics and less text this time.
What do you mean by word skiing? And what about winter hiking, can you do it in your country without skis? This is a long post.
This is a true story of a winter backpacking tour in -50°C. Weather forecasts had predicted -25, but the truth was... memorable!
If you want to head deep into a wilderness, you should rather choose another season than midwinter. But if you know what you are doing, of course it is always possible to go for a longer trek. Let's see the most challenging conditions Finland has to offer.
I had first thought I would always tell about one nice hike during the month I'm writing the current blog post, but then I started to think that as I begin the blog in December, I will not lure anyone to hike in Finland if I only describe my hikes in December and January... Those are the harshest months of our year. So I decided I will select always two opposite months! In December I'll tell about a longer ski tour in December, but also about a summer day hike in June. In January the months I'll be telling about are January and July, and so on.