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.
Right now the ice on lakes is thawing out. It's not possible to walk or ski on the lakes, but it's not possible to canoe on them either. This happens for a couple of weeks every late autumn and late winter. See pics!
What is spring? Walking on paths decorated with green and flowers? Or skiing?
Photos from some of the most beautiful ski tracks in Finnish Lapland.
There are good aspects in city life, but there are very good aspects in living far into the countryside, too. We live in the middle of forest, and we enjoy that. See what animal tracks we have spotted lately!
After these last two months let's now return to more normal kind of hiking. Two short stories of hiking with kids in winter: skiing and skating.
Skiing in white-out for many days... How is it going to be with our goal to stand on top of Finland, Halti fell, when the millennia changes? Is it too stormy? No, we get extraordinarily good weather for that very day! Our two months long backpacking expedition across Lapland ends in this post. I also ponder what did I learn/get from this hike.
Have you ever celebrated Christmas in wilderness? Try it some day, I recommend! Here's how we spent our Christmas in a wilderness hut 50 km from nearest road. Naturally also lots of skiing in this post.
Week seven out of nine... Do you know how to camp in -32°C, in snowy conditions? Here's some tips.
Our journey continues in cold and beautiful weather. You know what's the most implausible thing about Game of Thrones? I'll tell you what.