At Nature Travels we offer a range of options for both guided and self-guided hiking, of varying duration and level of challenge. Self-guided tours are possible throughout the season, but if you're thinking of travelling from mid-August through September and are minimum two persons, a self-guided tour may be the ideal option, as the season for self-guided hikes continues after dates for guided tours are no longer offered.
For example, our Self-guided Hiking on the King's Trail experience northern Sweden is possible up to 21st September. We also offer a range of options for hiking in the southern part of Sweden until later September and into October.
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Climb Sweden's highest mountain on the King's Trail, explore the remote pathless wilderness of Sarek National Park, take a self-guided tour in the mountains of Lapland or Jämtland, or discover the forests and lakes of western Sweden.
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Journey through the vast mountains plains of Lapland in the company of Icelandic horses or discover Natural Horsemanship in the deep forests of Östergötland. Choose between multi-day riding tours into the mountains or excursions from a fixed base.
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Go sea kayaking among the thousands of islands of the eastern and western archipelagos, camping wild along the way or staying in comfortable cabin or guest house. Choose from guided or self-guided kayak tours for all levels of experience.
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With a wide range of landscapes, a rich flora and fauna and distinct seasons each with its own charm, Sweden is a wonderful destination for photographers, whether you are looking for an action shot of a beaver building its dam or a stunning sunset over lakes and forest.
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Spend time with a loved one on a romantic log cabin holiday, try a wood-fired sauna by the lake before taking a dip, explore the forests on foot or by mountain bike, or sleep under canvas on a tipi holiday!
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Mush your own team of Siberian huskies through the Lapland wilderness on a Northern Lights dog sledding tour, discover the challenge and adventure of winter camping on a dog sledding expedition across the Jämtland mountains, explore the wilderness of Finnmark beneath the Aurora Borealis, or take the family on a husky sledding holiday suitable for children.
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Northern Sweden is one of the world's best locations for watching and photographing the Northern Lights. Good possibilities to see the Aurora combined with stunning winter landscapes in daytime make Sweden an ideal location for a winter photo holiday.
A magical and environmentally-sensitive alternative to the pistes and the ideal way to explore the winter mountains and forests. Choose between an introductory course to mountain ski touring or challenging cabin-cabin ski touring expeditions into the wilderness.
Photo: B. Särnmark
A winter log cabin holiday in Sweden is the ideal way to enjoy the magic of winter. We offer a choice of comfortable cabins for couples, families and small groups with activities available from cross country skiing to snowshoeing to ice fishing. Or why not live out the winters of your childhood dreams with a traditional winter holiday on a forest farm?
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