Reindeer, watch out! Here I come, Pompe, the TravellerDog! I will bark at every reindeer I see! I don’t do any harm, but I need to let everyone know that a capable (and fluffy) TravellerDog is in the area.
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What to do in the Swedish mountains in summer? Have a look at Plan a Trip – Sweden. When we were there, we did a lot of hiking in the rugged and relaxing forests and mountains, I sniffed around, and just enjoyed the cool comfortable temperatures.
The Swedish mountains are not high (the highest one is only 2,100m high). The cold temperatures and scarsity of sunshine during the winter months makes the nature quite special.
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The easiest way to get to the Swedish mountains, in my view, is by train. The ride is comfortable and quite dog-friendly. Have a look at the pictures of me traveling to Östersund by train.
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Camping is free in Scandinavia, as long as you respect nature, don’t litter and don’t camp within eyesight of someone’s house. So, traveling there is easy. You can read more about the rules for free camping in Sweden at Naturvårdsverket.
One night we stayed at this lovely lean-to and picked cloud berries on a nearby swamp. Mama let me taste the cloud-berry jam she had made on her camping-kitchen. I quite liked it!
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