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Be a part of it. Don't fight it. Nature. #LeviLapland #Finland #Lapland #summer #hike    ©MarikaLindström     (photoshoot: nature and hiking pics for Levi)

Don't fight it. ©MarikaLindström (photoshoot: nature and hiking pics for Levi)

These stones in Sweden are also named Ale's Stenar, or Ale's Stones. They're being researched for many different theories.

A Swedish Stonehenge? Stone Age Tomb May Predate English Site

Giant Ship - Ale's Stones are perched on a seaside cliff in the Swedish village of Kåseberga and consist of 59 massive boulders arranged in the outline of a ship.

Hiking in Kevo, Utsjoki

Hiking in Kevo, Utsjoki

Hiking in Lapland

Hiking in Lapland.

Lapland Classic - Huikonen hike

Local trekking experiences

Lapland Classic - Huikonen hike

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Experience Swedens most beautiful nature.

hiking in lapland

hiking in lapland

Struve Geodetic Arc The Struve Arc is a chain of survey triangulations stretching from Hammerfest in Norway to the Black Sea, through 10 countries and over 2,820 km. These are points of a survey, carried out between 1816 and 1855 by the astronomer Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Struve, which represented the first accurate measuring of a long segment of a meridian. This helped to establish the exact size and shape of the planet and marked an important step in the development of earth sciences and…

©UNESCO / Vujicic-Lugassy, Vesna - Belarus - Estonia - Finland - Latvia - Lithuania - Norway - Republic of Moldova - Russian Federation - Sweden - Ukraine - Struve Geodetic Arc

Lapland Classic - Pikkumutka hike

Local trekking experiences

Lapland Classic - Pikkumutka hike

Night hiking in the Land of the Midnight Sun

Night hiking in the Land of the Midnight Sun - thisisFINLAND

Kungsleden, Sweden

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When the temperature drops below -20º Celsius, and the air has just the right amount of ice crystals, this beautiful phenomenon of light pillars happens. It's not a photographic trick, they're visible to the naked eye.

When the temperature drops below Celsius, and the air has just the right amount of ice crystals, this beautiful phenomenon of light pillars happens. It's not a photographic trick, they're visible to the naked eye.

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