Ranging from Kiruna in the far north and south to Jämtland province, northern Sweden offers a wide-open alpine landscape to the west, forests in the middle and farmlands along the coast. The alpine rivers run from the mountains to the Bothnian shore offering brown trout and grayling. In the undammed rivers are salmon and ocean trout, while the many waters are home to pike and perch; farther west there is char. Summers are short and the nights; farthest north the midnight sun amazes.
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Stories from north Sweden
Northern Sweden is an enormous land area with uncounted lakes, rivers and jokks, Sami for creek,...
Northern Sweden and what in common parlance is called Lapland is an immense area embracing a thir…
For anyone seeking silence and immense spaces, the alpine world of northern Sweden is a fulfilme…