What to bring

Wonder what to bring on your trip to Sweden? Well, we have set up some useful packing lists for you. And don’t forget to bring a big smile!

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Packing list April – November

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Very important:

  • Rain proof clothing
  • Proper shoes, preferably waterproof. For example hiking boots, rubber boots or hiking shoes

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Useful to bring:

  • Outdoor clothing for hiking (please avoid white/yellow colours)
  • Warmer clothing for cold nights (for example thermal underwear)
  • Warm hat for cold nights
  • Extra pair of socks (in case you get wet)
  • Camera (turn off any sounds)
  • Binoculars (at least 6 x 32 recommended)
  • Head lamp (with new batteries)
  • Water bottle
  • Snacks
  • Cash for souvenirs

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Packing list December – March

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Very important:

  • Outdoor Winter clothing in three layers:
    Layer 1) Thermal underwear (wool or synthetic, not cotton)
    Layer 2) Insulation layer (down, fleece or wool).
    Layer 3) Shell layer (wind and water proof jacket and trousers).
  • Warm socks (wool or synthetic, not cotton)
  • Extra pair of warm socks
  • Warm hat and gloves (covering ears, designed for temperatures down to -30 C degrees)
  • Warm waterproof Winter boots (at least medium high boots, can be stored in our minivan)

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Useful to bring:

  • Camera (turn off any sounds)
  • Binoculars (at least 8x recommended)
  • Head lamp (with new batteries)
  • Vacuum flask/thermos (for hot drinks)
  • Snacks
  • Cash for souvenirs
  • (We provide cross country skis that fit most regular hiking/rubber boots. Bring your own skis if you like, but they need to be broad and suitable for deep snow.)

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Let us know if you need any advise on what equipment to bring.

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