Common Questions

Common questions my guests may ask. Are you curious about an experience or an adventure but not sure if it suits you? Read through and you might get an answer right away. If you do not find the answer to your question, do not hesitate to send an email to

How do I get there?
I operate in the western Jämtlandsfjällen, with Trondheim in Norway as the nearest city and Östersund, Sewden, a little further away. Here the mountain is a few steps away. The easiest way to get here is by train, plane or car. Read more about it here.

Do I have to pay the full amount when booking?
No, you pay 20% of the price at booking and the rest 30 days before you arrive.

I have food allergies, can I still join?
Yes of course. Email me your allergies in good time, preferably when you book your experience. Email

What is the weather like in the mountains during the summer?
The weather can change very quickly in the mountains. It can be 30 plus degrees celsius and lovely bathing temperatures but also 1 plus degree Celsius and rain mixed with snow. Read the packing list carefully and feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Be prepared for all types of weather when traveling to the mountains.

How do I book?
Booking is easy. Click on the “book now” button. Choose a date and fill in the booking form. When booking, you pay 20% now and the remaining amount 30 days before you arrive.

I’m curious about the winter mountain course, but I haven’t skied. Can I still join?
Yes, this is a course for those who want to learn the basics of skiing, outdoor life in winter and the mountains in particular. The requirements are that you must have a basic level of fitness with regular walks at home and preferably a previous stay in the summer mountains, e.g. easier mountain hiking. We learn skiing technique from the ground up.

The mountain hike I want to go on is fully booked, can you arrange a few more?
Email me your wishes and we’ll see what can be solved. Email

Are you a group of 4-8 people who want to go on their own mountain hike or course with a guide? Book your private guide. Email me and we’ll arrange a wonderful experience!

How tough are the hikes?
The hikes and other activities are graded on a scale between 1-5, where 5 is the most difficult and physically demanding. Most of the hikes are on a 2-3. Get in touch if you have more questions about levels of difficulty. Email

How cold is it to camp in the winter?
The weather can vary greatly during spring-winter in the mountains. Daytime temperatures of a few minus degrees down to -10 degress celsius are normal, if we have clear nights the temperature can drop down to -15/-20 degrees Celsius. The cold can be dressed against and is rarely a problem, the wind is the one that causes problems.

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