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Due to the pandemic, but also to celebrate that 2021 will be The year of Outdoors life in Sweden - we at Traceless in Tiveden, wants to share some practical outdoor-hacks and our thoughts about outdoors life, here at our blog. We hope to contribute with knowledge and inspiration in a time when many longs to be in the wild. 

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To dehydrate and compose your own meals is pretty simple and fun. It takes some time and effort, but planning your meals and drying the food also becomes part of the upcoming adventures. I like that I get to choose my own meals and seasonings. In this post, I share how i dry my food for outdoors - in room...

Sesame cookies

02/04/2021

Easter is a weekend of celebrations, here in Sweden it's also a five days off for many of us. (Unless you work as a nature guide, then you work while everyone else is on vacation). Why not treat yourself and your dear ones with some sweets in the woods? Our guide Lovisa has made sesame cookies, and here's the recipe!...

Spring is on its way, in most parts of Sweden, and we're longing for new adventures canoeing and hiking. But before we set off into the new season and put our winter gear into storage, it's time to check on it. What needs reapir or some extra care? And what about your paddles, lighter hiking boots etc? In this post...

DIY: Drybags

19/03/2021

Drybags are great both on your canoe adventures and in your backpack when hiking. I've made my own drybags from a pair of cut off-jeans, linseed oil, a leather strap and carbines.

On request, I'll share what's in my backpack when going for a weekend hike. Even though the photos are sunny, I knew I was in for a wet weekend in the canoe. As you can see, I'm not packing a lot of light weight stuff, since I'm mostly paddling and then the canoe carries it for me. But I use...

Featuring Wilda Nilsson and Alma Bågefalk. Outdoors life is amazing in many aspects, a moment to step outside of traditional stereotypes and a safe place to be one self. But it can also slip into the opposite. Patriarchy slips in, from mansplaining, to who does the cooking/fetches firewood, who dares to sleep alone outdoors, who sits where in the...

Safe on ice

26/02/2021

Today we've the honor to present our friend and first guest blogger: Jonas Sjöblom! In this post Jonas will share some tips for anyone who wants to get out on natural ice. With knowledge, company, gear, experience and curiosity, we're taking the first steps towards feeling safe and confident on ice.

On demand, here's a post about hiking with a dog! To bring our furry friends on adventures in nature is cosy, fun and you couldn't bring a more eager hiking companion! There are some things though to keep in mind, to keep our little friends happy along the entire trail.

Why you shouldn't ditch your old merino! The new life of your under garments! Long live merino under garments! I had a lot of fun headlines for this post. But in short, it all comes down to up-cycling old woolen clothes.

Fresh snow is magical in many ways. Personally I'm very found of the whispering sound of skiis through the soft powder snow. But it's also awesometo get yourself out, trodding, on snow shoes or skiis to track widlife. In the snow lies "facebook of the woods" for anyone to read if curious, inquisitive and accurate. I can't say I'm an...