George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography
After last year’s trip to Finnish Lapland, I was keen to see more of this part of the world. So this year we thought we’d try Sweden. Abisko is a national park in Northern Sweden, approximately 200km north of the Arctic Circle. It’s a rugged and wild national park, best explored with snow shoes or cross-country skis during winter. However, there is a small town on the edge of the park, which is serviced by road and rail, so it’s easy enough to get there. The real trick up Abisko’s sleeve is it’s reputation for the northern lights, AKA ‘aurora’. It’s guarded by the mountains which surround it in almost every direction. These typically hold back the clouds, and provide Abisko with more clear nights than other arctic destinations. But more of that later.
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