A few weeks ago I experienced one of the most peculiar nights I can remember. A new location, fun circumstances and a totally unfamiliar accommodation.
We had planned a break day somewhere in the middle of our hike, just so we can dry our gear and rest our feet a moment.
On the third day we didn't cover that much distance. We wanted to relish the view.
After a good night's sleep we made breakfast in the Suomunruoktu hut.
I think we really needed it, based on the hours upon hours of chattering.
I took part in WAFA (Wilderness Advanced First Aid) training in Vierumäki last week.
Suomen Latu arranged two women's fell hikes in August of 2017 in the Urho Kekkonen National Park.
Wilderness and nature guide degree is formed from five parts.
Do you feel like a hike in the fells with your kids or friends sounds too risky?