Welcome To My New Blog

I have got a lot of questions lately about my absence from blogging. The truth is that I have been really busy in the mountains, but also that we have been working on this new page together with the boys at Hjärtat Åre. I think they have done a really good job and from now on this will be where I post everything concerning adventures and reflections on life.

As I’m trying to be active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram I doubt I will do updates daily as I used to do, but I’m still aiming to share the instant thoughts from the edge as they pop up in my inner dialogue and the happenings and details from our everyday adventures, hopefully a couple of times a week.

If you are interested in what I do, go over and follow me on the social media sites, and like that I’ll keep you informed when things are moving over here.

Also, check out the videos we have produced in the last few years, my old inner reflections on life and our last year’s mountain adventures in the menu above.

I’m also in the midst of my mountain guide education and I’m planning to slowly move back to guiding and coaching high-end skiers and mountaineers a few weeks or months every year. So if you feel like you know how to ski and/or have experience from climbing and if you are looking for a guide for the years to come, please give me a shout.

As the site is new, and we haven’t been able to check and double check every detail of it, please let me know if you find any bugs or things in need of fixing! Thanks!

Once again: Thanks Teodor, Örjan and Jonas at Hjärtat Åre for this site. I will recommend your high end work to anyone in need of a website!

I hope you are all having the time of your lives, and that I’ll see you on a mountain somewhere in the not too distant future!



Låktatjåkka Mountain Station, Sweden

Preparing for a long ski in the arctic dusk at Låktatjåkka Mountain Station, Sweden. Photo: Fredrik Schenholm



1 Comment

  1. Morroi
    20 January, 2013

    Excellent looking site. The only “but” about it is that there’s no RSS feed for the blog. Shame!

    Keep up the good work.