10 – 17 September 2016
7,000 Europeans are planning to travel to beautiful Southern Sweden for a hiking event between the 10th and 17th of September. Check out Eurorando 2016 .
There are around 50 designated trails – some I have explored and many are on my ‘hit-list’. My first is described as ‘boats, trees and water on an enchanting path’. The path wanders through what the New York Time’s calls the ‘Swedish Rivera’ – starting in Båstad and ending in Torekov.
Being from Minnesota and an MPR fan, I can almost hear Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s voice as she interviews foodie(s). Rounding-off with a statement like ‘do you know what I would do with all that fresh kale’? Maybe she would share advice on a marinade for the grass-fed organic steak that I bought at Lindegren’s farm, as I was walking through.
Why should the Europeans have all the fun? I am sure there are plenty of ‘Swedes’ in the US that would love to see the Karl-Oskar and Kristina’s home country. The weather is perfect. The food is in season. I can help you staycay like a Swede. What are you waiting for? I will be happy to help you.
Still not convinced?
Like one of my Facebook page StayCay or Insta @staycay.se. You can check out the inspiration page at StayCay. Be sure to check back later this Spring for media from the trail. I plan to make the 4,5 hour hike with my family…
Update: Check out the film we made from Båstad – Hovs Hallar
StayCay – like a Swede