Sweden’s most beautiful dream-like lakes (part2)
Lake Torne trask is one of the largest and northernmost lakes in the country, which translates as “Swamp Lake”. This name is more due to the soft, spongy soils around it, rather than to the turbidity that we see in other swamps in Europe and North America.
The southern end of the lake is part of the Abyssinian National Park, which attracts visitors from all over Scandinavia and Europe. The lake is usually covered with ice from November to June, but then the ice melts for a short time. Due to the weather conditions of this region, it is one of the best places to visit the “aurora borealis” phenomenon; Amazing scenery that even the photos dazzle the eye, let alone the presence in the area and the touch of so much beauty from close range. Winter recreation in the area includes ice fishing, dog sledding, and camping with local guides.
The beauty of the scenery of Lake Solijan is mostly seen in the hills and forests around it. The lake is located in the central province of Dalarta, at its widest point, is about 10 km wide, and is wider and wider than many Swedish lakes.
The island of Solron, northwest of the lake, is a great destination for athletes, nature lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts, and its beauty is even greater in the spring and summer months. The exotic towns along the shores of the lake are known for their unique architecture, narrow streets, and the charm of the old world, which makes visitors feel like they have traveled for a century or two.
Lake Hjalmaren is one of Sweden’s recreational destinations with its many islands, clear waters, and proximity to Stockholm. This is a haven for travelers who live in the city, looking for an open and great space experience but do not want to spend a lot of time in the car and long distances.
Most of the surrounding areas is beautiful forests and fields that are great subjects for photography. The surrounding lands are characterized by relatively low water, dense vegetation, protruding cliffs, and tree stumps in many bays and lakes; and of course, they are excellent habitats for predatory fish such as pike.
Although in this area you will not see a mountain in the background of the surrounding landscape, the flatness of the earth creates a vast space of lake and forest views, without any material that this open space evokes a sense of calm and freedom.