Abisko Nationalpark Warnings and Dangers

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    Snow sense

    by Sjalen Updated Jan 6, 2005

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    When driving, check these poles on the road side to see where the roadside starts if there is a lot of snow. As for hiking, you must always have sensible clothes, even if the weather looks good when you set off. It can change in five minutes. This is especially valid wintertime of course, but don't think summer can't be awful too if you are stuck in a storm on the high fell, often with snow still lingering on the peaks. For this reason, you should always tell the people you leave behind exactly where you plan to hike and of course have updated maps of the area. In winter, a lightweight snow shuffle is also good if you will be out in mountain areas and not just a make a short cross country track ski tour. If you're not experienced, you should of course not venture too far on your own. Your tracks are quickly blown over by new snow in a storm and the wooden crosses to mark the paths are all over the place when you are confused...

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    Do not eat those

    by Gili_S Written May 4, 2007

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    I am sure you all know it already, but just in case, do not eat those kinds of mushrooms, they are certainly not good for your health.

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