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A Journey in Lapland: The Hard Way to Haparanda

A Journey in Lapland The Hard Way to Haparanda Some years ago the author of this book was persuaded much to his surprise to spend a short holiday walking across part of Lapland between Kiruna in Swedish Lapland and the Norwegian coast south of

  • Title: A Journey in Lapland: The Hard Way to Haparanda
  • Author: R.P. Lister
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some years ago the author of this book was persuaded, much to his surprise, to spend a short holiday walking across part of Lapland, between Kiruna in Swedish Lapland, and the Norwegian coast south of Narvik The country and its people fascinated him, and he returned to make a much longer journey through Swedish Lapland and Norwegian Finnmark up to North Cape, and southwarSome years ago the author of this book was persuaded, much to his surprise, to spend a short holiday walking across part of Lapland, between Kiruna in Swedish Lapland, and the Norwegian coast south of Narvik The country and its people fascinated him, and he returned to make a much longer journey through Swedish Lapland and Norwegian Finnmark up to North Cape, and southwards from Kirkenes along the Russian frontier for a final crossing of the Finnish wilderness.Mr Lister s reactions to a country that can still be justly described as the last wilderness in Europe are fresh and individual This is an attractively written book and what distinguishes it from the generality of travel books is its sheer entertainment value.

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    1 thought on “A Journey in Lapland: The Hard Way to Haparanda

    1. A book of two journeys in the early 1960s to Lapland - which is the north of Norway, Sweden and Finland if in doubt. It is an interesting book, but not that interesting, only because when dealing with Lapland, there is a lot of same and not a whole lot of different.It sounds an amazingly scenic place, unspoilt my mankind, and populated only by the Lapp, many of whom are nomadic. The author is pretty hardcore when it comes to travel commitment. A lot of walking in difficult conditions - cold and [...]

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