Here are some of the adventures I have been on that I also happen to have documented. The E1 trails are still works in progress, so check back for updates. There are also some trip reports linked in the tabs above that are more specific to general backpacking and Ultralight backpacking that you can also check out.
Nearly all of my trips are here in Sweden, and a good place to start if you've never been to Sweden before is to read a post I wrote concerning some general tips and more information on backpacking in Sweden.
Long Trail Guides:
My Complete Guide to Bohusleden
My Complete Guide to Bergslagsleden
My Guide to the European Long Distance Path 1 (E1) Trails in Sweden
Other Random, Shorter Trail Guides/Trip Reports:
Mallorca, Spain, overnight SUL trip (summer 2011)
Lärkeskogsleden*, Alingsås, Sweden, overnight first XUL trip (summer 2012)
* Note that this trail is no longer being maintained, and there are no future plans to do so either (more info here in Swedish). So if you want to explore this trail, hike at your own risk--though for experienced backpackers, an abandoned trail can be a great experience that is literally off the beaten path. You will need to buy a local map and it helps a lot to ask around with locals.
Local, unnamed trail outside of Göteborg, overnight trip turned long day trip (January 2013)
Father-son trips! Just a quick reflection on an older father-son trip with my older son and a more recent trip with my younger son (July 2015).
Hyssnaleden (March 2016)
Random, off-trail, overnight trip. (April 2016)
Bjursås Vildmarksleden (February 2017)
Some nice feedback about my guides:
07/09/2104 via email -- Hi Cesar, I
am writing to say that have really enjoyed your blog, and to thank you
for your tips and info. I have been in Sweden 3 weeks now, first hiking
from Falkoping south to Ulricehamn, then west along sjuharadsleden to
Göteborg, and your blog helped me a great deal.
I am currently heading south on Hallandsleden aiming for Malmo, in a vindskydd at äskhult, 10k southeast of Kungsbacka.
am enjoying my hike in Sweden very much. It is my first time here but I
will definitely return, and hopefully walk some other trails soon.
Thanks again for the blog. Keep up the good work.