“We get a lot of visitors from France, Germany and around the Alps, and when you ask them why they come here despite the fact that they have such fantastic mountainous areas back home, they say that it’s because it’s still so unexploited up here,” says Marit Sarri, site manager at STF Kebnekaise. Stretching 2,099 metres above sea level, Kebnekaise is Sweden’s highest mountain and attracts a range of dare devils who want a bit of a challenge, even something a little extreme. But STF Kebnekaise mountain station is not just for veterans, as Sarri explains. “We want to give people the opportunity to discover a proper winter mountain landscape,” she says.