“We’re inspired by the current pilgrimage trend – a movement in which people from many different cultures and nations seek new experiences, which can result in new perspectives, often with existential issues as a basis,” general manager and guide Sten Danielsson explains. Guests at the hotel, situated in the Swedish county of Jämtland just a stone’s throw away from the border with Norway, are certainly spoilt for choice when it comes to walking and finding peace in the stunning nature around the hotel. The area is truly a cultural melting pot, mixing Sami, Swedish and Norwegian communities. With seven Sami villages around the corner, PilgrimsHotellet takes its responsibility to respect and listen to the native people of the area very seriously.