We all know those spots just out of reach of the convenience driven weekend warrior types. Places that stay pristine and untracked just because it takes that extra effort to get there. This is one of those place. Enjoy this video from a few years back of summer solstice shred session in Riksgransen. Located in the far north of Scandinavia, Riksgransen 200km north of the Arctic Circle guaranteeing ample light well into the evening on the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. If you know of a patch of snow that refuses to melt, consider celebrating the first day of summer with a handful of turns. Cheers!
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