Guys and Girls I am just back from a hunting trip in Sweden with the outstanding L2G Experiences Team. We flew from Edinburgh to Oslo . Under £50 each way. Picked up in Oslo is a suped up Volvo Should have taken 2 hours to get to the cabins in Sweden but there was a crash or two in Norway. So took 4 hours. After getting dropped of at the cabins to get shower and changed we went for a cracking meal. Mushroom soup, roe deer and baked cheese to finish. Off to the pub . This was the owner privite hunters pub. The local beer was superb. Then the shots (fireball) and the stories about hunting and life started flowing. Sore head the next day. The 2nd day was learning how to ski . #sorearse . Was a good laugh. We also had a mess around on the 6x6 tracked bike good fun. After lunch we went to the range to get used to the rifles. 300 win mag Sauer 404 3006 308 All shooting target at 100m . Had moose for tea . First time ever. Super home made meal. Linda cooking was out of this world. We made a plan for the next day. 30mins later it got change as one of Lars (the main man) camera trap sent him a photo of a pack of 5 wolves came through the hunting ground. Also a picture of a lynx got sent for the gun range 100m from Lars house. Up at 5am to get breakfast. Cold meat and cheese. Load the bike into the trailer and away for a 120k drive to one of the 50k hunting grounds. -25 in the car. At the hunting shelter we light a fire and made sure everyone knew where there stand was. The dog were not getting off the line because of the wolves. I was the last to get dropped off. I was allowed to shoot bull moose, cow moose and calf but the rule is the calf is to be on the floor first. And roe which I was not going to shoot. (Saw 50 odd roe in the 2 days hunting) I walked 50m up the hill and started scanning for a nice bit to sit and wait for the dogs to come through. Straight away I found a cow moose. I stalked back into the tree to cut the distance . At 130m I was happy with a tree as a lean . Just had to check for a calf. Then I found a bigger moose . Lifted its head it had antlers. Thought this was a safer option. Had to wait 10 mins until I could squeeze the 308 trigger off. He jump and ran for 20 m and stood. I ran to another tree to get a clear shot then he turned to run towards me and made 5 yards and his legs came up in the air. The cow moose ran out and stood perfect but I was not being greedy and let her be. I messaged Lars to come and see me . He had only dropped me off 20 mins and we had a moose down. Hugs and hand shakes and a spruce was giving to me. Took me 15 mins to graloch him. Then it was the tracked bike work time. Made it so easy dragging him out. No other moose were shot that day but lots of sign . Back to the hunters shelter for moose 2 hour time back to skin the moose out and cut a bit of damaged meat of on the ribs. Moose fillet for tea. Omg that is the stuff . Amazing day Next day we placed everyone in there stand while I went for a look for a Capercaillie. Found 3 . Fecking missed a cock bird at 35 yards. Right over the top of him. Forgot to aim low. I was not in a good place. One of the dogs was barking hard at a moose and were moving closer to the other hunters . We watched all the action on itracker app on the phone. The boom as the 300 win let ring. The msg came through moose down. The other hunter drew had shot his moose. And the bike made short work on getting his animal out. The trip was amazing . L2g were brilliant. They could not do enough for us. The people the food the drink were out of this world. Lars the owner of L2G Experiences was the best host ever . What a knowledge this man has. I could not have sat in the stand or walked in that weather without my nomad jack and plus 4s I was so cozy in -25. But I wish I had better boots. My meindl were not up to the job and too noisy. I can recommend Lars and the L2G Experiences so much and I will be going back. I hope you enjoyed my write up and photos.