Located in the extreme north of Sweden, Kungsleden (The King's Trail) bisects one of Western Europe's largest remaining wilderness areas. Used by hikers in the summer, and cross-country skiers in the winter, Kungsleden serves up an Arctic dreamscape of glaciers, tundra, and birch forests, as well as 6,909-foot Mount Kebnekaise—Sweden's highest peak. The long-distance route naturally divides into four one-week segments, making it accessible for even those with limited time.
Insider Tip: Camping is permitted along the entire length of the trail. Plus, the Swedish Tourist Association constructed and maintains 21 rustic huts on the route with basic amenities for sleeping and cooking, as well as campsites. Some huts also have small general stores.
*** I like the length of this trail.. but I am scared that there might not be places along the way to buy supplies.