Join us as we travel to Sweden, Australia, and Wales for today’s installment of Weekend Snapshot, our Monday morning series highlighting reader-submitted scenes from bikepacking trips and day rides all over the globe. Check out this week’s snapshots and submit a photo from one of your recent trips here…

In this Weekend Snapshot, three more folks from our worldwide bikepacking community share a glimpse at their pedal-powered weekend escapades. Continue on to find a diverse mix of scenes from Australia, Wales, and Sweden, then use the form at the bottom of this post to submit a photo from one of your recent trips for inclusion in a future edition of this Monday morning series!


Weekend Snapshot

By Michael O’Dwyer (@bikepackingsweden)

A quick shot from a beautiful trip along the frozen surface of Trehörningen Lake in Huddinge, Sweden, last weekend.


Weekend Snapshot

By Madeline Hourihan

A beautiful 80-kilometre loop through a flatter part of the Kosciuszko National Park. The Kosciusko area was once used for summer grazing and has a couple of hundred stockman’s ‘huts’ scattered through the area joined by trails that are perfect for riding. Some of the huts are basic one-roomers with dirt floors and others were lived in full-time from the 1800s until the 1950s.


Weekend Snapshot

By Jeff Price (@summittoppler)

There’s a 160-year-old slate quarry in the local hills, and there are also a few ruined buildings. Over the summer, I set about ‘rebuilding’ one by building the walls higher. This makes a perfect bivvy spot by throwing a tarp over it. A slate fireplace is built into the corner of the building, which makes a great focal point for passing the time and cooking food during a cold evening. I spent my sixth night here last weekend, and I’m pretty sure they’ll be many more to come!

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