In late May the sun never sets over the Arctic Circle, which is where the small ski resort of Bjöekliden in northern Sweden is located. Unlike their more popular neighboring resort of Riksgransen who stays open into June, the lifts had been shut down here for some time. I traveled to this part of the world with the DC team in 2007 for a feature story in Transworld Snowboarding. We stayed at cabins at the base of the resort, which was a ghost town, and were give use of snowmobiles to do as we please on the resort and it's adjacent backcountry. This A-frame type feature was the exit ramp for the poma lift seen the background. It made for a perfect jump and even more perfect background. Eddie Wall and Aaron Bittner sessioned this well into the night, which actually just looked like dusk because of the lack of night. It's a strange to get back from snowboarding at 3am and have no concept of what time it is, whether you should be hungry or tired or keep going. A disorienting feeling compounded by jet lag and lots of foggy weather days in confined spaces. I feel like this photo conveys a sense of isolation we all felt on the trip in such a remote part of the world, long past closing time.