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Markus Torgeby

Markus Torgeby (b.1976) is a Swedish marathon and ultrarunner who at age 20 decided to trade urban life for a hut in the forests of Jämtland, northern Sweden. The ensuing four years of living as a hermit inspired his bestselling non-fiction phenomenon The Runner along with the newly published wilderness handbook Under the Open Skies: A Practical Guide to Living Close to Nature. A frequent lecturer at various organizations and companies, Torgeby nowadays lives with his wife and three children near his old forest abode.

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Markus Torgeby (b.1976) is a Swedish marathon and ultrarunner who at age 20 decided to trade urban life for a hut in the forests of Jämtland, northern Sweden. The ensuing four years of living as a hermit inspired his bestselling non-fiction phenomenon The Runner along with the newly published wilderness handbook Under the Open Skies: A Practical Guide to Living Close to Nature. A frequent lecturer at various organizations and companies, Torgeby nowadays lives with his wife and three children near his old forest abode.