Is their a mountain range in Sweden?
Yes, there is a mountain range in Sweden covering a large portion of northern Sweden. The highest mountain is Kebnekaise at 2104 m.
The main mountain range in Sweden (and in fact, all of Scandinavia) are the Scandinavian Mountains, which the Swedish call Skanderna, Fjällen, or Kölen. Geologically, they are connected with the mountains of Scotland and Ireland, and even the Appalachian mountain range in eastern North America. They are the remnants of the Caledonian mountains, which were formed when several smaller continents merged to form the supercontinent Pangaea.