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Ski Area

Åre is the largest resort in Scandinavia. It boasts over 100km of slopes accessed by 42 lifts and even has dedicated beginner zones. Even though the resort is at a low altitude the ski area is as snowsure as they come with their season starting in November and ending early May. It's the perfect resort for intermediates looking to clock up some miles but there are also 4 snow parks and guided heli-skiing to keep everyone busy. Wide and quiet slopes ensures you spend less time queueing and more time skiing, so you can make the most of your ski holiday!

Åre ski resort has earned itself a reputation as Northern Europe’s most stylish and cosiest mountain village. With remarkable views across the incredible frozen lake and a wide selection of shops and 75 restaurants, there is more than enough to cater for everyone on a ski holiday. The Åre ski area is also home to one of the best spots for night skiing (if you are really lucky, you may have one of the best views possible of the Northern Lights.)

For activities a little more daring than night skiing, you can drive a sports car on the frozen lake or have the unforgettable experience of dog sledging in the wilderness. We’re sure that Åre has plenty to offer in order to meet all of your ski holiday needs!

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Transfer Details

  • Trondheim Airport (Norway): 1hr 45mins

Key Facts

Key facts for Åre

  • There are 7 runs in the Åre ski area that are well floodlit to provide high quality night skiing to those that fancy it.
  • The mountain’s highest point is at 1420m and offers northern Europe’s greatest vertical drop.
  • The Adventure Pool & Sauna World is located at the Holiday Club Hotel, open daily from 10am – 9pm, 290/pers SEK (£27)
  • March and April are peak season due to warmer and longer days
  • Have coffee & cake in the Tipi at the top of Are Bjornen and then try the restaurant Supper for South American Tapas and fabulous cocktails
  • There are 112 runs in total, the longest of which is 6.5km!