Are Continental Inn
Regnbagen 1 (Bjornange), Are 83013, Sweden
More about Åre
Phew! We made it!
How to get to Are from Trondheim
5 of us will be arriving in Trondheim on sunday 30th 2007 and would like to know the best way to get to Are Thanking you in advance Alan
Re: How to get to Are from Trondheim
It is quite a scenic journey - especially around the border. You're also travelling on the highest point on the Swedish railways once you cross the border (although it's a plain so you won't experience the height there).
Travel Tips for Åre
Difficulty of Slopes
In Sweden colors are used to mark the difficuty of slopes:
Green is used for very easy slopes where everyone including small children can go.
Blue is used for easy slopes good for beginners, children and to warm up if you feel a little insecure on skiis.
Red is used for medium hard slopes, usually a little steeper for those that are beginning to feel sure on their skiis.
Black is used for hard slopes for those that are seasoned on skiis, they are ususally the steepest and many has bumps or moguls.
Why not have a go with dogs yourself. Perhaps in the hands of the Swedish Champion Tommy Bernhardsson. Our daughter is too young but one day I hope to try and "fly" with the dogs. Tommy does anything from half days to weeks and can include other activities.