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    The Party train

    by Psife Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There's also a unique party train to Åre mainly for youths going away on a long weekend (thursday to sunday).

    The train is very popular and is filled with bars, restaurants, discos and live rock bands.

    Note that there's an age limit of 23 to buy a ticket to the party train.

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    Skibus

    by PolinaS Written Dec 28, 2008

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    Timetable of skibuses is a little bit surprising, as on one route they drive too rare ~once in 1,15hour. The timetable is available on back side of every slope map.
    Note that pink bus drives on line 1 – central Åre, blue bus on line 2 – Tegefjäll-Åre-Börnen, white bus on line 3 – Duved-Tegefjäll- Åre.

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    Flying - the fastest way

    by Psife Written Oct 3, 2003

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    You can fly to Östersund from Arlanda (Stockholm) and from there rent a car or take a transfer bus to Åre which is just an hour away. It's the fastest way to get to Åre, the total time from Stockholm is about 2,5 hours.

    You can book a transfer when you buy your ticket from sas and it will be waiting for you when you land in Östersund.

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    Train - The most convenient way

    by Psife Written Oct 3, 2003

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    The easiest and most comfortable way to get to Åre is to take the train. There are night trains from Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö that you can sleep all the way to Åre and wake up rested and hit the slopes immediately.

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    Classic train journey

    by Sjalen Updated Aug 2, 2003

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    As this area was one of the first to be exploited by tourists seeking good air in the early 20th century, there is no problem finding a way here. Direct trains from Göteborg and Stockholm (and Malmö during winter and Easter breaks) to Storlien via Åre is your thing. Often overnight trains with cinema on board. Apart from Åre and Storlien, the trains stop at Järpen, Undersåker, Ånn and Enafors - all the nearby walking and skiing villages.

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    Car or plane

    by Sjalen Updated Jul 30, 2003

    You can also get here by car. The E14 runs straight to Åre on its way between Trondheim in Norway and Östersund. Trondheim Vaernes airport (served by for instance KLM) or Östersund airport (from for instance Stockholm) are therefore where you fly before catching a train or renting a car for the last leg. The Östersund approach is probably to recommend if you drive in winter as you don't pass the high Norwegian fells.

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    How to get to Åre

    by Psife Written Oct 3, 2003

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    Åre is located in the middle of Sweden, although we southernerns consider it in the north =)

    You can get there by car, bus, train or by airplane to Östersund and go on from there by other means.

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