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Skiing in Sweden


Breathtaking nature

If you are looking for lots of fresh snow, you should head to Sweden. Although it is still relatively undiscovered in the world of skiing, this beautiful country is a paradise for enthusiasts. You will not find untouched nature anywhere like in Sweden. Hop on your skis or snowboard, and enjoy the lush pine forests around you as you descend. A cross-country ski tour is also recommended; Sweden has more than enough beautiful routes. Chances are you will be accompanied by reindeer. Complete your trip with a magical excursion, such as a snowmobile safari, a snowshoe hike, or a dog sled ride under the stars. Each and every trip is an unforgettable experience.

Endless slopes for all skill levels

The most beautiful ski areas in Sweden are Sälen, Vemdalen, and Åre. You will find miles of beautiful slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Beginners can get their money's worth on the green and blue routes, whilst the avid ski enthusiasts indulge themselves on the red and black runs. Sweden is also characterised by great facilities for children, so you are in the right place for a winter holiday with the whole family. The days are short in winter, but floodlit slopes can be found in every ski area. That way, you can still enjoy the snow early in the morning or in the evenings. And let's face it: who wouldn’t want to go skiing under the stars?

Snow guaranteed

The Scandinavian climate ensures cold winters with a thick layer of fantastic snow. You can go to Sweden for a successful skiing holiday throughout winter, and even in spring. Many consider February and March to be the best months for skiing in Scandinavia: during the day you can enjoy the sunshine, whilst the cold nights still ensure a snowy holiday. But of course, December is also a popular time to visit. After all, a white Christmas is guaranteed in Sweden. You can enjoy an authentic Swedish Christmas dinner together before hitting the slopes. Just put your snow boots on and go!

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