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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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Left Orsa and set off up north. Travelled across country, dodging intermittent torrential rain, lunch at Svenstavik. Arrived at the site of a cave, after a 200 metre steep uphill climb. The brave of the group descended into the Hoverbergsgrotan cave, lit up with coloured lights. Around the hill then on to the lookout ...
A quick, predominantly photo post. From Finland we took a four hour ferry back to Sweden, much farther north than where we had left it. We spent a few days crossing the country on our way to Norway and saw some lovely scenery along the way. One campsite which we particularly enjoyed had ...
... this is a first going up even faster !
We need to climb on top of the chair lift, open hatches, and check the tires. Yes – chairlifts drive the cable cars (chairs) using rubber tires, and sometimes they go flat. Plus they in turn are driven by belts, which also need checked. Not what I was expecting ! All OK, we signal the lower station to start the lift, and watch the console display as everything fires up, Patrick explaining some of the intricacies ...
... not shoot off down the gully. A tasty picnic of moose sausage, filled rolls, hot chocolate, coffee and that Swedish skier standard – Kix (choc wafer biscuit) in the sun – luxury ! Lotta is in an adventurous mood, and sets off to return across the land, following the creek ( hidden under snow and ice ). Now Jim & Lauren got to really experience Nordic skiing ! Up and down, sliding across, don’t head-off down there – help ! Actually, we ...
... interesting for snowboarders. Where is the terrain to explore and exercise ? A big, defined slope down, not so fun ! ( Its worth noting that many Swedish skiers seem to have the same opinion, as they go exploring for off-piste terrain to challenge and interest them. Before Sweden I had never seen skiers go to the places, and beyond, that snowboarders do ! )
So we head for Rodkullen, a ski area on the other side of Are By, in-between Are and Tegefjall. This requires us ...