Copperhill Mountain Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Storsjon. We saw fresh snow on the mountains towards Norway! (This is midsummer!)
Then we travelled to Trangsviken, to be welcomed by Rob and Rob's camping friends from Hungary last year, Julia and Eskil Pihl. Camped in their yard, in a small village Trangsviken, not far from the lake. Wonderful dinner on ...
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 ...
... The point at which the snow block slides indicates the stability. In our case, the block does not move, only finally collapsing when levered with a spade. More stable than yesterday, I am told, and we are firmly at Avalanche Level 2 – human trigged avalanches possible; natural avalanches unlikely. In other-words, its fairly safe.
Its lunchtime, and I’m getting out of the ski patrol’s hair – thanks for having me guys, very interesting morning ...
... to ensure we cover everything we wanted to do here.
Jim takes another ski lesson to help him step-up to parallel turns and steeper slopes. Lauren has attempted snow boarding, and has declared it a foolish sport, and is now a committed skier, looking down on "those that stand sideways" !
Actually, we head out for a number of adventures both on skis. There is a desire to have more BBQs in the snow as we did with Jeff, though outside this time, in ...
... the locals know that the best off-piste runs are to be found up the back of “Tege”. We can work our way across from Duved, no bus required, but here Jeff discovers the reality of snowboarding in Sweden – chairlifts are scarce, 1 of the 9 in the entire area is in Duved, so it was an easy introduction yesterday, but now, it is time to deal with the foot and leg burning torture that the T-bar ( anchor lift as they say here ) bestows upon the snowboarder !