Copperhill Mountain Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Are
... 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 ...
... operation as we go.
Back onto the scooter to check the jib-park – i.e. the jumps. Its been getting a little warm, with some rain last night, so the jumps are too icy and need to be scraped. Patrick calls in the groomer, and up appears the immense bulldozer-like machine that is responsible for preparing the slopes. ( Some say responsible for ensuring no-one ever gets to ski on fresh powder, but that is another discussion ! ). We leave the ...
... lit “Are Race Arena” area ( serviced by the first 8 seater chair we’ve seen ! ) Apparently when the light system for the Race Arena was first switched on, Sweden received a call from the USA asking what was going on, as the resulting blaze from the super-bright lights had trigged the satellite monitoring system ! One of the advertising lines for Are is - “the only place you need your sunglasses on to ski at night !”. The slopes do ...
... 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 !