Hotel Diplomat Aregarden
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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 few feet from a waterfall, listening to the tumult of the river's descent. The beautiful countryside, together with Stockholm, put Sweden very high on our favourite country list. These few days of driving were very nice but uneventful, so I’ll leave it to the photos to tell the ...
... Patrick leaves me to help shovel snow out of the kids off-piste run. I learn that shoveling snow is a major activity for the ski patrol – everyone gets very good at it !
Enough of that, we have earned a coffee break ! It’s a quiet day, it has not snowed for a while, so there is not too much maintenance to do, and there are not many people around on the slopes, so business is slow. Karin decides to show me how to test the stability of the ...
... sunny weather. We are also keen to finish-off exploring Bjornen, in particular taking the “Tottliften” linking Are to Bjornen, and skiing across to the other side where we've not been. The Bjornen slopes from Tottliften are fun, steep enough to be challenging, but not too scary, with a good café midway on the hill ! We find the slopes on the other side to be for the kids, so less challenging, but we do discover the “Bear Run” – a kids ...
... school starts Monday, so Lauren has a couple of days with us on her skis first.
Jeff arrives early morning on the overnight train from Stockholm, so he’s a bit weary but up for getting ski passes organized and a few runs in at our “local” slopes here in Duved – fairly straight forward ski runs with some scope for off-piste exploring. He is very lucky with the weather – after a couple of weeks of “freeze/thaw” and disappearing ...