Tott Hotel Are
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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 ...
... its business, buzz back down the slope just as fast as we went up, looking around to see if anything untoward happened last night. Groomer finished, we return to the park to re-mark the edges of the jumps. Jim is put onto rake duty – the snow needing racked so the dye will sink in.
All appears to be in order, so Patrick decides to take us on a scooter ride up over the Duved hill to Tegefjall – right out over the back where only the brave, ...
... has been good, we have done everything we wanted to do, just in time to see the weather really warm up ( 10 deg ! ) and wind and rain come in. The grass in the fields is appearing, and bare rocks on the hills. Apparently the snow conditions are still good up on top at Areskutan, but down on the Duved slope, the snow is quickly turning to mush. We return our hired snow gear, and start our round of goodbyes to our new Swedish friends. Farewell dinner at ...
... I convince Jeff to head up the lifts on the side of Areskutan, we have left the tree line now, and for the first time the upper lifts are open. We keep pushing on, to be rewarded with getting caught in a snow squall, the wind playing havoc with our attempts to negotiate the trail over to the Gondola to the top. Struggling with hard, icy snow we finally arrive at the Gondola just to see it shut down because of the wind ! Boo ! We head back down to Rodkullan for a few runs in ...