Part of the larger Åre ski area, the village of Åre has been a popular mountain retreat for over 100 years. Host to an annual FIS World Cup skiing event, this trendy resort is well developed and has a large selection of restaurants and shops to keep you busy on and off the pistes. The slopes themselves make up the largest continuous ski area in Sweden and offer something for everyone, from relaxed beginner’s areas to more challenging runs for those after a chance to push themselves.
Our handpicked accommodation ranges from the warm welcome of historic hotels to the flexibility of luxury apartments. Speak to your skiSweden expert today to find your perfect fit and discover even more about what’s on offer in Åre.
The right slopes for me?
Excellent: The designated beginners areas allow those new to the snow to practice and improve in confidence and safety. English speaking instructors provide first class instruction to help you make the most of your skiSweden holiday.
Excellent: With easy access to the whole Åre ski area intermediate skiers will have plenty to choose from across the mountain.
Good: There are a varied selection of advanced slopes for those looking for a challenge including world cup slopes and a selection of terrain parks.
Good: There is over 500km of marked and maintained cross-country trails throughout the resorts of Åre and the surrounding area. If you are new to the sport there is also an excellent ski school for those who want to try something different.
Good: Åre's largest park, the 'Åre Snow Park', is located near Åre centre and has a range of intermediate and advanced jumps as well as rails, a half-pipe and a snowcross track. There are 6 other terrain parks across the resorts with kickers, boxes and rails ranging from beginners to more advanced lines.
Activities & Après
As well as the facilities in your unique accommodation there is a whole host of on and off slope activities to get involved in.
- Dog sledding
- Night skiing & snowboarding
- Time trials, slalom & boarder cross
- Guided snowshoe walks
- Spa & Wellness centres
- Indoor water park
Après ski & eating out
Hotel bars generally have a good atmosphere while the other resort bars tends to be more lively at the weekends and during the local holidays. There are a good choice of restaurants spread across the resorts from a la carte dining to relaxed cafés.