from: €558 per week / 2 pers
The combination of leisure activities with cozy accommodations are much appreciated by ÅreWeeks members. After an exciting day of adventures it is always nice to return to a spacious apartment, take a sauna, enjoy a barbecue on your patio or just relax on the sofa and watch a movie.
If you are into mountain biking, there is even possibility to clean your sport bike with high-pressure water at Holiday Club washing station and store your sporting equipment in the storage room just outside your apartment.
Bellow explore Åres' most & popular summer activities
Get in contact with nature
Paragliding in Åre
Tandem flight will definitely become a life time memory, skilled instructors will take you on a flight from Mt Åreskutan to the landing field by lake Åresjön.
The video to the left offers a great inside from the many breathtaking panoramic views of Mount Åre and Åresjön which is 6.4189 km2 (2.4784 sq mi) large.
For more information and reservations:
Tel: +46 (0) 647-51186
Rafting Åre rivers
If you are up for some real adventure, Åre offers world class rafting. Some intensive rapids are on the Vålån and Gevsjös rivers or you can try Indal river, a more gently river with some alternates powerful rapids.
For more information contact JoPe Fors & Fjäll, which accounts with the longest experience of rafting in Åre.
Tel: +46 (0) 70-6659543
Åre Bike Park
If you are into mountain biking, you will definitely love Scandinavia's largest Bike Park! With its 50 km spread over 35 trails - 853 vertical meters, this is definitly A "MUST TRY" activity!
FOR EXAMPLE - THE EASY RIDER TRAIL
A 5 004 meters of pure cycling ecstasy through
a magnificent landscape. From the cable car
top station all the way down to "Hummeln".
This is a wide machine built trail with its huge
number of berms and magical flow.
Suits all levels of cyclists, from world champs
down to first timers.
For bike rentals or guided tours visit:
Hiking in Åre - stress reliever
Discovering Åre mountains by foot is like getting a bath of energy!
With approximately 100 km of marked hiking trails, there will be no problem to find one that will suit your level or needs. Hiking does not require advanced equipment but you need to think about your clothing once you are up on the mountain.
Very easy. Smooth flat roads or trails of gravel or asphalt. 5 km/h
Easy. Gravel trails or relatively good trails including some gentle slopes. 4 km/h
Intermediate. Trails with some obstacles, wet or sloping sections which may be steep. 3 km/h
Hard. Steep trails covering challenging terrain which demands fitness and sure footing. 1,5-2 km/h
Interested in a Gastronomy walk with a local
Tel: +46 (0) 647 50885