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En Tur I Skidspåren I Södra Årefjällen är En Fjällupplevelse I Världsklass.
En Tur I Skidspåren I Södra Årefjällen är En Fjällupplevelse I Världsklass.

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En Tur I Skidspåren I Södra Årefjällen är En Fjällupplevelse I Världsklass.
En Tur I Skidspåren I Södra Årefjällen är En Fjällupplevelse I Världsklass.

© taigaphoto.se

Södra Årefjällen – world-class cross-country and touring skiing!

Södra Årefjällen has ski trails for everyone. You can burn off your extra energy on 130 km of groomed tracks or on more than 300 km of quality-assured touring trails. The routes take you through beautiful forests and over open mountainsides, with amazing views. There are often great spots to take a break – everything from a fallen tree trunk with the best view to cafés and restaurants.

You can check track conditions at skidspår.se »  Routes are quality assured from the winter sports holiday until the end of the Easter holiday, provided there is snow.

Signs make the routes easy to follow. Winter routes are marked with red signs and all their numbers start with 1.

Which route suits me? The routes are graded by difficulty, making it easier to find one that is right for you. The longer the route and the steeper the hills, the greater the difficulty. Green routes are suitable if you prefer a shorter, “gentle” route in sheltered terrain. A black route is either hilly or long, so is a route for experienced skiers.

Calculate on skiing about 3.5 kilometres per hour on the easier routes, if you are of average fitness and using touring skis. Most importantly – take break, have a coffee, or just enjoy the view. Make sure you have plenty of time!

Please pay the track- & trail fee

You contribute to:

» groomed  ski tracks

» weell-maintained walking trails

» protecting sensitive nature

Track- & trail fee »

Södra Årefjällen has ski trails for everyone. You can burn off your extra energy on 130 km of groomed tracks or on more than 300 km of quality-assured touring trails. The routes take you through beautiful forests and over open mountainsides, with amazing views. There are often great spots to take a break – everything from a fallen tree trunk with the best view to cafés and restaurants.

Please pay the track- & trail fee

You contribute to:

» groomed  ski tracks

» weell-maintained walking trails

» protecting sensitive nature

Track- & trail fee »

You can check track conditions at skidspår.se »  Routes are quality assured from the winter sports holiday until the end of the Easter holiday, provided there is snow.

Signs make the routes easy to follow. Winter routes are marked with red signs and all their numbers start with 1.

Which route suits me? The routes are graded by difficulty, making it easier to find one that is right for you. The longer the route and the steeper the hills, the greater the difficulty. Green routes are suitable if you prefer a shorter, “gentle” route in sheltered terrain. A black route is either hilly or long, so is a route for experienced skiers.

Calculate on skiing about 3.5 kilometres per hour on the easier routes, if you are of average fitness and using touring skis. Most importantly – take break, have a coffee, or just enjoy the view. Make sure you have plenty of time!

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