Sweden is ever more an attraction point for snowsports fans. The mountains' proximity to the Arctic Circle are covered with snow from December to May, and runs range from green to black, so they're suitable for all abilities.
Many cosy and warm Swedish resorts, like Åre and Vemdalen, can provide the best out of ski trips, most of the time offering quickest ways to get to ski lifts and wide range of off-slope activities. For night times, many resorts provide also different bars and clubs to enjoy your holiday with family and friends.
Then, Scandinavian culture is well known to be heart-warming and the food is tasty and authentic, since most of the restaurants source their ingredients from nearby farms. Swedish sauna is obviously a must, perfect to relax after a long day on the snow.
But for making your holiday perfect, look at the this travel plan below:
9am: make fresh tracks
Get the lifts early and cruise down your first run before the crowds arrive.
11am: take a break at a local café
Take a break with a cup of hot chocolate to warm up.
1pm: admire the views over lunch
Relax on a sunny balcony and enjoy the beauty of the mountains.
3pm: boss that tough run without falling
Feel triumphant when you reach the bottom.
5pm: warm back up in the sauna
Give your muscles a break with a sauna or hot tub after a long day of pushing yourself to the max on the slopes.
7pm: trade stories over dinner
Some warm and melting food never felt more welcome, or been more deserved.
9pm: hunker down for the evening
Cosy up with a glass of wine, a film and a few games among family and friends.