Se hva du kan gjøre og oppleve i Åre

A Swedish ski resort comparable with the mountain villages in the Alps, Åre has seen an increasing number of visitors every year. With a total piste length of 95 kilometres, around 100 descents, 40 lifts, almost 50 restaurants and over 30 bars and nightclubs, it is arguably Sweden’s number one ski resort.

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At 1,420 metres above sea level, Åreskutan is one of Sweden’s most well-known mountains, with a magnificent view over the mountain ranges of West Jämtland. Getting to the top and to Sweden’s highest cafeteria, Toppstugan, is easy thanks to the cable car - Kabinbanan - the only one in the Swedish mountains.
Adresse: Åreskutan, Åre

Tännforsen Waterfall

A visit to Sweden’s largest waterfall is a must for everyone who comes to Åre. In the summer the waterfall is incredibly powerful, while in winter beautiful shapes are formed from ice. It also becomes lit up at night, giving the water and the ice a magical dimension.
Adresse: Tännforsen Waterfall, Åreälven, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 230 23

Duved Church

This magnificent wooden parish church was consecrated in 1894 and is designed in a Neo-Gothic style. It recalls a time when, thanks to incipient tourism, copper mining and forestry, economic growth in the district led to a substantial increase in the number of inhabitants and visitors, thus making the old church too small.
Adresse: Karolinervägen 24, Duved

Njarka Sami Camp

See and learn about how the Sami people in Njarka Sami Camp, which is located on a promontory in Lake Häggsjön. There are a variety of tents here, with a special octagonal tent, called Jarnge, as Njarka’s centre and the location for special ceremonies such as weddings and christenings. In addition to learning about Sami history, visitors can also feed the reindeers with reindeer moss, sleep in the Sami fashion and throw a lasso.
Adresse: Häggsjönäs Njarka 111, Duved
Telefon: +46 76 770 07 79

The Karoliner Monument in Duved

The Karoliner Monument is a ten-metre-high obelisk in granite erected in 1892. It was erected in memory of the 3,000 men who died in severe winter weather during and after the retreat of Carl XII’s invasion in 1718. Lectures on the March of Death over Sylarna are held regularly at Roxy’s Sledge Dogs.
Adresse: Karolinervägen, Duved

Naturum Valådalen

Information Centre with exhibitions about the mountains’ geology and animal world, the Samis and reindeer feeding. Allow the staff to whet your appetite for discovery before you set off on your own excursions in the easily accessible mountain and forest environment outside.
Adresse: Vålådalen 26, Vålådalen
Telefon: +46 0 10 225 32 26

Kretsloppshuset in Mörsil

Kretsloppshuset provides an ecological experience and educational facility with a winter garden, a rose garden, a park, an old-fashioned chicken farm, a café and a restaurant, slide presentations, lectures, and courses as well as an old-fashioned shop selling goods produced in an environmentally friendly manner.
Adresse: Kyrkvägen 5, Mörsil
Telefon: +46 647 66 52 12

Tott Spa

Tott Spa is located inside Tott Hotell and is free for guests, but it's open to all visitors for an affordable price. Its main attraction is definitely the large pool with a beautiful view over Åre. The other facilities you'll find are hot tubs, a sauna and a gym. They also offer massage treatments.
Adresse: Tottvägen 111, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 150 00
Åpningstider: Daily 6.00-21.00

Åre village

Åre village offers world-class skiing with a wide range of pistes, modern lift system and varied terrain. After ski in the village’s many bars easily competes with the night life in many Swedish cities.
Adresse: Åre By, Åre

Åre Björnen

Family friendly ski area with an emphasis on beginner slopes and children’s slopes where children can independently explore the lift system. Those who want more challenging slopes can quickly get to Åre village’s lift system, which lies just around the corner.
Adresse: Åre Björnen, Åre


Those who want a slower pace and less people on the slopes, but still enjoy world class skiing, should head to Duved. Many ski instructors and professionals choose to go here in their leisure time because they thrive on the variety, nature and drop height.
Adresse: Duved


Tegefjäll is, as Åre Björnen, also family friendly, but with more emphasis on older children and teenagers. In Tegefjäll the whole family can find great skiing and feel at home. Duved ski area is easy to reach from here, because the lift system is semidetached with Tegefjäll’s.
Adresse: Tegefjäll

Buustamons Fjällgård

Modern Swedish food with a focus on the Jämtland region is served here. The restaurant is at a height of 730 metres above sea level, beside the slalom pistes between Rödkullen and Ullådalen.
Adresse: Buustamon 142, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 531 75
Åpningstider: Daily 10.00-16.00, Tue-Sat also 18.00-23.00

Täljstenskrogen - Hotell Karolinen

The Hotell Karolinen is reputed to have one of Sweden’s oldest soapstone restaurants, where the guests can eat food such as elk steak, beef steak, chicken fillet and fish cooked on a heated soapstone that is placed on the table.
Adresse: Björnänge 841, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 320 90


Werséns is conveniently situated near Åre Square and serves Jämtländish cuisine along with a variety of pizzas. You can decide to accompany your meal with a glass of wine from their cellar.
Adresse: Årevägen 95, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 505 05
Åpningstider: Mon-Wed 17.00-24.00, Thu-Sun 12.00-2.00


Fjällpuben serves Swedish food in a cosy setting right in Åre's centre. Some of the specialities you can try here include elk or reindeer meat, salmon tartare, fried goat's cheese and fondue.
Adresse: Årevägen 72B, Åre
Telefon: +46 0647 502 40


Cosy café with a wonderful view over the mountains, located in the centre of Hamrebacken in Duved. The usual café products can be found here, along with goulash, burgers and daily specials.
Adresse: Lennart Brunnhages väg 25, Duved
Telefon: +46 647 261 35
Åpningstider: Daily 9.00-16.30


Enjoy a well-deserved cup of hot coffee or chocolate by the woodburner after a skiing tour, and feel free to indulge in a waffle with cloudberries and cream. They also have a hearty lunch menu and organise "after-ski" parties from 15.00.
Adresse: Stjärnbacken 3, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 66 59 77
Åpningstider: Daily 11.00-18.00

Grädda Åre

Grädda Åre serves freshly ground coffee, ice cream, organic juices and traditional hot chocolate in addition to absolutely fresh bread, freshly baked cinnamon rolls and cloudberry biscuits. The café is decorated in warm, soft colors to provide a pleasant and relaxing environment.
Adresse: Brunkullan 150, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 51515
Åpningstider: Daily 7.00-17.00

Lilla Tyrolen

Lilla Tyrolen is the perfect café for frozen skiers, housed in an old log cabin from the 19th century with two open fires. Food with inspiration from the Tyrol is served here. Goulash and waffles with hot chocolate are served during the day, while three-course menus and fondues in the evening.
Adresse: Björnen Räven 66, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 324 25
Åpningstider: Daily 11.00-23.00


Take a break from skiing with crisp waffles, homemade buns and sandwiches in this traditional café, which is located at the forest edge on Ullådalen’s estuary, on Mulfjället’s most eastern hillside.
Adresse: Lillåstugan, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 530 33
Åpningstider: Daily 10.00-16.00


Åre’s leading entertainment establishment has three dance floors with a variety of music – from modern dance music and golden oldies on the main floor to R&B, soul and hip-hop in the Studio bar. They also organise epic After Skis here.
Adresse: Fjällbyvägen 12, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 123 45


One of Åre’s most lively nightclubs, with live bands and live performances, DJ’s and famous guests ready to party, Verandan is the right place to spend your Sunday night. They also organise epic After Skis here.
Adresse: Sankt Olavs väg 40, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 50100


Fjällgården is a hotel that offers classic daily After Ski to varied and mood-enhancing music. The party starts at 15.00.
Adresse: Fjällgårdsvägen 35, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 145 00

Åre Glashytta

A visit to Åre Glashytta in Duved is a must. All the glasswork that is sold here is designed and blown in this magical workshop. From glassware and bowls to vases and trinkets, there is something for every budget.
Adresse: Stinsvägen 12, Duved
Telefon: +46 0 647 260 70
Åpningstider: Tue-Fri 10.00-17.00, Sat 11.00-16.00

Åre Hemslöjd

If you are after Sami handicrafts you should visit Åre Hemslöjd, situated in the 100-year-old Köpmanshuset on Åre Torg. Here you will find everything from games to cuddly toys, jewellery, leather goods, ceramics, art and more – the perfect shop if you are looking for a special gift or souvenir.
Adresse: Årevägen 87, Åre
Telefon: +46 0647 501 30
Åpningstider: Mon-Fri 11.00-18.00, Sat 11.00-17.00, Sun 12.00-17.00

Åre Chokladfabrik

Åre Chokladfabrik is a chocolate factory and shop outside the city centre, but worth the ride. Here you can try new flavours like cloudberry, lingonberry and goat cheese, and then bring home your favourite ones. They also have a chocolate bar where you can order a delicious hot chocolate and chill out.
Adresse: Björnänge 801, Åre
Telefon: +46 0647 155 80
Åpningstider: Daily 10.00-18.00

Åre Skidsport

Åre Skidsport sells everything you need for skiing, snowboarding and biking, plus a selection of streetwear clothes. Some equipment is also available for rent.
Adresse: Årevägen 88, Åre
Telefon: +46 0647 501 19
Åpningstider: Daily 8.30-18.00


Årebutiken is a souvenir shop where you'll find local products, handicrafts and gift ideas like slippers, pillows, mugs, t-shirts and sweaters.
Adresse: Torggränd 6, Åre
Telefon: +46 0647 522 33
Åpningstider: Mon-Fri 11.00-18.00, Sat 11.00-17.00, Sun 12.00-16.00


For transfers from Östersund Airport to Åre you can book a flygtaxi at the same time as you book your flight ticket. For more information visit Länstrafiken in Jämtland also operates bus routes between Östersund and Åre. For more information go to The distance between Östersund and Åre is about 10 kilometres.
Adresse: Åre Östersund Airport, Frösön, Sweden

Best Time to Visit

The Best Time to visit Åre is from early February to late April, when the days are longer and the weather more pleasant, but still snowy enough to ski.

Passport / Visa

Sweden can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.


There are no post offices in Sweden. Stamps are available for purchase at most kiosks, newsstands and convenience stores. Postboxes can usually be found nearby. For packages and big parcels, look for "Postombud", a designated area in grocery stores or corner stores.

Public transport

Länstrafiken in Jämtland has buses that run between Åre and Duved and a lot of other locations in Åre municipality.
Telefon: +46 0 771 100 110


Taxi Åre
Telefon: +46 647 100 22


Apoteksgruppen Åre
Adresse: Årevägen 51, Åre
Telefon: +46 647 50350
Åpningstider: Mon - Fri 10.00 - 18.00, Sat 10.00 - 15.00, Sun closed




Country code: +46 Area code: 0647