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Arefjallen Ski Resort

Listed under Skiing in Norrland, Sweden.

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Arefjallen Ski Resort boasts the best skiing in Northern Europe and is host to various international competitions as well as the Skutskjutet, which is the world's largest downhill race. The high elevation ensures great snow cover and a high sunshine average. With over 100km of superb runs, the resort is popular among the country's elite due to the excellently maintained facilities and convivial après ski. The resort is made up of five villages so there is no shortage of places to eat, drink, or sleep and the atmosphere is lively and exuberant. The area has some really dazzling views, especially of the huge frozen lake nearby. It’s a great place for families and the resort offers lessons to suit varying abilities. As well as skiing there is also the opportunity to try your hand at a wide range of activities as diverse as windsurfing on snow and ice climbing.

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