Huså is a quiet little village located about 3o km from Åre on the north side of Åreskutan by Lake Kallsjön. It is an old mining town that has its own ski resort, camping and restaurant. If you ski off-piste at the back of Åreskutan, you can get here to Huså. Here you have the opportunity to climb the slopes on energetic Icelandic horses with your own guide. In this nice little village, there are around 100 permanent residents.
Is an old village that is incredibly beautiful with a view towards the back of Åreskutan. The area in Kallbygden is as large as the landscape of Blekinge or the country of Monaco, and the area can boast that their own lake, Kallsjön, is the county's 3rd largest lake. In the northern part of the village are the nature-protected Skäckerfjällen. Kall has a wonderful mix of mountains, lakes, cultivated land and untouched wilderness. There is a church here that dates back to the Middle Ages.
Located in southern Årefjällen, about 30 km from Åre. The village is located on the slope towards Lake Ottsjön, which is surrounded by mountains. In Ottsjö there is Ridvadet, a historic hiking trail that goes over the water, on the other side of the lake you are met by a fine sandy beach. Ottsjö is located in the Undersåker district and has approximately 100 inhabitants. The village is 20 km from the popular tourist resort Vålådalen. In the nice little ICA- Ottsjöbua, there is most of it. There is good fishing in Ottsjö for those who are interested, but don't forget to buy a fishing license!
About 35 km east of Åre. Located very beautifully by the Indal River. Sweden's first sanatorium was inaugurated here in 1891, which consisted of a main building, doctor's residence and bathhouse. In Mörsil there are grocery stores and a junior high school, also a restaurant with a pub and accommodation. 900 people live in this small settlement and is located between Åre and Östersund.
A familiar mountain village in southern Årefjällen, 23 km from Åre By. There are many hiking trails here and you can climb to the top of Renfjället with a magical 360° view. The village is located on the southern slope of Renfjället in southern Årefjällen at an altitude of approximately 600 meters. The resort has its own lift system and several accommodation facilities for both summer and winter guests, as well as a caravan campsite. Most of the residents are employed in the tourism industry, but also in agriculture and forestry.
Located 8o km from Åre. and when Åre residents go to "town", it is Östersund we are talking about. Östersund is a growing city that is incredibly beautiful next to Lake Storsjön. Here you can enjoy the pulse of the big city, but also mountains and nature. In the center there are lots of shops, pubs and restaurants. Here you can go to Storsjöyran, which is one of Scandinavia's biggest music festivals. You will also find Östersund's ski stadium, which is a world-class biathlon arena. In the summer, it is also used for roller skiing, running and mountain biking. It is in Östersund that stages 1 and 2 of the MTBO are decided.
The municipality of Krokom consists of 193 villages located between Åre and Östersund. With an ideal location close to both the city and the mountains, it is a municipality that is very attractive to move into. A very welcoming municipality that welcomes new residents. The municipality is known for its good schools and childcare. In the municipality of Krokom, basically all villages can boast a fantastic view of our beautiful mountain world.
One of Norway's largest cities, located 165 km from Åre. Trondheim has a very old history and belonged to Sweden between 1658-1660. The Norwegian language and Jämtland are very closely related. Trondheim has 160,000 inhabitants, 25,000 of whom are university students. Here you can see the beautiful Nidaros Cathedral, the second largest cathedral in the Nordics. There are beautiful parks, nice hotels and restaurants here. Fishing is a big industry here and in the afternoons you can buy fresh prawns directly from the trawlers that come into the harbour. You can get to Trondheim easily via the E14 or by train via Storlien. From Åre by car, it takes about 2.5 hours to Trondheim and about 1.45 hours to Vaernaes International Airport.