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Skiing Holidays in Sweden

Sweden is an underrated country for a skiing holiday. Away from the popularity of the resorts in the Alps, Sweden's ski resorts have a more laid-back feel, with family-friendly runs and good-quality snow.

Ski Holidays in Sweden: Top Holiday Lettings

House Eda Municipality
3 May - 10 May
-18%
£58
£48 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Eda Municipality with Garden, Barbecue & Terrace

Eda Municipality, Varmland County, Sweden
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House Eda Municipality
10 May - 17 May
-20%
£95
£76 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Eda Municipality with Beautiful Terrace

4.5
Excellent (2 ratings)
Eda Municipality, Varmland County, Sweden
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House Leksand Municipality
31 Aug - 7 Sept
-20%
£42
£34 per night
House ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Holiday Home in Leksand Municipality with Barbecue, Garden & Terrace

Leksand Municipality, Dalarna County, Sweden
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The Top 5 Ski Resorts In Sweden

The Top 5 Ski Resorts In Sweden

There are ski resorts all over Sweden, for alpine skiing, cross country skiing, and snowboarding. Central Sweden is home to the best-known and most popular resorts, but it's worth venturing further north to find ski slopes that are off the beaten track.

  1. Åre

    This is the most visited resort in Sweden, and is regularly voted the best in the country. There are 49 lifts that take you up to 89 slopes across the areas of Duved, Åre Village, and Åre Björnen. Duved is best for beginners and intermediate skiers, and there are ski schools in the area that are on-hand to teach you the basics. There are lots of other things to see and do in the area, such as visiting the majestic Lake Åresjön or eating out at one of the many slope-side restaurants that serve hearty portions of traditional Swedish dishes.

  2. Riksgränsen

    Riksgränsen is the most northerly ski resort in Sweden, with almost no trees to obscure the stunning views. It's best for advanced skiers, as lots of the slopes are off-piste, and due to it being so far north there is year-round snow, so you can ski throughout the winter and summer.

  3. Hemavan and Tärnaby

    These two ski resorts are close to one another and are also in the north of Sweden, so they have guaranteed snow throughout the ski season. Together they have over 80 slopes with 15 lifts, and cater to all ages and abilities. Due to the northern location, you might get to experience some of the area's unusual weather conditions, including the midnight sun in the summer, when the sun blazes for 24 hours a day. In the winter, if you're lucky, you might see the famous Aurora Borealis.

  4. Sälen

    Located in south-central Sweden and benefitting from more temperate weather, Sälen is a good choice for families. It consists of four areas - Hundfjället, Lindvallen, Tandådalen, and Högfjället - with over 100 slopes. There are loads of fun activities for families and kids, such as dog sledding, snowmobile tours, indoor surfing, shops, and restaurants.

  5. Kläppen

    A good choice for all abilities, Kläppen is now much more accessible thanks to the new airport at Sälen-Trysil. It has 37 slopes with 21 lifts, with the highest peak of 655 metres. The resort has a good range of accommodation, from budget-friendly to luxury, and throughout the year they offer discounts and offers on accommodation and ski pass prices. There are several restaurants in the resort, as well as a bakery, ski shop, and grocery store.

Best Places to Stay for Ski Holidays in Sweden

House Tranemo Municipality
14 Sept - 21 Sept
-36%
£57
£37 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Tranemo Municipality with Wood-Fired Sauna

Tranemo Municipality, Västra Götaland County, Sweden
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House Älvdalen Municipality
29 Jun - 6 Jul
-28%
£88
£63 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

House in Älvdalen Municipality with Terrace

Älvdalen Municipality, Dalarna County, Sweden
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House Kvisthån
14 Sept - 21 Sept
-24%
£52
£39 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Kvisthån with Open-Hearth Fireplace

4.7
Excellent (15 ratings)
Kvisthån, Jamtland County, Sweden
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Information about Skiing Holidays in Sweden

😎 Quietest month August
🥳 Busiest month February
🛏️ Popular accommodation types House rentals and Apartment rental
🌡️ Warmest weather July and August
🥶 Coldest weather January and February
🌧️ Rainiest months July and January

Frequently Asked Questions

Skiing Holidays in Sweden: what's the average price for a holiday apartment?

Holiday rentals in Sweden cost between £97 and £144 per night.

Where I can find holiday lettings for Skiing Holidays in Sweden that can host a family or large group?

When plannin a trip for a big family it's useful to know that average House rentals in Sweden can fit in 6 people and costs around £121 per night.

When is the start of ski season in Sweden?

Ski holidays in Sweden are usually in January, when the average temperature is around -8°C.

What types of holiday rentals are available for Skiing Holidays in Sweden?

There are a lot of options available when it comes to holiday homes for Skiing Holidays in Sweden, with 11,732 House rentals and 1,381 Apartment rental on offer.

Can I find group accommodation in Sweden for a ski holiday?

House rentalss in Sweden can accommodate on average 6 guests.

Are pets allowed when staying in a Sweden holiday home?

There are 8,239 holiday apartments in Sweden that allow pets for around £122 per night.

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