Car. Approximately 6 hrs from Stockholm or 1 hr from Östersund, Sweden or 2.5 hrs from Trondheim, Norway.
Train. Travel from Stockholm via SJ and other major cities to Åre. The train stops in the middle of town, 12 minute taxi to Copperhill Mountain Lodge.
Plane to Östersund airport, Sweden (85 km from Åre). Book flights on-line with SAS or Bra, both land in Östersund from Stockholm. It is a 60 min taxi ride to Åre (train options exist, but are not timed well with plane landings, which makes the taxi a more expensive but reliable option - tryFlyGTransfers for prebookable airport transfers from Ostersund). Other option is car rental from Östersund airport. (Note direct flights to Östersund from London, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam is only during the late winter).
Plane to Trondheim airport, Norway (135 km from Åre). Book flights on-line with SAS or Norwegian from Oslo, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, etc. It is a 120 min drive to Åre or a 2.5 hr train with one stop, see Norrtag. Try car rental from Trondheim airport. Try also FlyGTransfers for prebookable airport transfers from Ostersund and Trondheim.
ÅEC is proud to announce Copperhill Mountain Lodge as the new race hotel that will support race registration (Thur/Fri) + Race meeting (Fri night) + Race bankett (Sat nigt) + Racer’s brunch (Sun).
Copperhill Mountain Lodge is the perfect accomodation for ÅEC. Only a 10 min drive from the center of Åre, it offers spectacular views over Åre Valley, high quality rooms/suits that fit up to 8 people, a luxury spa and restaurant and, of course, an atmosphere to match the surroundings. The Lodge has put together a high value package for ÅEC participants and their friends/family. Read more and book here
Kajaktiv in Dala-Floda, Stockholm and Gothenburg offers kayak rentals during race week with delivery to ÅEC. Click here to book. They can also arrange transport of kayak for training during the week
Kajaksidan in Stockholm offers kayak rentals during race week with pick-up and drop-off in Stockholm. Click here to book.
Åre is the center of Sweden’s adventure tourism. Most racers spend the whole week enjoying whitewater rafting, hang/gliding, downhill MTB, fly fishing, hiking, canyoneering/zip line, photography, and some Sweden’s best food! More info here.