Off the beaten trail winter sports Sweden
”Off the beaten trail winter sports”
6 Day Winter Break Sweden
But to be honest, this barely is a holiday . . .
You don’t get to sleep in, you don’t get to be lazy, and you don’t get to drink cocktails on the beach. Instead, you’ll be cross country skiing through the mountains, ice skating between hotels over the Baltic Sea, and off-piste skiing after climbing a mountain on snowshoes. Sounds good? Read on!
- Traveling from hotel to hotel on ice skates in one of the world’s most spectacular ice skating areas, the Baltic Sea
- Snowshoe hiking and off-piste skiing / snowboarding
- Cross country skiing through the Southern mountains of Sweden
- Snowshoe viewpoint hike
- Visiting Norway
- Full board, three course dinner every day
- Good chance to see Northern lights
- Spending one night in a basic mountain cabin at the top
- Accommodating at a luxurious mountain station with local food
Day 1 – ”Ice Skating Paradise”
What better place to start our ultimate winter adventure than the capital of Scandinavia, Stockholm. Stockholm is home to some of the best natural ice skating conditions worldwide. So guess what we’ll be doing there? Right. Ice skating. And lots of it! Together with a local guide and Pieter Dingemans, founder of The Green Trails, who will be with you during the entire trip. We strap on our ice skates and, why not, if we get lucky may even make a loop over the Baltic Sea. This is The Green Trails most popular day trip during winter time! After lunch we start skating towards our hotel for the night.
Day 2 – Heading North. . .
Rise and shine for yet another day full of adventure. After breakfast we hit the ice again. We skate between islands and past high cliffs, until it’s time for lunch. After lunch we start heading up North. Halfway there we stop for a viewpoint hike, during which we will have a far stretched view over the snow-covered valley and distant mountains. We hike up using snowshoes. Later, arriving to our accommodation, we meet Kjelle and Annika, our hosts for the next coming days.
Day 3 – Off-piste with a night in a mountain cabin
After breakfast we gear up and head out. But po prepared pistes, lifts or ski cards on this trip. Time for some off-piste skiing! We hike up and enjoy powder snow as far as the eye can see. And no other people to have to share it with! Is that winter paradise or what? We spend the night in a cabin in the mountains.
Day 4 – Coming down
Waking up in the mountains there’s just one thing in your mind. Get out in the snow again! More off-piste action will take you down between the trees and back to the mountain station where we started off at, just in time for dinner.
Day 5 – Cross Country
Enough of alpine? Good. Today we’re trying out cross country skiing! We’ll be using touring ski’s and make our own tracks. Follow in the footsteps of the fugitive king Gustav of Sweden and glide through the mountains with views stretching far out over lakes and the Norwegian border. We will make sure to cross it too, knocking Norway of your bucket list.
Day 6 – Roadtrip!
The last day of our adventure together. Road trip! We’ll make several stops at natural and cultural sights along the way. Around the evening we will be back in Stockholm. Feeling bliss for all of our new memories of the past days we say our goodbyes.
Requirements: This is an intense physical trip, and a good healthy shape is therefore required. A basic skill in skiing or snowboarding is also necessary.
We recommend to book it while you can, since we only carry out this winter special once a year and we have a maximum of just 6 guests. If you wish to book send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +46 7 69 11 13 44. Do you have an inquiry? Let us know and we’ll be happy to answer any question you might have.
05-02-2017 / 10-02-2017
Inclusions & exclusions
- High quality accommodations
- Three course dinner every night
- Transport between all locations
- Local guides on all activities
- Tour manager through out the whole trip