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Just 400m from the parking area, a lovely walk through the forest and you arrive at the waterfall. At the Canteen you can also enjoy your coffee or beer and have a lunch. Quality of food was excellent (it costs around 190 Sek)
What a place to visit. Short 5 min walk from the parking lot. The cold made the waterfall a frozen palace ... would highly recommend for a visit if you are in the Are mountains ... largest waterfall in Sweden!
Well worth the 8km detour from the main highway.
Sweden's largest waterfall is simply stunning.
Visiting in February the waterfall is frozen on the outside but flowing within. It is amazing. The water briefly appears before disappearing below the frozen lake.
Well worth the short...More
It’s a 5 minute walk from the car park to the top of the falls. They were half frozen when we saw them but still very striking. We didn’t walk all the way down to the bottom as it was too icy, but it’s worth...More
It is a little drive from the main road but once you have parke£ your car, it is about 5 minutes walk - we walked in the snow and took that much, so on a solid ground it will probably take less. You can approach...More
This is Sweden's largest water fall. It has a cafe and facilities for the summer season in the small car park but they were not open in December. Only a 500 m hike downhill through the snowy forest and there are the beautiful frozen falls...More
One of the largest waterfalls in Sweeden. Compared to the mighty waterfalls in Norway, it is not very impressive. However, it is quite lovely, and easy to hike along the waterfall. Several photo spots, and more or less guaranteed a rainbow on a sunny day....More
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Hi. From Stockholm take either bus(cheaper) or train. I believe that by train you should travel maybe 10 hours. I do not live in Åre, but they have an tourist information desk so thry can help you. Check also Åre on Google... More
Hi. From Stockholm take either bus(cheaper) or train. I believe that by train you should travel maybe 10 hours. I do not live in Åre, but they have an tourist information desk so thry can help you. Check also Åre on Google. Good luck