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Biking

Biking

Several biking trails are easily accessible from Idre Fjäll resort. The trails are unidirectional and have different degrees of difficulty marked by colours: the green trails are the easiest and the red ones are the hardest, while the blue ones have medium difficulty. When the lift is in service you can easily go to the top of the mountain and enjoy the red downhill trails. Idre Fjäll also features a practice area with jumps, drops, a pump track, stone steps and balance training. To access the practice area, as well as some of the trails, you need a pass that you can obtain at Idre Fjäll reception, at the bike rental of the Mountain Sports shop and at some local businesses.
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Hiking

Hiking

The area around Idre Fjäll offers endless hiking opportunities. The most scenic and exciting trails allow you to reach the summit of the mountains Nipfjället (starting from Nipfjället’s car park) or Städian (starting from Städjan’s car park). Once you arrive on top, you can enjoy the breath-taking views and perhaps a picnic. A shorter and easier hike starting from Nipfjället's car park is to the Lillnipen mountain. If you don't mind going a bit further, you can choose to hike in the Fulufjället National Park, the largest of its kind in southern Sweden. There you can see the country's highest waterfall, Njupeskär waterfall, and the world's oldest tree. Don´t forget to bring a map, some refreshments and good clothes for all weathers. If you need some company, you can join a guided hiking tour organised by the resort.
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Fishing and canoeing

Fishing and canoeing

Fishing and canoeing are two fun outdoor activities that you can enjoy in Idre during summer. You can rent boats, canoes and life jackets at the Mountain Sports shop at Idre Fjäll and then head to the nearby Burusjön lake. Note that for fishing you'll need to buy a license at the reception of Idre Fjäll resort. There you can also get a fishing map and discover other good spots for this activity, like the rivers Storån, Grövlan, Sörälven, Österdalälven and Fjätälven.
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