December is a month we all long for in Funäsdalen. It´s getting colder and the lower temperatures are here to stay. The snow crackles as you walk through it, the snow-covered pine trees are fabulously white and the air is so wonderfully high and crispy. The cold temperatures create optimal conditions for the snowguns on the mountain. The process of producing and preparing the snow on the slopes is progressing completely according to plan. As the snow piles from the snowguns grow on the mountain, the longing for the season-opening of Funäsdalsberget on December 18 rises!
Many of us are looking forward to the season’s first turns on Funäsdalsberget and to being able to celebrate Christmas and New Year´s Eve in the mountains – but there are still a few accommodation alternatives left! If you also want to experience a snowy start to the season – or an eventful holiday over Christmas and New Year, it is important to book before it is too late. You will find vacant accommodation here!
With well-stocked store shelves, extended opening hours, and seasonal news on site, the local businesses are ready to welcome returnees and new guests to town. One of our warmest recommendations is to pre-book as much as possible of what you want to see and do in Funäsdalen. The local businesses in town, of course, want to offer as many people as possible a chance to take part in various offers, but unfortunately, the available spots are not always enough. This applies to everything from tables in restaurants, to snowmobiling, ski school, and much more. We also want to take the opportunity to recommend the Take-Away menu that is offered at Fjällrestaurangen, but also at various other restaurants around town. A great alternative if the restaurant is unfortunately fully booked, or if you e.g. do not want to cook on the day of arrival.
See you on the mountain, in the cross-country trails, or at a restaurant in town!