In the central of Åre you can find the good old “Kälkspåret”, which meanders from Fjällgården along Bergbanan down to Åre. Here we offer, several evenings a week, the opportunity to “drop in” with friends and family and go a number of times on our different fun carriages in the 800-meter track. The carriages that are available are: Zibobs, Scorpioracers and sleds. This activity is a “drop in” activity that has a limited amount of tickets.
For the smoothest and fastest handling at pickup of carriages, we recommend pre-booking online via our website. If there is a large number of guests, we will make sure that the pre-booked guests gets a zibob/scorpionracer/sled first. For other guests it is the term “first come first served” that’s available and tickets can be purchased at the start (Bergbanan endstation) or at Fjällgården.
We are open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 18:00-20:00 week 52 – week 10 and Saturdays 18.00-20.00 from week 11 as long as there is enough snow.CONTACT US FOR BOOKING
Who is Kälkspåret Race Park for?
Kälkspåret Race Park is an easy accessible adventure for guests in Åre who like to have fun in the snow together with family or friends.
Sledding in a 800 meter long track and transport up in Bergbanan.
Starting point of the track is 100 meters west of Fjällgården. (End station of Bergbanan).
1 run (5-10 min) or evening ticket valid for 2 hours.
Around 5 years to ride your own sled (under supervision of any adult). Age limit can be changed depending of snow conditions. For safety reasons we do not recommend to sit two persons in one sled.
Your own gear
Bring your own helmet, ski goggles and if you like, something to protect your face from snow spraying.
Go with Bergbanan up to the starting Point.
One ticket (One ride) = 70 kr
“Evening ticket” (free rides for one evening) = 200 kr
“Evening ticket -family” (free rides for one evening 2 adults & 2 kids under 12 years) = 590 kr
For companies and groups we also have other concepts with even higher flexibility. Contact us for a quote and suggestions for set up.
Published by: Rickard Fredriksson, founder of Explore Åre.