Important information from Idre Fjäll

Here you find important information about current and significant events that may affect your stay at Idre Fjäll.

A summer guided by caution & solidarity

The world is going through a crisis and still people go on vacation? It might seem strange, but not to us. We know how important recovery, nature and activity is for both mental and physical health. Maybe more so now than ever. 

This won't be a summer like before, but it will be an important one, where we as representatives for the tourism industry carry a great responsibility for providing our guests safe conditions. Our staff, the regional health care and the whole community are doing a great and important job, welcoming our guests. 

As we now welcome our guests to our mountains, and our colleagues back to work, we have one important plea: Let's go into the summer guided by caution and solidarity.

Caution, where we all show consideration for our safety as well as our health care resources nation wide. Where we make choices - bid and small - with caution in mind and not put anyone in harms way. 

Solidarity, where we show respect for everyones decisions and needs. Where we take care of each other and make sure we all have a great summer ahead, whether you visit or work in the mountains. 

Welcome to the Swedish mountains.

We are opening for summer!

As of June 22, Idre Fjäll opens again, with activities, reception, grocery store and some of the restaurants. Until then you are welcome to stay at Idre Fjäll, but none of the above are open.

Our accommodation is open for guests from June 1st and we have adjusted our booking terms for the summer season. 

If you book with a cancellation insurance, the following applies:

  • You can cancel your trip without a medical certificate up until 10 days before arrival date. Idre Fjäll will only keep the cancellation insurance fee (SEK 350). 
  • You can still cancel your trip up until arrival date, but if less than 10 days remain to arrival, a medical certificate is required, since Idre Fjäll are obliged to reimburse cabin owners in case of late cancellations. 
  • Activities, trail passes & lift passes may be cancelled free of charge up untill arrival date 

FAQ

When will Idre Fjäll open again?

We're still awaiting updated recommendations from Swedish authorities regarding the summer season and hope to have definitive information on this shortly. We will update the info here. and on our social media platforms, so follow us for udates!

Can i cancel if I book a trip now?

You can cancel your trip without a medical certificate up until 10 days before arrival date. Idre Fjäll will only keep the cancellation insurance fee (SEK 350).  You can still cancel your trip up until arrival date, but if less than 10 days remain to arrival, a medical certificate is required since Idre Fjäll are obliged to reimburse cabin owners in case of late cancellations. 

Can I book activities this summer?

As soon as we know more what the Swedish authorities recommendations will be, we will release the activity schedule and opening hours for the summer. We will let you know through our social media channels and here at idrefjall.se, so make sure to follow us and check our website regularly!

Will shops & restaurants be open?

As soon as we know what the Swedish authorities recommendations & restrictions will be, we will release the activity schedule and opening hours for the summer. We will let you know through our social media channels and here at idrefjall.se, so make sure to follow us and check our website regularly!

Tommy Halvarsson

Sales & marketing manager