All our ski resorts are just a couple of hours away from international airports. If you'd rather drive, there are car ferries from Germany or northern Denmark to Norwegian or Swedish ports, from where you can drive straight to the resort.
Travelling by air
Åre – fly to Östersund or Trondheim. Taxi transfers to Åre. Choosing to stay in central Åre means you're walking distance away from ski lifts, shops and restaurants. Travelling between the ski areas of Åre is easy with the ski bus.
Vemdalen – fly to Östersund or Trondheim Airport. Taxi or bus transfers to Vemdalen take approx. 1.5 hours. Getting around the different ski areas of Vemdalen is easy with the ski bus.
Sälen – fly to Scandinavian Mountains Airport (opens December 2019). Transfer by bus or taxi to Hundfjället & Tandådalen takes 10 minutes, while the travel time to Lindvallen & Högfjället is 25 minutes. Getting around the different ski areas of Sälen is easy with the ski bus.
Trysil – fly to Scandinavian Mountains Airport (opens December 2019). Taxi or bus transfers to Trysil take approx. 40 minutes. Fly to Oslo. Taxi or bus transfers to Trysil take approx. 3 hours.
Hemsedal - fly to Oslo. Taxi or bus transfer takes approx. 4 hours. The ski bus will take you between the ski area and the village of Hemsedal.
St. Johann in Tirol – fly to Munich, Salzburg or Innsbruck. The taxi transfer time from all the airports is less than 2 hours.
Travelling by car and ferry
For those who prefer to bring their own car to our Scandinavian ski resorts, the car ferry is a great way of travelling comfortably while saving time. Ferries depart from Kiel, Travemünde or Rostock in Germany or from Frederikshavn, Hirtshals or Copenhagen in Denmark. The ferries arrive at Langesund or Oslo in Norway or Gothenburg in Sweden. From the port you can continue your journey by car.
A number of our ski resorts are also easily accessible by train. If you fly to Stockholm you can take the night train to Åre or Vemdalen. You can also take a regional train to Mora and then a bus on to Sälen. For those who want to take the train to St. Johann, there is a train station in the centre of the village to which trains run from most major cities in the region.