On the very top of Sweden's picturesque Mount Förberget, more than 730 meters above sea level, rests an idyllic getaway. With the warmth of a mom-and-pop operation and the thrilling custom design of master architect Peter Bohlin, the Copperhill Mountain Lodge is a gem in Sweden's snowy mountains. Known for his work on the iconic Apple stores, Bohlin has succeeded in making the hotel's 112
earth-toned guestrooms feel lustrous and comfortable as well as invitingly private.
Guests can take in 360-degree views of the Jämtland mountains through large bay windows. The summer season in the Nordic wilderness offers a chance to take in the crisp air and spectacular bright nights whilst enjoying strolls and hikes in the mountains and lush forests. For the more adventurous, the Åre ski system is a known mountain biking area in the summer and autumn. Åre's renowned Alpine ski area, the largest in Scandinavia, is just beyond the doorstep, and ski-in/ski-out access makes exploring everything as simple as strapping on a pair of skis. The comprehensive Ski Club offers lessons, mountain guides, ski rentals, and heli-skiing for the very adventurous. The gourmet restaurant Niesti and the Coppermine Co. nourish ruddy-cheeked guests with hearty European delicacies. The luxurious Level spa, as well as a pair of top-shelf watering holes, are on hand to help guests kick back after a long day on the slopes.
Copperhill Mountain Lodge is located on the top of Mount Förberget in Åre Björnen, Sweden, within ten minutes driving distance to the train station. 80 kilometers to Åre-Östersund Airport and 130 kilometers to Værnes International Airport in Trondheim, Norway.
Peter Bohlin, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (USA)
AIX Arkitekter (Sweden)
Koncept ( Sweden)
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