Hemavan Tärnaby at just over a metre’s height

Six-year-olds Nora and Milla packed their skiing gear and their family and took a trip to Hemavan Tärnaby. Here are their top tips for the traditional ski resort that is becoming more attractive to young families.

Text: Lars Frank
Foto: Robert henriksson

A big thumbs-up went to the new gondola lift that meant Nora and Milla could simply hop straight out of the car and get up to the kids slopes around Prinsen. And they felt ready for the skiing because they’d made lots of progress with Magnus down at the ski-school. Fishing was OK, but the bumpety-bump snow scooter ride to get there was the most fun. They might try a dog-sled ride next time.

Doing higher and higher jumps in the snow park down by Lenny the Lemming’s Land was great. And it was good to be able to get a hot-dog from the outdoor grills nearby. Nora and Milla were lucky to have had sunny weather, but they’d heard that Lenny’s Land offered lots for kids to do in bad weather, and that the reindeers at Daelvie were worth a visit.

Magnus Rasmark at Tärnaby skidskola helping the kids - to ski and have fun in the slopes