“I live in Åre, Sweden. It’s a little mountain town up north with only 1,500 people. We don’t have a stop light, but with almost 900 vertical meters, a tram, and heli-skiing, we do have northern Europe’s biggest ski resort. To me, Åre has it all: amazing people, good skiing in the winter, great biking in the summer, and a relaxed, down-to-earth mentality. But more than that, it has incredible light. Being close to the Arctic Circle means we get four hours a day of pink-orange sky in the early season, but can ski until 10 at night in the spring…”
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