Millions of people flock each year to Europe's snow capped mountains to tonse around with the skis under your feet.
this year, the situation is different, and most ski resorts are temporarily closed.
Recession or not, the Swedish ski resort of Stöten near Sälen in Dalarna than in the world.
Over recent years has Stöten thrown around 220 million Danish kroner for their ski resorts, but it does not stop here. In the new year is the popular skidestination ready with even more extensions and action to get people to brave the epidemic, and run north.
The writing Skiavisen.
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Most significantly Stöten scored a 1170 meters long ravinelift with the capacity to serve 750 skiers per hour. In this way reduces the risk of long queues.
And it is not the only coronatiltag. To spread people more out and to avoid large crowds have Stöten invested in a range of digital solutions, says its director Johan Thorn to Skiavisen.
- We do everything to ensure that we can continue to provide a complete skiing experience, which, of course, is completely coronatilpasset, and we have especially put into the digital development of the site. It should feel completely safe to keep his skiing holiday with us.
Stöten has also invested in new housing, so there is now an extra 800 beds - all with ski in/out, so you can glide directly from the cottage and out on the slopes.
Well yes, and lo and behold about Stöten not expect so many guests in the coming time, that has been spent money to renovate and expand the local waffle house, Våffelstugan.
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