Hotel, Bed & Breakfast, cottage or apartment? There’s several different options for accommodation in Östersund with surroundings. Östersunds Tourist Office have gathered different options to help you find the accommodation you prefer, visit their website visitostersund.se
Do you prefer to bring your own home with you, but need somewhere to park your caravan? Visit Östersund have listed different camping sites on their webpage.
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Stay in Sundsvall and take the train to the competitions!
During the weekends there will be daily trains from Sundsvall C to Östersund Västra and back, adjusted after the competition times and with no stops along the way. On the morning train there will be coffee and a sandwich and on your way back they will serv hotdog with something to drink. Ticket to Grand Stand A, lower is included in the price. Book your ticket to the Biathlontrain by clicking on the day of your choice below, then choose “Tågpaket m. A-läktare Nedre…”.
Saturday 9 March – Sprint men 16:30
Departure Sundsvall C 11:10 – Departure Östersund Västra 19:45
Sunday 10 March – Pursuit women 13:45, Pursuit men 16:30
Departure Sundsvall C 08:55 – Departure Östersund Västra 19:15
Saturday 16 March – Relay women 13:15, Relay men 16:30
Departure Sundsvall C 08:25 – Departure Östersund Västra 19:45
Sunday 17 March – Mass start women 13:15, Mass start men 16:00
Departure Sundsvall C 08:25 – Departure Östersund Västra 19:15
Östersund is located in the middle of Sweden and Scandinavia with the Biathlon Arena just 15 minutes away from the airport, train station and the city center where the main bus center is. There’s good connections by train and bus and also multiple airlines that traffic Östersund daily.