28 May 2024
Downhill skiing in and around Stockholm
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Downhill skiing in and around Stockholm

Finally! The snow is coming and it’s time to strap on our skis and hit the slopes.  YLC has the lowdown on where to head for a bit of downhill in and around Stockholm. 

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All of the locations listed below have ski rental services, provide ski lessons. Some may require you order your lift passes ahead of time online.




 

Hammarbybacken – Stockholm

The ski season at Hammarbybacken usually begins in mid-December, but take a look at the website for updates when the snowy weather begins. Hammarbybacken has 3 lifts and 5 slopes of all difficulty levels. Since the slopes are in the middle of Stockholm, it’s easy to get there by car (be aware of limited parking), bus, subway, or even by boat.

Hammarby fabriksvägen 111

Tel.: 0280-880 61

Website: www.skistar.se/hammarbybacken

 

Flottsbro – Huddinge

Flottsbro has 3 lifts and 5 slopes for all levels of expertise. If you want to stay overnight accommodation can be booked upon request in cabins or there is a camping ground. Equipment rental can be done on site or online.

Häggstavägen 20, Huddinge

Tel.: 08-535 327 00

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.flottssbro.se



 

Kungsberget – Järbo

Just two hours from Stockholm Kungsberget offers not just skiing but a plethora of activities for the whole family.  With 10 lifts and 19 slopes this is a great choice for the day-tripper, although accommodation is available for overnights, weekends or longer.

Tel.: 054-13 26 00

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.kungsberget.se

 

Romme Alpin – Borlänge

Romme Alpin opens December to April 6th (the Ski Lodge opens December 19th). It has 28 slopes from green to black and 13 lifts. Skibus from Stockholm will take you directly to Romme Alpin, non-stop, but check their website for other departure locations. Another option is by car, taking about 2.5 hours.

Tel.: 0243-79 58 00

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.rommealpin.se

 

Bjursås Ski Center – Bjursås

A bit further afield, Bjurås clocks in at about 3 hours from Stockholm, but it’s worth the extra mileage as the skier in you will find all you need onsite, including overnight accommodation, lessons, rentals, etc.

Tel.: 023-77 41 77

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.bjursas.com

 

Ulricehamn Ski Center – Ulricehamn

Now we’re taking you even further – Ulricehamn is just over 3 and a half hours from Stockholm so it may be more of a weekend jaunt than a day trip. But is it worth it? No doubt about it. Everything you need is here, including 7 lifts and 7 slopes, along with a fabulous restaurant for that perfect after-ski meal and drink.

Tel.: 0321-53 00 50

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.uc-skidcenter.se



 

Orsa Grönklitt – Orsa

About the same distance from Stockholm as Ulricehamn, Orsa offers excellent slopes for all skill levels, equipment rental, overnight accommodation and a choice of eating out. It also has a snow park with jumps, rails and more.

December 21 through April.

Tel.: 0250-462 00

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.orsagronklitt.se

 

Find more ski resorts here:

https://www.skistar.com/

http://www.visitsweden.com/sweden/Things-to-do/Adventure–Sports/Skiing/Ski-resorts/ 

 

Research: Carmel Heiland

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