Almåsaberget

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Andreas Thuröe
Andreas Thuröe (Guest)
13/02/2019
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Offal's hidden gem! Have slumbered for a few years due to change of ownership and a little bit of a mess but have woken up again. This season they are investing even more and are open all week V8-9 (last year only weekend). Not big but the slopes there are fantastic. That both German and French national teams were there and trained during the World Cup should prove this! Nice staff too! Go there!


Boongie
24/02/2009
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Really soft place!
Not a single lift queue as far as the eye reaches. Additionally, the expectation is quite flat, so it is possible to put the turns correctly, no Danes or German to cross between ... just nice people with shysst attitude.

However, missed a really tough hill to drive rocky high speed soils in ...

Did not have a pillow case with me so it was nothing special of that product :(
But imagine how it was in the woods.

Really good staff in one place attracts a softa yoke where you throw a rail and a little forest soak !!

Il be back !!!

mqi
09/01/2009
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A while since I went here, but I still keep the PA back as one of the absolute grumpiest I go back. Perfect slope and naturally hilly. Clearly worth a day's ride just for this back! Ready 5th

The mountain by the way, I can not directly call it well, even though the slopes are capable. The downside is that they are drowning at the end. I have not tried the forest. This takes down the overall rating.

Fest4ever
29/08/2007
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Yes, what can you say? An absolutely wonderful place you can not get enough of. They have built up several railways now and they are awesome. they are a very good place for those looking to the woods to drip from some beautiful rocks. They are a perfect terrain and all the slopes are really fun. But it's a pity that if you want hope, you have to build yourself.
thus:
The food +
+ staff
+ Forest / slopes
- Too little hope and too short landings

Certainly an affordable visit.

hampus_o
20/02/2006
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Almåsa is a very soft place, I'm very fond of slopes and snowy weather until this year they have invested a bit in the funpark. They are 2 new jump one on 8 meters and another 15 meters.
the forest is very good, high drip and not so much rice to chop in the way the food there is food for gods and the price is not stupid they are too fast pesonal what more can you get almond is worth a week a year more. =)

SVENKE
11/10/2005
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whole nice place me well prepared pistes ...
A must when you usually go down the back. because there is a lot of white gold. You're all about them! the only downside e that you have to go up !!!

Almåsa has good staff, good food and the best back I think !!!

Skantz
03/01/2005
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A very complete ski mountain that has everything.
Sweden's best slope is the PA-Backen designated, (the second one was Gästrappet Åre.) Sweden's steepest lowland slope, hence the steepest outside of the mountain range. It's wide and sick beautifully naturally hilly, how fun to stand on as you're 99% safe at the moment at the piste. If you have not left your farmer yet. Compared to, for example. Lundrappet (yr) who turned out to be a very good pist when I was there summer when it was built. It looked so funny I imagined burning on it in all the unevennesses, what had happened until the winter. I get there and it looks like a football pitch that leans a bit. So the PA-Back is absolutely wonderful. By the way, there are a few okay other slopes as well. But it is the forest harvest that is about to talk about. Between the ica turn and PA, even between PA and the elevator. But the best is the skier's left if the lifts are very good terrain. Varied forest for a while it may be world class all of a sudden it can be lax to curse. Then it crumbles a lot of small pieces of wood in the woods often with a bunch of trees in the landings so take it easy. The back side where they cleared for the new lift that I do not think is set up yet, they have cleared the new slopes with thrift where the snowflake may be about 40% more than on the front (south-facing). It shows stumps and a little tree here and was absolutely wonderful terrain to go in. Hope they do not do any more until the new lift is set up. The advantage of the new area is that you can track weeks after snowfall, so it does not work after the lift is in use.
I recommend you to take a day here it is more than worth it. For its size of the mountain, it is one of the best resorts in Sweden.

MissJeens
17/04/2004
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Almåsa is a very nice, '' small '' place.
The food there is absolutely wonderful, and the slopes are nice and fun to go in. Snow is quite a lot, which makes it possible to ride many forest lanes.
It is said that it will be expanded there, but I do not really know.
''Funpark''- Do you wonder !?
Yes, there is a Funpark, but it is very small. Just a jump and a rail.
But to those who have not been there I recommend Almåsa strongly.

Thus:

+ Sizes
+ Maybe expanding
+ Small people, which gives: Small lift queue
- Too small Funpark
- Pretty short season

16/02/2004
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Good ski resort if you are either a pistilian or explorer, otherwise it's the right thing to do.
The best part is that it gets a lot of snow and then it's nice to see all the forest roads that are there.
sure there is a small "park" but with a jump and a rail, there is nothing to go to bed for.
You go here for pillows and drops, so go!

tjoffen
21/02/2003
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so far this year I have nothing to complain about ..
there have been a couple of really good days ...
just pity that some I feel have done badly .. a cracked bones in the body ..
one tried to make backflip .. (did only half) ... one was hit by a fighter ... hit a jacket in the hood .. bleed like a pig ... myself got upset .. stayed bedside in a da ...
me and some guys went down the back ... it was really soft ... though it was quite hard to get up ... luck it came a nice guy on a viking lll who drove us half way up .... they have been lucky with the snow this year..you have a good deal ... i think more people can go there and then write a review about the place so i see what others think .... tjoffen

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