Ålviksbacken

Ski resorts in Sweden

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Robin Johansson
Robin Johansson (Guest)
13/01/2010
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It is tragic that there are people who think we have ever been open for only one week. It can be a good idea. In Ålviksbacken the mood is very good, both with fellow lions in the slalom club and among other riders.

This year we have 3 out of four slopes open and heavy with snow. We have also built a big jump for all snowboarders and jibbers who spend many evenings on the slopes.

The main back is quite steep, which gives good training for tough backs. The quality of the ski school is top! Most important of all, ALL ARE WELCOME!

/ Robin Johansson, Grums Slalomklubb

Grums
21/05/2007
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Home Hill!
Here you have spent many hours training, competition and ideal work over the years. Good training course to nip a stick and good start for children. The smell and the view are probably one of Sweden's worst if you do not catch sight of the south.

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S- star (Guest)
05/01/2006
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Forget about unmatched and unsightly written reviews.
Ålviksbacken is a small backdrop for mainly children and adolescents.
It is steep and therefore provides good training opportunities.
The ski club is very active and the atmosphere is family and enjoyable.
The club has bred many good skiers and will probably do so in the future as well.
Club members are adept at preparing the slopes, and despite its southern location, the surface is usually very good.
Good competitions with over 100 participants are usually organized.
The view from the top of the hill is very nice, to the south you look over the horizon of the left and west but one of the country's largest industries drenched in different colored lights. Beautifully.

As a curiosity it is mentioned that Sweden's first snow cannon was installed in Ålviksbacken.

After the conditions, ie as a backdrop for children and young people, and as a training slope for a ride in tougher slopes, it is perfect.

fogy
02/07/2003
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Ok, have to write a little now again. Ålviken ... did not get it right now after a few years. This year, I do not even think it was open more than a week. Tragic...
Positive!?, However, is that you can see its beauty from the paper lab on the mill. It's just to let the mind spin loose the best it's possible ... think to get rid of the shit ...

Mr Fog
Mr Fog (Guest)
19/03/2000
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Home sweet home! It's not fun to go skiing here. As simple as that. The best time of the season is at the moment when the lift is closed and you have to work to get around. Jibba here a spring day is not so jokeful. However, due to the bad winter season when the lift is open, the rating is significantly lowered.

Mr X
Mr X (Guest)
29/01/2000
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Is there anything more amazing than going to Ålviksbacken ??? You get there to the nice Kolstubbsbacken with a really nice paper mill 500m from that
Spreads out great beautiful scent. I LOVE Ålviksbacken

Mr Ski
Mr Ski (Guest)
29/01/2000
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My home back !!!
Unfortunately, it is probably the worst in all of Sweden.
It is completely careless and there is nothing here to do ... unfortunately ...

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