Ansätten

Ski resorts in Sweden

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8 reviews
Anders
Anders (Guest)
13/04/2009
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Ridden a week in Ansätten at the end of February and had the best pillows days for many years. Me and the poles were alone in the elevator and drove two days without having to go on the same track once.

The staff is the pillow paradise number one. With studs you have incredible scratches and do not need to be crowded with someone on the mountain. If you do not have a knot, you have 600 meters of cushion in a sparse mountain birch terrain and then no lift queue to quickly get you back up.

The cottage is cozy with a never-ending fire and very happy and nice people. Relaxed.

As usual, it is important to be careful. Remember to ask how the avalanche is. Those who work have a look.

10/02/2009
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Very cozy place. The home-runs! Lovely snow.
Remember when you were small - what an adventure it was to go to Ansätten.
Especially to interpret after the ferry up to the lifts.
Mmmm. Finfint.
Just have amazing memories of the glorious sun, twinkling snow and happy people ....
Glory days.

Pontus_J
27/11/2007
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Last year there was a new owner of the lift and it was over again! Hope the same thing this year! Perhaps not the best backs but a terribly nice covered hill in the middle of the mountain! Get there with the weed in spring when the sun is on.

Pontus_J
24/04/2007 (Modified: 24/11/2007)
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Very nice place!
They have a new owner so hope the lifts go this winter. It did the last iaf.

Ola
Ola (Guest)
04/04/2006
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Incredibly charming little facility. The interpreter steering up with the vesla is tough, and on the trip down it will be unbelievably little competition down the relaxed hill to the parking lot. Perhaps not directly any major challenges in the slopes. Snow shortage is probably an unknown concept. Possible to knock up at the top and squeeze some off-piste, but it's limited with possibilities.

The plant on the crew is south-facing and has become a base for those using snowmobiles to visit the mountain. Do not go here if you want to experience the total silence on the mountain ... In Easter times, it's quieter at the top of Åreskutan.

If you do not have a problem with some snowmobile tracks, this is a place that is definitely worth a visit. I'm going to pull my wife and force the kid to learn how to ski here. When I look at the plant, I'm thinking of a "pistol guard".

Mats Lindqvist
Mats Lindqvist (Guest)
24/10/2005
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It's almost so you get a tear in your eye when you read all the great reviews about Ansätten, this little paradise, in the midst of the mountains, so adorable beautifully. I have been skiing in most of the major ski resorts in Europe, but still something special about the facility at Ansätten. Maybe it's because I was strolling away in the old cable car for the first time on the ski slopes in the early 70's , plowed me down to Grandmother sitting on a clean skin in one of the dug pits in the snow and waiting for hot waffles ... I guess it did not happen so much about the number of slopes, lifts etc. but what are you doing this paradise should everybody visit, feel the calm and warmth of the stress-free locals, and all of you, the offpiste ride on Ansätten, that's hard. I only say one thing: "They were going to hurry !!
Mats Lindqvist, with roots in Häggsjövik.

Skantz
05/11/2003
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Nice peaceful place. Absolutely without skilled skiers who are pushed for the powder ... there are good skiers but never lift queue or congestion .. You take the lift up to the mountain (5km) to the lift. The lifter is not long, so bring stumps and you have very easy scratches in quantities for approx. 400 fall height meters. Watch out for the avalanche. Plus, you can get the scooter up on the mountain. Nice warm cabin with good waffles etc.

Daani
16/06/2003
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My "home" back that you've been in since you got legs and skis to ride on ...
sneaky care ... if you build a nice jump on the side of the hill, you can have a really nice day there. they have what i had to say // form

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