Bydalsfjällen

Ski resorts in Sweden
Bydalsfjällen includes Gräftåvallen

Lifts (15/16)
Slopes (38/45)
Snow depth
1010 m
590 m
123 cm

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    0 cm
    Cloudy
    -2°
    4 m/s
  • Monday

    0 cm
    Cloudy

    8 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Fair

    3 m/s
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Teodor
Teodor (Guest)
23/03/2020
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Great place for those who do not want to be crowded. Real mountains and beautiful slopes.

Gustav
Gustav (Guest)
13/01/2020
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A very cozy place with nice long slopes and cross-country ski tracks for both classic skiing and skating.

Advantages: Cheaper than most of the more well-known areas, both when it comes to lift tickets and and food. No track cost for cross-country skiing. A little queues as there are not so many people but still a large area for visitors to spread out on.

Cons: No nightclubs for the party-goer but better suited for those who want to hang out in the cabins after dinner / après ski. No seat lifts.

If you want to go skiing and spend time with friends and family, this is a great place as it feels very safe to drop even younger family members on their own adventures.

Avanceradåkare
Avanceradåkare (Guest)
05/01/2020
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The village valley is beautiful but for an advanced rider the area offers very little. There are a few black slopes however, they are all short and are at the top which closes when it blows. Bydalen's slopes are also mostly blue which is family friendly but nothing for the rider who wants a challenge. The area also does not have a single sitting lift which is a big disappointment. If you are looking for a family-friendly area maybe Bydalen is for you but in my experience Sälen is recommended over Bydalen. If you are an advanced rider like me, you should instead move to areas such as Åre and Vemdalen.

Grönsvart
Grönsvart (Guest)
16/12/2019
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Go there when you get tired of queues and the 08's in Åre!

Phkansson
29/10/2019
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Perfect when you really want to put large carving turns without having tons of people around each crest

Henrik Ragnvaldsson
Henrik Ragnvaldsson (Guest)
14/03/2019
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Great place if you want a lot of skiing and don't have to queue. Everything from simple children's slopes, black slopes, ski-cross and fun park. Very family friendly.


Maloc
20/12/2018
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Went to Bydalen for the first time three years ago. Had no greater expectations but was very pleasantly surprised, and it has become my absolute favorite facility in Jämtland. The resort is incredibly scenic and lies in a narrow and beautiful valley. The slopes are well groomed and there are a lot of varied rides. Liftköerna is basically non-existent, especially if you are in the middle of the system. There is also a lot of available forests, and a nice off-piste for those who are prepared to go a little bit.

There are clearly disadvantages as well. As others have said, it is difficult to get from one end of the system to the other when the elevators in the high zone are not open. It is also very badly marked, which can make it very frustrating when you fail to find the right one. There is also a seat lift missing, which is a pity when it would really lift the plant if one existed.

Despite the absence of sensible signs and a seat lift, it becomes a full pot for Bydalen. The resort is truly a gem!


Maja Norberg
Maja Norberg (Guest)
02/01/2018
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Nice slopes, recomend the main course, it was really good.
The upper lifts were not open yet but sunny and fine with 12 degrees minus and light wind.


ZDLR
13/12/2017
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Great little gem with Jämtland's second largest ski system. Has it dumped really - so both the high and low zone are open - I think it's great to be when the crowd is often right so queues and other things that can affect your ski humor barely exist. Biggest minus is that there are only anchor lips but when your feet start to get used to it, it's all right. Recommended!

Carlssone
01/12/2017
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To Bydalen you go if you like peace and quiet, long slopes, easily accessible offpiste and family friendly on the slopes. If you want water parks, six-seat lifts, shops and après ski, there are much better alternatives. You will not get any of this.

For me with two children who are 10-12 years old and like peace and quiet and zero lifeguards, Bydalen fits very well. We can all three give us off to the offpiste "adventure" which is of the kindest kind, or to go long beautiful days in well-prepared pistes all day long.
If I want to be challenged there are a few more challenging offpiste opportunities in the ski area but they are pretty soon resolved. If I'm against it, I get the hurricane to knock myself, there is the dream and some other possibilities. This requires good avalanche knowledge, the right equipment and local knowledge. Can get if you rent ski school teacher / guide but there is no ski school doing any major advertising.

The bid is suitable for me right now when I go with my family, but should I go with my friends, we want some bigger challenges.


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Rider: Eric Karlsson Photo: Andreas Bryngel

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