Dundret

Ski resorts in Sweden
Lifts (5/5)
Slopes (15/15)
Snow depth
740 m
420 m
130 cm

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    0 cm
    Fair
    -10°
    5 m/s
  • Monday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -9°
    5 m/s
  • Tuesday

    2 cm snow
    Partly cloudy
    -3°
    7 m/s
What do you think about Dundret?
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Mattias Strand
Mattias Strand (Guest)
05/02/2020
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Lovely slopes, short queues.
Expensive coffee, however.

Sofia
Sofia (Guest)
04/02/2020
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Very nice facility close to everything even to town

Lasse Nykänen
Lasse Nykänen (Guest)
28/01/2020
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Be with the family on the thunder this weekend, very good pistachio, perfect before on all the slopes!
Fun to see the plant come back to life after a few years of neglect ...
Will be more visits there!

Anna Parfa
Anna Parfa (Guest)
14/01/2020
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New owners, new opportunities! The thunder is best in Sweden on SNOW !!!

Snöräven
Snöräven (Guest)
19/03/2018
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Nice backs and the possibility of a nice snowmobiling in the woods.
Friendly staff.
MINUS
The park is quite useless.
After the sports holiday week it turned out that there was no idea to stay for a couple of days when it is not open on days during the spring.
Only evening skiing and top lifts do not even run every night.
 The new owner is apparently vampire and believes that downhill skiing should be done in the evening.

Hedda
Hedda (Guest)
04/01/2018
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So Dundret. Looking up to the top is the wonderful view of 1/11 of Sweden's surface. It's just that thing, it's great to go on the Dundret. In addition, there are many, long, beautiful slopes in great variety. Wide, steep, kind, rolling, through woods, over calvary, child-friendly yard and real brant. Superfine long-distance trails all around, both thundered-around the track (pre-filled in spring winter I know) that's long, and the shorter and more hilly tracks in great variation at the Hellner stadium. Superb food last year, afterski, nice staff, snow proof, long season, new lifts late a few years have also brought a boost! Highly recommend!

webblund
01/12/2017 (Modified: 14/12/2017)
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Dundret is a top ski resort. There are many ride options for all types of riders. From prefabricated slopes to offpiste, forest saw, barnbacks and park, even steeper slopes like long cozy fields. New fast 6-seat lift pushes one to the top in no time. Plenty of caravan sites and nice service houses. The proximity to Gällivare with food stores etc. makes the stay smooth. 2: 40h from Luleå allows you to go over the day if you want to. Lovely mountain feel from the top of the thunder with a nice view of large areas of mountain world.


GeorgEriksson
02/11/2017
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Good

Hugoasplundisaksson
09/02/2017
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positive:
1.bra backar
2. many pistes
3. long slopes
4.good lifts
negative:
1.not so many pillows
2.dull park
3. Windy sometimes, so the seat lift does not go

Skid åkaren
Skid åkaren (Guest)
29/03/2016
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I think Dundret is a good ski resort with very good lifts and slopes. It's getting even better now that its lifts are there. Everyone from professionals to beginners can go here. For those who are interested, the park is very well made with many big and small jumps, and also many rails. The best thing I know with Dundret off the piste is myself;)

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