Fjätervålen

Ski resorts in Sweden
Lifts (3/4)
Slopes (18/18)
Snow depth
1002 m
685 m
95 cm

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -5°
    7 m/s
  • Monday

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    Fair
    -7°
    2 m/s
  • Tuesday

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    Cloudy
    -1°
    6 m/s
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Ludvig
Ludvig (Guest)
23/03/2020
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Very good skiing. Kind staff. Although it would have been better with a seat lift.

DonRoger
11/03/2020
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Nice pistes and a fairly wide area for off-piste skiing, albeit somewhat flat. Great for telemarkers but the grade is pulled down by the lifts which consist of two anchor lifts.

Kjelle Gaude
Kjelle Gaude (Guest)
10/03/2020
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Awesome


Kina
Kina (Guest)
02/01/2020
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Our second New Year's week here. Fine groomed longitudinal grooves in lovely surroundings. Here you are close to nature and avoid the heat that is found at the larger mountain facilities. We will be back again!

Anders Nilsson
Anders Nilsson (Guest)
02/09/2019
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Well-maintained slopes wonderful skiing

jacobpihel
11/03/2019
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The spring soap was the ski resort I learned to ski in. Used to describe the ski resort like this, large mountain (to be in sweden) relatively few slopes, and a really good off piste that rarely gets hit. The spring soap is perhaps best known in Alpine clubs and perhaps not among the Swedish ski tourists. This means that most people who go skiing in the spring gorge travel in the really cruel slalom slopes that are rated EM. Because of this, the off-piste is left untouched often and one can find untouched powder beside the lift 5 days after snowfall.

The spring soap fits all skiers and you can really let the kids loose without them coming away as the slopes lead back to the same lift. Fjätervålen's inn offers really good food and drinks of high quality and what you get for the price beats all the slick expensive ski slopes. The restaurant serves homemade homemade to-day, but you can choose from other things. The main disadvantage of the spring soap is that the only lift that goes to the top is a boom lift, however, the lift lift must be replaced by season 19/20 and then replaced by a seat lift.

Åk inte hit
Åk inte hit (Guest)
21/02/2019
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Extremely dissatisfied. Extremely expensive in the kiosk, icy slopes, no park and poor skiing before. If you are looking for skiing in the first class I would recommend Kläppen or Tandådalen.

Nöjd kund
Nöjd kund (Guest)
09/02/2019
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Fjätervålen is the perfect place for those who like long rides on well-groomed slopes, you are almost entirely in the wide slopes. You get the best skiing you can get here in Sweden because the slopes are never run up. Lift queues do not exist and there are plenty of friendly staff. The only thing I can think of is that there is no chair lift up to the top, just an anchor lift. But I also think that is why there are so few who choose to go to the spring soap. So rather the anchor lift than the chair lift if it is that one must be alone on the slopes that will never be driven up.

5/5 stars
Sincerely. The most satisfied customer in the world.

Johan
Johan (Guest)
24/01/2019
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Fantastic well prepared slope and very well prepared trail. World class!

Pillard
21/12/2018
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Classic "quarter" backing. Not too far away from Idre Fjäll there is Fjätervålen. When we were there last time it was still the typical courtyard with a restaurant that also stands for the lift pass, ski school, etc. It had been about racing girls and groups with teenage racing drivers. When Idrefjällen arranges alpine SM etc. the slalom is usually settled on Idre Fjäll, but other branches in Fjätervålen. That says most of the time. Here there are significantly longer slopes but not at all the same level of service around the ridge as in Idre fjäll. All that, however, will change in Serneke's great effort in the field.

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Rider: Gabriele Stea Photo: Jonas Axelsson

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