Flottsbro Alpin

Ski resorts in Sweden

Snow forecast

  • Monday

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    5 m/s
  • Tuesday

    1.6 mm rain
    Partly cloudy

    2 m/s
  • Wednesday

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SverigeTomten
18/10/2007
This resort is the best in the Stockholm area and it is only 15 minutes from city.
Flottsbro has got a great snow system and the staff is helpful and kind.
The park is Ok and the pists are grate.
This ski resort is best for the average rider but it also works good for kids and "newstarters"

If you come to Stockholm, dont´t forget to stop in Flottsbro.

Makkan
10/10/2019
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Good hill
Friendly staff

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Decreased opening hours
(Including Mon and Tues closed)
Charges for parking

mattiasborg
10/10/2019
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Great considering the circumstances. Most often go any day of the week.
One lap takes about 4min (3:30 lift, 0:30 down). If you feed on for two hours you get 30 oak and 3000 fhm. Not bad pink for a Tuesday night in sthlm.
A big minus is that the slalom club occupies one of two rewarding slopes 4 weekday evenings a week. Sometimes even on Friday nights but then unofficial training with ambitious dads who have no time to go to the weekend's competitions north ("No official training today but we stay on edge. Is that good?")
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Sofia eriksson
Sofia eriksson (Guest)
13/02/2019
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Good slopes but great hope has been better. Nice staff and the children's area toa even the little ones who can handle steep slopes. The food perfect and possibilities for own food. Sadly though, they e long way to go to parking.

Michel
Michel (Guest)
27/01/2011
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Excellent backs for children to learn to go in and for another to roast before going on holiday to the mountains or the alps.

May be a bit long queue in the crankcase at the children's back sometimes and there staff could be a little more active to help the beginners get away smoothly with the lift.

On the other hand, they have been stuck with the chairlift for a while, so it's running at a lower capacity (much slower than the anchor lift next to it), and they get a lot of downtime with it. The reason should be for easy power supply and it seems strange because it is not the first season they use it.

Unfortunately, I do not seem to get any info when the chair lift is to be fixed and when there are a lot of queues, it takes a lot of the overall experience in the slope and draws the score a bit.

Kalle
Kalle (Guest)
27/01/2011
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Excellent backs for children to learn to go in and for another to roast before going on holiday to the mountains or the alps.

May be a bit long queue in the crankcase at the children's back sometimes and there staff could be a little more active to help the beginners get away smoothly with the lift.

On the other hand, they have been stuck with the chairlift for a while, so it's running at a lower capacity (much slower than the anchor lift next to it), and they get a lot of downtime with it. The reason should be for easy power supply and it seems strange because it is not the first season they use it.

Unfortunately, I do not seem to get any info when the chair lift is to be fixed and when there are a lot of queues, it takes a lot of the overall experience in the slope and draws the score a bit.

Zike
10/03/2009
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This is my home cup. The slopes are handled very well in the difficult conditions prevailing in the precipitation and temperature of this part of the country. This year they have been supplemented with a chair lift that is quite slow but generates an overcapacity on the lifts. Hardly anyone queues even if it's crowded with people. The backs are not much to say if they are well-behaved and capable of training techniques and training themselves for more challenging bravades elsewhere in the world. I teach my kids to go here and the children's area is very good but a bit cool in the buttonlift that is there. The second day they were in the family backpack, which is good for new skiers, too.

+ good park
+ good children's area
+ braliftkapasitet
+ good search system

-klimatet
animal food bring your food bag
-chicken in the children's lift
one of the slopes (competition) is off for competition often.

alex
alex (Guest)
11/02/2009
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So what's this for comments? nobody here is a real skier who knows what a good back offers .. do not you have any brains or are you just corked? The back is, as I said, in Stockholm and can not be compared to any mountain: S Flottsbro is the best possible hill and also has a very large park that also hosts major international jumping competitions including a new chairlift !! NI who wrote all the crap about going to Väsjöbacken can go to bed! Certainly the Väsjöbacken is also good, but you have 5 backs on the fleet bridge that no one else offers, and the new warriors are very nice !!

greetings outreach!

19/02/2006
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Clearly Stockholm Best Ski Resort. Have a worse
reputation than the back deserves. It's actually okay
to burn a little bit there. For the most part, it's actually really good
Riding in the piste and a bit into the season usually the park is
relatively good according to the conditions ...

In addition, you can check on Flottsbro Inn, something like that
missing from any of the other Stockholm backboks.

+ Mostly well before in the hill
+ Nice staff
 
-Low fall height
-Very novice on the slopes

(Guest)
08/11/2005
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Clearly the best back in Mälardalen, and given the circumstances, it is usually very good conditions. The fact that the temperature is changing constantly is difficult to do something about, and it is clear that it can get a bit hard sometimes, but it's just fussing. That it's grim even is bullshit, it only shows the class on the skier.

As a rooftop before a mountain or alpesa it's okay, and here there are actually all types of riders. WC skiers from Huddinge Alpina, skiers and jibbers, total beginners from Somalia, all categories of disabled, "haute-routine" guys and girls and so I!

A great plus is also the positive staff, not least how they meet students and instructors in the Handicap Ski School. Fun to see!

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