Hammarbybacken

Ski resorts in Sweden
Hammarbybacken is a hill built on waste and excavation soil from all sorts of different construction projects in and around Stockholm, with its top now sitting at 90 meters above lake Mälaren. Neither the vertical drop nor the number of runs is anything to rave about. Still however, with more than a million people living within close proximity, this artificial ski hill, just south of suburb Söder, shouldn’t be frowned at.

Hammarbybacken Snow forecast

  • Saturday
    0.2 in rain
    Rain
    49°F
    7 mph
  • Sunday
    0 ft
    Partly cloudy
    54°F
    6 mph
  • Monday
    0 ft
    Partly cloudy
    56°F
    3 mph

Facts about Hammarbybacken

Number of slopes:5
Very easy Green slopes:2
Easy Blue slopes:1
Moderately difficult Red slopes:1
Difficult Black slopes:1
Evening skiing:1 number of slopes
Artificial snow:4 number of slopes
Longest slope:2395 ft

Lifts (Total: 4)

Vertical drop
Hammarbybacken Vertical drop
Highest Point: 305 ft
Vertical drop: 272 ft
Base Point: 33 ft

Areas
Snowparks:1
Childrens area:1
Country: Sweden
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Reviews for Hammarbybacken

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Scott Avery
Scott Avery (Guest)
05/05/2010
First visit to Hammarbybacken today, so I thought I'd add a review. For people visiting Stockholm and in need of a quick fix on the slopes its great.... Read more (255 words)
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07/10/2007
Can't wait to ride this park... Hopefully it will be good enough!!!

Camilla R
08/11/2021
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good with a hill in the center and a big plus for the view but otherwise - choose another hill.

Anders
Anders (Guest)
07/02/2021
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Chaos in the parking lot. Stop ban on land that "looked like parking". Many had received parking fines. Luckily we saw this. In addition, my son was ... Read more (68 words)
Familjen Nilsson
Familjen Nilsson (Guest)
05/03/2019
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We call in advance to ask if there are lockers with such lock that you can lock several times and micro so we can heat our own lunch. Gaining affirmat... Read more (210 words)
AmyBoswood
21/02/2019
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Hammarbybacken is a hill in central Stockholm. There are 5 runs one black, one red one blue and two green. We have been to Hammarbybacken several tim... Read more (462 words)
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Melvin
Melvin (Guest)
12/02/2019
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Really bad. Going 2 hours car to ski on a study day, we look at the web in the morning and it says that the slopes and lifts are open. When you arrive... Read more (55 words)
Peter Svensson
Peter Svensson (Guest)
08/03/2017
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Hammarbybacken is Stockholm's own small ski area. Unfortunately, it's really bad about almost everything. The only reason I go there is the proximity,... Read more (387 words)
cj-nacka
25/03/2012
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The good thing about the slope is that they arrange to build rails and bumps. The slightest downside is that there are only 2 slopes. hehe a little fu... Read more (40 words)
volle
22/02/2009
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+ middle of town + Good access to snow + nice park and piste + completely OK for the price + good opening hours + good snowman system - icy as... Read more (146 words)
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Most popular photo

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Trail map

Trail map Hammarbybacken

Lift ticket prices

1 day:39 $ (333 SEK)
6 days:-
Season pass:328 $ (2800 SEK)
Lift Tickets Hammarbybacken

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