Isaberg

Ski resorts in Sweden

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Cecilia
Cecilia (Guest)
26/02/2013
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Was skiing yesterday on icebergs was pleasantly surprised that it was so big! Great place to be so far south! Good family place if you like red backs! When I go to the maximal blue slope, it's hard to get through a red to get to a blue if you ride a chair! Works over then max one night. Be prepared that it is a bit to walk from the parking lot down to the slopes. Good to bring a pair of piggy bank puppies to reload if you're a family with children!

+ Sledge slope.
+ Grilling.
+ good service.
+2 seat lifts.
+ good with toilets, which are okay.

-tangled inside the restaurant, should be expanded!
-isige slopes.
There would have been more blue backe.
-through the red back to get to blue.
-the little way to go from the parking lot to the slopes with a lot of gasket. Should stand this on the website, so you know it's best to take everything out of your car at once!

Sören R
Sören R (Guest)
12/12/2012
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Isaberg is a pretty good ski system, but is extremely hot in the afternoon and the slopes are going to be a joke after all the plentiful Danes. If they were to get a real fun park, they would attract even more visitors. If they were to have an equally promising park like Hanaslöv or better then they would be on top!

HjalmarHolmstedt
11/02/2009 (Modified: 29/12/2011)
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I was there nowadays and okay except that the Danes brake puck pistons in almost all slopes; (but the one who likes puckelpist is that pure dream:) but okay for a day

Tim
Tim (Guest)
09/05/2008
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Alright! But later in the afternoon you can see where the name isaberg has come from. It has come from all Danes who think they can go skiing .. But it's good for a day trip, no more !!

madef
madef (Guest)
09/05/2008
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Have really been skiing. Isaberg is absolutely OK. Empty. really good. A lot of Danes, but when there are not so many people the ride is fun and there is the opportunity for the right variety of rides. The black piste is quite ok even though it is short. A super facility - the best south of Sälen. The queues are affordable since the large chairlift came. Good for children, several different barbecue areas, etc. If you want to get a cross-country skiing, you should go elsewhere - kind of Åre ... :) But for a thousand, the hill is in Småland !! Superb facility to start in as a child and a few years to come. Maybe we do not spend the whole sports holiday / Easter week here though ...
A fun park would of course be in time - fun for those who want to keep up with it.

Emelie
Emelie (Guest)
14/02/2008
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This is the worst place on earth for me.
It might be so good, but it's so bad!

It is unwise to compare with the mountains so I take Ulricehamn.

Isaberg drives guns as much as possible, so that all Danes, beginners and snowboarders will drive the entire hill.
Took too many people !!!
Snowboarders usually block the entire back because they can not go without having to sit every half meter. The Danes are buffy in sex, bad on going. And the amount of beginners plows to death the hill.
The snow cannons are not good, the snow is sticky, and so untrue it can only be (even though I went for a good year)
You can not spell pista.
The only plus is that they have managed to arrange a seat lift. So you do not have to leave miles because slopes (almost) end in the same place

Ulricehamn is also right over populated unfortunately, but the slopes are better and the people are a little more scattered, better pistachio and clearly better snow!
It is a little expensive, but the equipment available for hire is good and they have a good hot tub / cafe. Better to drive there for most because the roads are bigger to the U port than to Isaberg.
If you choose a good time, you will have to go to Danes and schoolchildren. Then it's fine.

So Isaberg is no further going to Ulricehamn

aguila
19/02/2006
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Have been there twice.
and yes what to say ... it's a good ride if you're not all too well. there is not much for fighters.
There is, according to me, type 2 good or moderate backs but not much more. otherwise it's a heavenly cozy place to just go to over the day.
It's not that expensive with a lift card hyta I do not know so carefully but do not think it's too expensive either.

but if you want to have good boards, I think the paddy is better proud that they have a good night's sleep in part of their season.

lassebasse
lassebasse (Guest)
19/02/2006
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talking about they e for checkout big jump. they are because they are no one from those who work in a horse that he takes care of them ... they are allowed to do themselves. To stop building with a spade, they are not always good. We have made an effort and started a union so we could get bigger opportunities .. but as it is this year they have not gone so much forward

Magnus
Magnus (Guest)
19/02/2006
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Were there now on Saturday, January 28th.
The reason I went there was that I had a drop in withdrawal and that it is not too far away from Gothenburg.

There was 9 o'clock when the elevator opened, there were some people and no queues for the lifts, but on the way 11 when the Danes invaded the place, people became full of people in the slopes and in the lifts.
And if you are Danish or German, it's great to drive into the elevator queue at full speed and push ahead of everyone else.

By now I was tired so I went home after 150 minutes of skiing.
+ Seat lifts, sloped backs if you want to ask your request.

- Too many people to get out of their skiing.
- All beginners who drive into even skis in the elevator queue

munk
munk (Guest)
14/01/2006
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Have been there twice and on both occasions the snow cannons ran all the damn time, in the middle of the hill! It's not so fun to ride around for half a decimeter thick moor or get a lot of ice on your face when you leave a lift.
Disgraceful to take full advantage of lift passes while driving maintenance on the slopes, and asking the staff they do not have an aura about when the canoes can be shut down ..
Otherwise, there is some potential for slalom bombs to be open once.

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