Kappruet

Ski resorts in Sweden
Kappruet belong to Funäsfjällen.

Snow forecast

  • Wednesday

    2.3 cm snow
    Cloudy
    -3°
    12 m/s
  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -4°
    9 m/s
  • Friday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -4°
    6 m/s
What do you think about Kappruet?
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9 reviews
Monica Ohlsson
Monica Ohlsson (Guest)
17/03/2021
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Nicely groomed slopes! Which also has a good length! Nice restaurant, nice staff! In other words; Kappruet is the best!

W
W (Guest)
20/02/2021
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Perfect facility for a family with children of varying ages. All slopes come down to the same starting point, feel safe. Nice restaurant with good prices, the opportunity for self-barbecue and eating a packed lunch indoors. A small nice shop with both clothes and some crafts is also available to stroll in. -The host couple Sara and Stefan with staff are all concerned that we have a good day. Yes, it is really enjoyable to just be there, both with and without skis. You have a good time here, say the grandparents Ann and Kjell👍😄

Kerstin Lindelöf
Kerstin Lindelöf (Guest)
01/02/2021
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Wonderful slopes and environment. Taught me to ski there 79/80 😁👍

 Alf
Alf (Guest)
30/11/2020
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Kappruet is a unique gem and in week 7 we ski there for 3 days and then switch between vemdalen and funäsfjällen facilities. Kappruet has long nice slopes and the entire width of the slope is not piste, so if it has snowed, there is good loose snow in the piste and in the small forest outside the piste. The restaurant probably has the best food in the Funäs mountains and good prices. Popular stop for many snowmobile riders. If you are going to learn to ski or board, it is perfect as there are few people and good skiing for both beginners and experienced skiers. The children can not go away so they can manage on their own if you need to sit down and work for a while in the restaurant. The staff calls if the children need help, which is a unique service. The journey from Funäsdalen to Kappruet is a nature experience in itself. Feel free to take a detour over Flatruet Sweden's highest road if it is open. If the Baggården inn in Messlingen is open in the evening, it is worth a visit. Not mainly for the food but a cozy environment.

Mr ski
Mr ski (Guest)
12/04/2018
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Cozy woodland. A phone line right in the drop-down from the top that can be really fun when it's snowing a bit. Slope left from the top of the elevator, skiers left 150 m. Can not be missed.

Johan
Johan (Guest)
27/02/2012
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+ Very nice ski resort which, despite relatively few slopes, invites you to varied rides.
+ Perfect for families with children!
+ Nice staff

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Jonas
Jonas (Guest)
22/01/2012
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A nice little place!
Nice, varied slopes, nice with natural snow.

+ Despite slopes, there is the possibility of varying rides when the forest invites you to "off-piste".
+ Good service in shop and restaurant as well as lift.

- Does not find anything negative

Well worth a visit!

Pecca
12/03/2002
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When the weather is bad and Tänndalen and Ramundberget are closed, you should definitely go to Kappruet. You are completely alone. Good and very good night's sleep. The plant is sheltered by woods and it is splendid among the trees. There are also rocks to jump from. A black slope is found that is not pissed, quite nice in other words. However, a full day in Cape Town will be quite uniform.

thuss
04/03/2002
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Incredibly few riders = many rides!

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