Ski resorts in Sweden
Lifts (3/4)
Slopes (40/42)
Snow depth
980 m
560 m
154 cm
Kittelfjäll is a mountain with thrilling ravines and a lot of snow. Despite it being a fantastic mountain, it is not as popular as Åre or Riksgränsen. (The National Border of Sweden)

The lifts do not take you all the way to the top where kalfjället begins, so if you enjoy walking there are endless of possibilities to ski.

The ravines that run throughout the entire mountain make it incredibly fun to challenge the terrain and go off-piste.

You can give helicopter skiing a try if the weather conditions are good enough, which is truly an unforgettable experience. Previously, you could run into the skiing legend "Mad Mike," who was the face of Kittelfjäll for a long time with his amazing cowboy outfit.

This is an underrated mountain which definitely should be considered as one of Sweden's best.

Snow forecast

  • Wednesday

    14.2 cm snow
    4 m/s
  • Thursday

    0.6 cm snow
    7 m/s
  • Friday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    3 m/s
What do you think about Kittelfjäll?
Raff (Guest)
An awesome little skiing resort with loads of offpiste around and affordable heliskiing.
The so called pistes are mostly ungroomed because they run through little canyons. Accommodation is mostly wooden houses which are really comfy and the bars are nice as well. The lift pass is well affordable and snow conditions range from great to epic.
Even though it looks quite small there is lots to explore!!

Linus (Guest)
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Good system skating with proximity to walking.
Possibility of heli-lift and cat-ski at affordable price!

Sweden's Japan !?

Hubert Siwe
Hubert Siwe (Guest)
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Sick, the snow is magical. Oh, Heliski, that's the best skiing experience I've been to!

Magnus (Guest)
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Have plenty of weekends here every season and always ready to put me in the car a weekend after snowfall (34 miles). Sweden's best ski resort within a week after snowfall. Sweden's worst thing if it did not come snow for a while ... Absolutely impossible to plan a visit in advance and guarantee a good experience. If you want to have pisted slopes and skis on the staff you should seek elsewhere. Here is the wild west!

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Have been more times in Kittelfjäll than I can count (or at least hurricane). Many times I have been there when Kittelfjäll shows its worst side, badly with snow, wind spinning, bad staff and backs that turned into puck pails without any attempts by the staff to solve it with a pistol. But for some reason, I always find back to this little city. Why?

For when there is snow, Kittelfjäll is absolutely damn wonderful. After the snowfall, you begin to plow the ravines closest to the lift and the national slope and then work outwards to the side of the mountain. Afterwards, you climb the saddle and camp tracks above the entire area of ​​the piste, a few days later, go to Catski or Heliski in places that the skiers have not found yet. In Kittelfjäll you can travel unspoilt snowflake for 1 week (probably more) after dumped. Besides that, I imagine that people who go to Kittelfjäll do so for one reason: to go skiing / boarding. For this reason, all the people you meet in the pub or Kittelpark are interesting, we all share the same interest. Stockholmare does not go to Kittelfjäll to soar, they go to Åre or Sälen. Those who go to Kittelfjäll get there for a reason and I do that :)

What is needed is the long-term ownership of the hotel and the elevator, an additional lift either on the saddle or beyond Norgesvängen. By the way, it will not grow further or get bigger than that :)

Only then will the grade be world class.

Skatebanana (Guest)
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Snack about a real mountain! Here you will find ravines like natural halfpipes, hinge rails,
drip, easily accessible tops and other gaps. Since it's pillows it's the best
the ride in Sweden. Sick how many slopes you reach on just two lifts .. And now it's getting bored
that the saddle lift is in progress with the new investors. However, the hotel needs to be refurbished one
part, but still offers that family feeling of coming home. The staff were ill nice at work, at the bar and on the slopes. Thank you Kittelfjäll, see you again!

Johan (Guest)
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Sweden's best ski resort clearly if you like offpiste, freestyle ride (not jibb). Åre, funäsdalen, hemavan, vemdalen trysil, hemsedal, you name it, nobody gets close to kittelfjäll's off-piste! Have yourself around all ski resorts in Sweden, and the big ones in Norway, but kittelfjäll are the real paradise. Was there today before New Year's Eve and it had just dumped 5dm of fresh pillows, Jan Express had a premiere and it was completely untouched everywhere! I can promise that I had snow to my breasts when I went to the consumer raft! Plus a lot of pillows and drops everywhere! Feel sick and pull a backward finish, perform a pillow with 4 meter drop and 50 cm deep pillow landing (disappeared literally in the snow). Without a doubt, the coolest experience I've had as long as I have been skiing (15 years), not even on the places I've been to the Alps, I've experienced such wonderful skiing like this in the fountain! A memory for life! Absolutely indescribably wonderful, most snow in all of Sweden right now!
Then there are the sick places without forest and a lot of trees too, "big and lillgrova" which are the biggest gorges I experienced in the Swedish and Norwegian ski resorts also had partially untouched 50 cm cushions, which is completely indescribable when you reach 50 knyck and drive in the ravine when the snow just gets up in your face so you hardly see now, wonderful! Helicopter lift is also available, has not been tested because the skiing you get from the lifts is world class !!! The hotel, the resturants, everything is great! Cruel afterski with beer for 19 kr piece! And here in the cauldron you can pump pillows at the end of April!
There is also a snack about building a chairlift on the "saddle" (a top of the fountain). When it's done, I can not describe words what a great ski resort this will be!
If you are looking for the real off-piste with the snow up to the chest and pillows and drop everywhere, Kittelfjäll is the only choice !!!

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Kittelfjäll is the best ski resort I've been to the offpistbacks is crazy the favorite is, of course, Kolorado

Familjen Lars Gunnar
Familjen Lars Gunnar (Guest)
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We (family of 6 ski and boarders) have been to most ski resorts in Sweden and Kittelfjäll beats everyone!
Good with varied skiing. Two helicopter companies flying! Often lovely pudersnö.
Good with two eateries that you reach through the lifts. Kittelparken - fun place and good food. Hotel - good.
Good with the gourmet place Gran. Wonderful setting, superb food and friendly staff.
Good with the horses down at Kittelparken. Beautiful and exciting for all types of riders. Nice riding environment and a flexible guide
Fun to ride a carriage ride (Kittelpark) and eat in the wild.
Good cross country trails that run both in the forest and near Vojmån. Elupplyst.
Possibility of fishing and snowmobiling is also available.
We have gone to sleep up, we have flown up and we have driven a car up. We have stayed in the hotel's cottages and we have stayed at the hotel and we have lived in the Kittelparken cabins (nice).
Rarely queues to the lifts.
Can not get anything wrong with Kittelfjäll except that if you travel with Active Ski, they are bad at informing you that there are more places than the hotel to eat.

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Even I have been to Kittelfjäll a number of times and will also be there this year. Just have to give a little credit to this place as they are a real gem we have in Sweden. But you should not be there for a long time, a long weekend is good enough. In addition, all the Danes who have taken over Åre have been released;). I have been there when it has been fully booked over everything (sports act) and even when there have been very few people. Apart from them, I have to say that both have their charm but it will be a bit more fun when it's not completely dead.

In the end, I have to say that if you do not want to be satisfied with the lice during your trip, Heliskiin is always there. The first time i was there so come all the snow last hour before we go the fate ...... but
helicopter ride saved everything.

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