Ski resorts in Sweden
Lifts (4/4)
Slopes (41/42)
Snow depth
980 m
560 m
115 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

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What do you think about Kittelfjäll?
Fanny (Guest)
Kittelfjäll is the place to be.. fun natural pipes to play in around the skisystem and this time a year they are having a lot of snow!
Good chances to make a good hiking for even more fluffy powder in all levels close and around the area.
Kittelfjäll as a skiresort is genuin, friendly and simple. It is what you make of it. With a opened mind, Kittel is whatever you need.
Why not just sit down in the bar, having a pizza and play a game with staff, friends or a new person around you ? Closer to weekends there is a magic afterski with livemusic and steaming vibe of happy skiers and snowboarders.

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!!

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Incredibly easy offpiste. You can find untouched snow far after snowfall.
Hard to get there if you come from southern Sweden

Lotta Hammarstrand
Lotta Hammarstrand (Guest)
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Is it a lot of snow, it's absolutely amazing

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Top skiing when there is a lot of snow! Has had up to 80 cm cold pillows in Björnfällan (at the far end of the farmer's right and slant 5-10 min). Quite a few visitors who can get there in view of the availability of easy-to-reach off-piste, out there, you can scratch new lines all day, sometimes several days. The forest there has different sparseness and different slopes and some ravines. Awesome to save a little later after a dump and run the big gorges and forest in the system first. But it's going to be the first in the lifts after a dump, then the best lift-up ride up quickly.

Back country skiing:
Norgesvängen (1 h by lift) + Borkafjället (4.5 h to the road over the lake) is a nice day trip 5-6 h.
The saddle (0.5-1 h) up the left of the truck from the Jan-express lift is also nice and easily accessible.

After skin:
Hotel: Short but good move. Children with hearing aids, (older) boys from Stockholm, a job conference from the coast and overpacked Gothenburgs who run the open season at the only girls' gate.
The Inn: Calmer level, often with trubadurer. Family families and top enthusiasts. Really soft and nice.

The grub:
Hotel: Good, average price, average value.
The Inn: Fine, average price, small portions but a little bit more bitter than above and really nice staff.
Skilodge: Good, but often few dishes and a little up in price. Nothing for vegetarians.

Hotel: Fine, fresh rooms, good breakfast, ok level affordable. A little messy with all the people everywhere, tired skiers with the stuff everywhere, bouncing kids and stressed parents, there's no kind of a calm whistle. The staff's service spirit is typically Swedish.
The Inn: Fresh for the average hostel level, nice staff, definitely affordable.

Above all, fine-tuned free-riding mountain with some nice top marks and one such last-out feeling!

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Heaven when it just dumped. We were there v5 and we were almost the whole system in the beginning of the week. That's the hotel shuttle when Jan Express was closed Monday. We counted on Monday to 8 people in the system so we had magic rides. Can imagine how heavenly it is when it snowed it may be as hellish if it has not snowed for a long time. Here is the wild west and you rarely soar that when you get up with the machine, you get it fixed. This actually happened during our week there. Not even the lifeguard was pissed up to the top when they opened Jan Express yet, it's among the better skiing I've had. It's because of snow conditions more than management of the plant. Extra + for the boardie t-lift, change everyone to this divine invention, we will not even miss the chairlifts and maybe it was because it was offseason but the hotel staff need a course in customer service
Ps do not miss the moose burgher at the inn, it's awsome!

Pascal Eisenring
Pascal Eisenring (Guest)
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Adventurous and magical backs.
Very Beautiful views with lovely offpist and some amazing carving backs

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When there is snow in Kittelfjäll there is nothing better. The powder can be left untouched for a long time and it is offered on ravines, pots and magic forests. For the well-behaved, the top can also be reached.
But if it's bad with snow, Kittelfjäll is one of the worst ski resorts, out of doors without a seat lift and a bad tinge.
 I suppose CO2 emissions take their right, sin.

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!

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