Kittelfjäll

Ski resorts in Sweden
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

  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky
    -11°
    2 m/s
  • Sunday

    0 cm
    Fog
    -12°
    5 m/s
  • Monday

    5.2 cm snow
    Snow
    -8°
    2 m/s
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Fanny
Fanny (Guest)
07/03/2018
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
Raff (Guest)
26/02/2013
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!!

Per
Per (Guest)
30/11/2018
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Cruel fun off-piste skiing in the ravines, forests and caldera mountains

MarcusNorlund
30/11/2018
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After a big snowpump this ski resort is magical! Drop long queues and expensive cafe lattes! Here it is right up in the elevator and kokkaffe that applies!

Ilien99
23/11/2018
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very good ski resort for pads

ann
ann (Guest)
31/10/2018
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Always something new to discover one, then the other is not equal

HokusPowkus
23/08/2018
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The coolest place in Sweden? Was lucky enough to go helicopter trip with Helinord three tops with good conditions (recommended). Good with pillows in February when we were there. Closed with lifts, but that's not why you go to Kittel, found really good woodland skiing near the lifts. VERY quiet with people in general.

steglund
18/08/2018
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Kittelfjäll makes me ticked. The mountain itself can be Sweden's best liftburna ski mountain, when the snowfall is the right one. Despite this, there are many times a lot of people in the slopes, good and bad. It feels that the enormously nice possibilities are not fully utilized. The main explanation is well crashed that, unfortunately, southern Lapland does not have the geographical and communication conditions for attracting large numbers of people. Another contributing factor may be that service levels are not always at the top, but sometimes they hold a somewhat nonchalant level, especially in the sports shop and at the hotel. Promised activities can be set without communicating and problems with accommodation can take time to fix.
When there's plenty of snow, skiing is absolutely fantastic, even if I miss a lift up to the top. Snowy seasons are not quite as fun.





JonasIreby
30/03/2018
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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)
28/03/2018
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Is it a lot of snow, it's absolutely amazing



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