Klövsjö/Storhogna reviews (Page 2)

Ski resorts in Sweden
What do you think about Klövsjö/Storhogna?
Valle
Valle (Guest)
05/09/2011
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After three fantastic winters in Vemdalen, I find that Storhogna is "little brother" among the alpine rides. For the family and the more uncomfortable riders who want to learn a lot of space in the slopes, the place is perfect. The connecting lifts to Klövsjö nevertheless make the advanced range of slopes close to hand without having to take the car there. "Hogna" sometimes opens slightly later than the rest of the Vemdalen because of the fact that it is only natural snows that apply (however, some backs have been pissed already until autumn holidays). When it comes to hiking in trails and on mountains, Storhogna is in the top. Staying at the Högfjällshotellet or nearby cabins, you slide out quickly in the slopes or on the Kalfjället. The negative is that there is no local grocery store, you have to take the car about 10 minutes to the antigen Klövsjö city or the Vemdalsskalet. The entertainment offer is also limited to Högfjällshotellet, which is aimed at guests who prefer to appreciate advanced food and sip a drink in the Winter Garden, shaking a disco until 05. On the other hand, this is also the charm of Storhogna; to live in a lung place, on the side of the mountain and still have access to the entire Vemdalen range within 10-20 minutes.

Johan
Johan (Guest)
15/07/2011
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It has happened a lot in Klövsjö in recent years. New 6-chair lift, a lot of new accommodation, renovated hotel, etc. In Klövsjö city, it also happens a lot. There are numbers both brewery, bakery and farm dairy to visit. A rolled-down scooter store (www.skoterdelen.com) has also opened! It's certainly more on time because something seems to happen all the time there, fun!

Familj från Stockholm
Familj från Stockholm (Guest)
23/03/2011
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Klövsjö probably has the best skiing in the Swedish mountains, after Åre of course. The slopes are challenging, varied and usually well prepared. The proximity to the Vemdals scale is another advantage as it increases the possibility of variation.

The kids and beginners are also good, especially the so-called "Flaket" on the top.

The range of restaurants and bars could be better.

englandsfamiljen
englandsfamiljen (Guest)
02/12/2009
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Klovsjo is a wonderful stable for families with children. I live now with my family in England, saying we signed a charter to Klovsjo in March 2009. This was my first time skiing, and I could not start the fight for the boot. Wonderful ski schoolers, suveran barnbacke and jattebra back then to bring them the rest of the days. I am more or less upset on skis in the Hall and think Klovsjo is better because the slopes are longer and no courses. We were 10 years old and were never in bed all week. If I acted without a child, I would drive to the Alps instead, but for a family of children - completely sovereign. We brought them to the top and then recorded different backs. My 3-year-old I sat in the harness and acted after him and my 6th eagle kept her shawl all the time and just got better and better.

We can not go to Klovsjo in 2010, but we're going to change another year.

Isabella
Isabella (Guest)
20/03/2009
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As a seasoning in Klövsjö, I can say that this:
"The whole place will turn into ice after 11 o'clock. The slopes are boring and there is no variation and the whole place is generally uniform."

IS HUGE FEEEL!

Klövsjö is so underestimated so there is not.
Children's backs for the kids, on top of a good park, even beginners backing up at the top! IF you do not want to go on our black slopes, or red down again you can take the elevator down again! The offpiste is good, there are secret tracks that you may not find, but there are. Ask staff so you will be told.
Black pistes with a mixture are found, and red and blue down. = A good mix.

Incredibly good staff and good food at the hotel in addition;)

mmmmm
13/03/2009
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To begin with, I think Klövsjö is one of Sweden's worst ski resorts. Fun with a little black backs, a good seat lift for such a small place and a nice park, but the whole place turns into ice after 11 o'clock. The bays are boring and there is no variation and the whole place is generally uniform.

Biggest is almost better, the steepest slope is hardly blue, but Biggest can be fun if it has snowed a bit. Plus, "flaked" over Fjälliften can be a bit hemisphere if there is a lot of snow.

But to sum up, if you are going to Vemdalen, Klövsjö or Storhogna is not the place to live, even if the hotel can be cool if you are not there to go. May be worth one or two days, but preferably stay in Björnrike or Vemdalsskalet.

Dennis Wasberg
Dennis Wasberg (Guest)
11/02/2009
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Spent an open day and a few winter weeks in Klövsjö when I was little. Now I was there again on December 21st of the day and Klövsjö is, as I remembered, some really good slopes and relatively sparse with people. The Supersvängen and the Grand Slamackack are two according to Swedish measurements, very good and nice slopes! =) Now they have also got a new quick 6-chair lift for a really good ride for the money. Really much fresher and nicer dining place in addition.

Recommending people who are in Vemdalen to vary a little and go for a few days in Klövsjö too! (In windy weather on the Skalet it is often milder in Klövsjö, whose slopes are below the tree line)

Okay, it's as close as it is, traveled from Söderhamn in about 2.40 hours.

MaxSki
11/02/2009
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Klövsjö is great value!
The positive:
The black slopes are go'a like a fan.
Calm and relaxed atmosphere
Beautiful northerners in the ski shop
You should easily live in the newly built luxury houses 20m from the elevator if you are there;)
A plus is also that you can go to all Skistar facilities in Vemdalen
By the way no lift köer, (been there at the sports & easterlove)

The negative:
Bad chair lift, but there is a new one now!
A little few backs

In short: a really nice place to be recommended

i love kitzbühel
i love kitzbühel (Guest)
10/02/2009
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I'm looking forward to plussing a little bit for Klövsjö, which I think is the best option in "Vemdalen", even though it is the city that gets my attention. No party place and not many backs, but the ones there are really good for being in Sweden. Relatively long, good slope and lovely loop edges that give a little alp feeling. In addition, it is often good preparation and no queues as it does not usually be so good people there. Extra good now is also the new 6-chair lift.

AndersGrahn
28/07/2008
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Good park with both big and small jumps, would be a little more rails only. Nice staff and good hotel. Good offpiste in big tall but no park :(
Many slopes with both steep and slippery slopes.
Until the 08/09 season, be a new 6-chair lift and hit the park :)
A little way between big-haired ch klövsjö :(
A good place to go to have been there for 3 years irad now.