Klövsjö/Storhogna reviews (Page 4)

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Kantklippar`n
Kantklippar`n (Guest)
08/10/2004
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Klövsjö is GOLD! Have been there on sports holidays when I was little o found there again as an adult. Good hills, nice staff and calm weather for the most part.
The restaurant has good food if you can not cook yourself and ICA has a cool assortment if you can eat. Do not miss a visit to Klövsjö.

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08/01/2003
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Right good place i think ... when there is a lot of snow there is a little offpiste possible called oh .... usually there is a fat big jump sometimes!

Ned
19/07/2002
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Klövsjö is included as the smallest system in Härjedalsfjällen, with Skistar as owner. (Furthermore, Skistar owns Åre). This means that with the same lifeboat you can go to all systems (even Åre if you buy a como season card). The other two systems are Björnrike and Vemdalsskalet. Personally, I think the skull is best due to the number of slopes in relation to the slope. Björnrike best for snowboarders, with its funpark. Is also popular with twintip riders. Klöjsjö then? Well, good skiing, good slope and not as many people as in the other two systems. There is a lot of off-piste, but it's not so obvious so you'll have to look a little, as the slopes are not above the tree line, so it's becoming forest skiing. Many of the off-piste scratches are described in previous posts. I have some in my register for the interested. He explores a lot during my season there. May be thanked for the good criticism of ski instructors from the post 2002-04-22. Storhogna, I do not have to pronounce when I never went there when skiing school activities filled up the days ...

DanneL
22/04/2002
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Where in Klövsjö during the sporting promise there was a lot of snow so the offpiste was good You can always take care of dropping off some of the rocks at the chairlift yourself, unfortunately because I rented skis a tip is that when you get up with the chair lift one to the right then you slope up on the edge to the left until you get to a nice place where you go straight down but watch out if you go wrong you have to drop down in a place with a lot of trees but you see when you get there so it is no problem. Hope I will go again and the skiers were sketchy. ps pay to go private lessons with a ski instructor and go off-piste they know everything about where to go or simply ask them.

Tomas-Johansson
18/04/2002
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I was in Klövsjö last week. Almost a little bit of snow left in the slopes, pawned one of the steel edges when I burned over a stone in the black-eyed hammer. Good luck there were skis =) nice pistons until 12 o'clock when the sun had warmed up the air and the sorbent came out ... do not miss the steeple under the seatlift as it's the fastest back in my whole system that likes when there's a tree the way for the itinerary.

jesper_kallstrom
13/03/2002
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Been in Klövsjö 3 weeks ago and was positively overpriced because it was really good. lovely backs a let minus where the jump was not of the highest grade but by the way it was very good.

MattiasJonasson
07/02/2002
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A tip in Klövsjö when there is a lot of snow: Take the toboggan that goes to the top left, slant towards the recreational cottage, which is at the top of the right side, from above, go straight down to the bottom line, first one gets burned with a large field below (before you can if you're lucky to hit a cleanflock), it flares out a bit then a steep and a field follows. After the other field, you only keep left as much as possible, down in a brook and out on a calyx. You will return about to the heating cabin. Requires a lot of snow! Can see the line from the carriageway before turning to the lifts.
When in Klövsjö, do not miss dropping from the rocks at the seatlift (can not be missed). The landing is okay except a bit of crap here and there. Take landing, it is often harder than you think due to the wind.

Robin Forselius
Robin Forselius (Guest)
10/02/2001
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Klövsjö is a nice mountain village with lovely slopes in different degrees of difficulty. On the "Flaket" it is quite flat and it makes it perfect for children o beginners, then there is the "Ravinen" which is a nice back if you like black pistes. I have traveled a lot now (10 / 2-01) and if it does not start to work it will not get worse. Katarina Klövsjö has a nice hotel with Relax department with sauna and bubble pool.

Christine Andersson-Franek
Christine Andersson-Franek (Guest)
06/10/2000
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Klövsjö is top, I mean when you get up to the mountain you can really see the mountain world, it's so beautiful. We have been there the whole family with three children and it was cannonbreak, backs were for all of us with different difficulty, nice ski instructor and not as exploited as other ski centers but a nice cozy hotel with good food at reasonable prices. One + is that the top of the hill is quite flat, which makes you get a lot of sunshine and it's so nice. One drawback when you have toddlers is that it's bad sitting down at the elevator, so too little picnic areas if you want to bring your food bag, which is clear - hot chocolate, lime cupcakes with spicy sausage and oranges for dessert, mums ... ........ Go there, promise you will be satisfied.