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What do you think about Kopaonik?
5 reviews
Anders (Guest)
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Be down v9, ie Stockholm Sports Act. Shares the full view that it is comparable to Trysil There is no alternative, skiing, with the alps, but Sälen certainly does and stands well against Trysil and Åre, especially economically. In total, I spent the daughter, 16 years, 15000: - for one week. Including flights, transfers, hotel with breakfast and dinner, food on the slope, ski rental and ski-out. Had a cold weather, a bit too cold, and sneezing. Link to Youtube.

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Nice ski resort with some similarities with Trysil on the quality of the slopes. Most of the ranks are below the level you see in Swedish resorts. Pist grading is blue red and black where blue is more or less what we in Sweden grade as green and red is what is blue / red. Not many moving outside the slopes, even so you see untouched snow in 1m from the piste. Enjoyed a lot of snow during the week in Kopaonik and there are many places where you can swim out of the piste and find both open areas and nice tree runs and they are basically pristine.

Around the piste system there are lots of small cozy wood-fired cottages that sell food and drink. Lunch / dinner is usually around $ 100 for a huge portion plus beer. The downside is that smoking is allowed in principle everywhere (sure it can be smoke-free on a table and allowed to smoke on the table next to, smoke-free my ass)

If you do not live centrally in Kopoanik, there are buses running once an hour. We stayed about 15-20min by bus which costs you about 15kr easy road.

Ski hire is everywhere with varying quality of equipment. In general, the quality is better the closer you get to the piste. I did not dare to chance myself and brought their own online information about what they offered was very economical.

Price +
+ Surroundings and the village
- Numbers and variation on the slopes

Overall very pleased with the trip. But if you want more time, better backs and more offpiste, Kopaonik is limiting.

24/10/2017 (Modified: 24/10/2017)
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+ Good and affordable ski resort.
-Watch National Day 15 Feb.

Emil Simon
Emil Simon (Guest)
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+ Proper ski resort for the whole family. Very affordable.
- Smoking is allowed indoors at all restaurants.

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A nice little ski resort, an odd ski resort. In this way, there are very few skiers thinking about Kopaonik, unless you live in Belgrade.
There are clear similarities with Åre, in the winter, Stureplan moves to Åre square. That's how Kopp also works, as the recurring skiers call the resort.
The standard is high on both lifts, slopes and restaurants. On the hill you can have fine dining lights or have your lunch among the roasts on a sunny large porch. The resort has a pulse and everyone is nice. The quality of the rides is quite good.
Prices are very good, ski pass for 3 days costs about 500: - in high season. We stayed at a very nice hotel, Ozone Hotel about 70m from one of the lifts. Price: 330 € for two persons in double room + two dogs, breakfast and 4 course dinner for three nights.

The rating I have set for evaluating what I get for the money if I go there. So you do not think I compare Kopp with Zermatt or Engelberg. In this comparison, the town gets a 2nd, possibly, as all Swedish towns get in that comparison.


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