Kungsberget

Ski resorts in Sweden

Snow forecast

  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Fair

    2 m/s
  • Friday

    1.8 mm rain
    Rain

    5 m/s
  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Fair
    13°
    3 m/s
What do you think about Kungsberget?
5
4
3
2
1
KARINRYDBERG
28/05/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Very nice ski resort. We stayed at the square. Perfect location and convenient when you have children. However, very small kitchen. Breakfast ok to eat but does not work to cook at. Missing oven.

Ulla Widlund
Ulla Widlund (Guest)
04/04/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
In October we bought our ski pass. We paid a little over 1000 SEK per piece and chose to go on weekdays.
We have traveled all season must on and fr. We have seen how the slopes have grown ahead of time.
Now that Kungsberget closes (on Sunday) the slopes are in "tip top shape"
They are freshly groomed every day and if you are at the lift already at 9am you can go on Manchester snow virtually all your yokes. This year we meet a wonderful staff. They really listen to what we say. At one point we pointed out that they should sweep away the snow that lay on the seat cushions in the lift. After that, the lift staff started sweeping the cushions.


Tobbe999
04/04/2019 (Modified: 24/05/2019)
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
A lovely spring weekend - three days in perfect skiing weather.

What are the odds? Win a weekend through Freeride? The kids cheered!

We are a family of four people two daughters of 6 and 9 years. We try to ski as much as possible in the winters but have only been around in Sweden so far.

Kungsberget is a small ski resort close to everything, all accommodation is Ski in / Ski out and it is walking distance to everything in the whole facility which means that the car for the entire stay - such is appreciated by a family with children. There is also food and a sports shop on site.

We stayed in a well-thought out and fairly large room at Ski Lodge with a nice view of the slopes, there was a possibility to cook there but the idea is that one should eat at one of the restaurants. There are several restaurants to choose from. The food and the range of restaurants was okay, but here is the opportunity for improvement. Otherwise you can always grill, many different places are available to grill, even up on the mountain and then approach the piste. Very nice!

Skiing is good for families with children but not particularly challenged for more advanced skiers, but you knew that already before arrival. The new area at the back of the mountain became the kids' favorite, long, flat slopes in a lovely setting. Good with the new chair lift which makes it easy to get up on the mountain, however, the two-chair lift stood the entire stay.

In summary
Kungsberget is a perfect ski resort for families with children and beginners who do not want to sit a whole day in the car on their way to the destination. The journey to Kungsberget goes much faster than to many other people in the south.

Generous lifetimes and friendly staff. Top Value!





Camilla
Camilla (Guest)
22/03/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
So good and nice, fits the whole family!

Markus Lundström
Markus Lundström (Guest)
04/03/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Cannon for families with children
Close to everything and slopes for all types of skiers

Lasse
Lasse (Guest)
28/02/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Great value

Linda
Linda (Guest)
25/02/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Good slopes, close location and incredibly fresh accommodation. One tip, however, is to bring along so you can cook your own food. The food at the restaurants is, unfortunately, the school dining room level.

AmyBoswood
19/02/2019 (Modified: 20/02/2019)
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Kungsberget is a small ski resort about two hours drive from Stockholm.

My first impression was that the royal mountain was child-friendly, cozy and that the staff were helpful and kind.

We were in Kungsberget one week over Easter 2018 and we have traveled over the day several times during the season 2018/2019. One big advantage of Kungsberget is that they open very early in the winter, so you can ski a few days before the season really starts. I was told that they save the snow from the year before during large duvets and use last year's snow to be able to open so early! When we were in Kungsberget at Easter, most of the slopes were open and the snow was nice even though it was so late in the season. When we visited Kungsberget at the beginning of the season they had very restrictive open slopes but we knew before that we had checked their website.

Kungsberget has several easy slopes and also a fun hill with music and characters from the Mario brothers game but not some really challenged slopes.

My son went to the ski school in Kungsberget and he liked the lot about his teacher and the lessons.

The staff in the children's area were especially kind they gave my son a hi5 every time he went to the button lift himself.

One can resemble Kungsberget at Romme because both are pretty close to Stockholm. We experienced Kungsberget as much quieter than Romme and also cheaper. What we lacked in Kungsberget compared to Romme was a top cabin. There is also better variety on the slopes in Romme.

We thought the accommodation was very affordable. Most accommodations are ski-in-ski out and there is a variety of prices and sizes. The ski pass is cheaper than some other ski resorts, eg Romme and Vemdalen.

I think Kungsberget is a perfect ski resort for families with children and beginners, especially those who live in Stockholm who do not want to go too far.

Plus
- close to Stockholm but very quiet
- Friendly, helpful staff
-Good backs for beginners and children
- Open early in the season

Minus
- No real challenging slopes
-no top cabin






R1
14/01/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Had a really good day yesterday! Flat sections are interspersed with steep areas and it was no problem to lie on carving and short turns. Good road from Sthlm and just over 2h travel time.
And hold on to you now; The lunch buffet for 99: - is possibly the best but definitely the most affordable I have eaten at a ski resort. Hat off!

tallialli
12/01/2019
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
If you start as most people in Sweden do, from Stockholm, I would rather recommend Romme. It is an excellent place for families with children or for those who like to park. Otherwise you get tired of the flat slopes quite quickly.

Show more reviews (84)