Kungsberget

Ski resorts in Sweden
The ski slope outside Gävle and Sandviken, owned by the Branäs Group, offers long runs through both steep and flat patches. Both mogul and ski jump competitions are arranged here. This expanding ski resort is fast developing, and a completely new ski area will be completed ahead of the 2016/2017 ski season, with the new area Kungsberget Söder adding 35% to the total skiing runs. The same season will see the opening of “Kungs8:an”, Sweden’s most southerly located eight-chair lift.

Kungsberget has fostered several legends over the years, including the famous Palmqvist Olsson siblings. There are claims that Johan and Karin have done more turns at Kungsberget than all other visitors combined, and also formed the foundation for their brilliant technique.

With its 18 runs, it is the largest ski resort south of Dalarna and you can get there in just over two hours by car from Stockholm. There is plenty of parking available. Kungsberget claims to have the most modern ski rental service in Sweden and on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays there is night skiing at Kungsliften, Alvars, Skidskoleliften, Väst and 3-stolen.

Kungsberget Snow forecast

  • Friday
    0.07 in rain
    Rain
    49°F
    6 mph
  • Saturday
    0.08 in rain
    Cloudy
    51°F
    6 mph
  • Sunday
    0 ft
    Cloudy
    54°F
    1 mph
 

Facts about Kungsberget

Number of slopes:24
Very easy Green slopes:10
Easy Blue slopes:7
Moderately difficult Red slopes:4
Difficult Black slopes:3
Evening skiing:9 number of slopes
Artificial snow:11 number of slopes
Longest slope:5577 ft
Total length of pistes:9.3 miles

Lifts (Total: 15)
Chair lifts:3

Vertical drop
Kungsberget Vertical drop
Highest Point: 1004 ft
Vertical drop: 656 ft
Base Point: 348 ft

Season
Start:13 December
End:28 March

Cross country skiing
Tracks:1.2 miles
Lit tracks:0 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Areas
Snowparks:2
Childrens area:3
Country: Sweden
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Reviews for Kungsberget

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Adam
Adam (Guest)
22/03/2022
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The first time my friend and I were in Kungsberget. Fantastic good place!

Jens
Jens (Guest)
28/02/2022
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In recent years, Kungsberget has invested everything in becoming a family ski resort. If you have small children and do not want a mountain feeling, I... Read more (131 words)
Familj på skidor
Familj på skidor (Guest)
07/01/2022
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We have traveled a lot with the family to other facilities, the first time on Kungsberget. There is a lot left to be desired. Many "accidents" when di... Read more (120 words)
Magnus
Magnus (Guest)
07/01/2022
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During the worst spread of infection we have had in Sweden, nothing is done to minimize congestion in lift queues or shops.

Freddy
Freddy (Guest)
07/01/2022
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Ok for a day. Not so varied skiing. Romme is much better

Camilla
Camilla (Guest)
06/09/2021
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Very happy with both accommodation, slopes, food and service!

Johan Andersson
Johan Andersson (Guest)
16/03/2021
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+ Awesome park! + Affordable + Good accommodation with ski in ski out. (Ski Apartments) + Child friendly Super nice in every way, reasonable pri... Read more (51 words)
Jacob Bjelfvenstam
Jacob Bjelfvenstam (Guest)
01/02/2021
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Sweden's worst ski slope every day of the week. Poor food, non-existent drop height, expensive lift pass. Kungsberget has nothing to do with downhill ... Read more (39 words)
ToMax
18/01/2021
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The first time in Kungsberget even though I live only an hour away. Will not be back! Short, boring slopes. Lifts that go awry and stand still .... a... Read more (49 words)
Calle
Calle (Guest)
27/03/2020
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Very pleased with Kungsberget! + Accommodation very close to the hill. + Tracks that fit many! + Tracks that are especially suitable for beginners ... Read more (64 words)
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Trail map

Trail map Kungsberget

Lift ticket prices

1 day:49 $ (415 SEK)
6 days:203 $ (1735 SEK)
Season pass:505 $ (4305 SEK)
Lift Tickets Kungsberget

Nearby ski resorts

Hoforsbacken14.3 miles
Svärdsjöliften19.3 miles
Hemlingbybacken23.6 miles
Källviksbacken32.3 miles
Ryllshyttebacken33.6 miles
Bjursås34.8 miles
Söderforsbacken35.4 miles
Nybrobacken42.3 miles

Airports near Kungsberget

Mora-Siljan Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 28 minutes (94 miles)
Distance: 68 miles