Ljungdalsberget

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  • Tuesday

    1.2 mm slush
    Partly cloudy

    2 m/s
  • Wednesday

    1.1 cm snow
    Snow showers
    -2°
    6 m/s
  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -3°
    6 m/s
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Perfekt påsk
Perfekt påsk (Guest)
22/04/2019
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Absolutely fantastic no queues in the lift, both children learned to ride down with a ski teacher who took care of the children one by one. The feeling of a newly built hill even after lunch. Snowmobile trails everywhere and quiet and nice a real gem.

Ninni Brink
Ninni Brink (Guest)
13/04/2019
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Ljungdalen. ? If you want a quiet ski holiday without queues. Perfect slopes when the kids were small to start with. Have both lived in the apartment hotel + cottage.
Do not want to be crowded with people, queue and get the mountain feeling so go to Ljungdalen.

Fredrik
Fredrik (Guest)
25/01/2018
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Good: Calm to little people, ie no queues. Nice relaxed mood among those who work. The ski school was kind of 1-2 students. Perfect for learning how to go. However, it's hard to get to the green lift, but at the ski school they drove my son with a scooter. It was even harder than going downhill :-) In the mountain fence at Torkilstööten you will find a small toboggan lift on the mountain with a lot of possibilities for offpiste. Got a couple of lovely rides there. From here it is easy to get up on the Kalfjället for hiking, with great views over Helags. Up against the dirt trail there is also a nice loop with groomed trails in fine mountain terrain.

Worse: The range of restaurants is scrapped. Pensionat Helags is going to be open this season hoping for it!

Ljungdalen is a small place that is a little remote and does not stand against major established places like Åre / Sälen / Idre / Ramundberget but wins in the long run of the untouched and relaxed.

Jakob Länje
Jakob Länje (Guest)
07/01/2015
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One of the worse ski areas I've been to. A small hole that is difficult to adapt to and difficult to adapt to. The lift system is of low grade with a single old seat rack that cuts up to the top. In addition, there was no snow when we were here and the lift was only open the first day.
We stayed in the new apartment hotel which was okay. Clean and fresh but no feeling of humor and no sauna or dishwasher, which draws the score. In addition, one had to go up for a very steep hill to get to the apartments and the cars barely managed to get up. We had to unload all luggage and drive it up with a scooter to then drive the cars unloaded ...
It is certainly quite close to Funäsdalen from here (4.2 miles) but this road rises on the mountain and is extremely weather-sensitive. This was something we experienced when we had to change a cabin and continue on to Tänndalen. That day, it blew a lot, causing the road over the Flatruet to be closed. This allowed us to take a detour of 20 miles and about 5 hours. Thus, the ljung valley is not easily accessible.
In summary, if there is a lot of snow, the area may be okay. But really nothing that I recommend. If you can, go somewhere else!

Tore Rönnewall
Tore Rönnewall (Guest)
10/02/2009
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Hi, what fun you found in Ljungdalen!
We call the "hotel" for apartment hotel there are others that call it for the hotel.
We have also discovered that the halfpipe is not very successful and will turn it into a park.
Welcome Lena and Tore wish with staff!

Besviken
Besviken (Guest)
28/07/2008
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Ljungdalen has long been in need of a real hotel. Now that Ljungdalsberget has new owners and they have gone out and marketed that they have built a new hotel, I am very disappointed when there are actually only a bunch of apartments that you set up in bacekn and then call for hotels. The "hotel" also looks like a bunch of chopped barracks and it's quite a low standard. No fireplace or sauna in the accommodation unit, for example. Of course, the village needs more beds and apartments next to the hill, I think is not a stupid idea. But do not market them as hotels - because that's not the reason why!

Pendejo
Pendejo (Guest)
14/02/2008
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Hey!

Were in Ljungdalen and the Dahlöliften v.3 -08. Kalasmycket with snow, opistat and lonely in the entire liftsystem. They opened the elevator for just two people, you're welcome. They grow at a very leisurely pace but are perfectly ok. A little gem if you do not miss the rage afterskiin.

There is low occupancy at least until week 7 when the sports license begins. From then on, the newly built hotel on the hill will be fully occupied.

However, with previous printers, scrap the halfpipe and build something more fun.

A femma for deep snow.

NIssemeningentomte
NIssemeningentomte (Guest)
02/08/2006
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A lung and good place no queues, the slopes are all OK. Can certainly be recommended for those who want to ski and do not spend time in the ski lifts

Easy360s
03/01/2006
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Hello..

Now the elevator has been restored for 500000 kr
and the serving is being expanded ..

In the end, if a hotel is being built for 15 million ..

Hope it will be fine ..

They are planning to open at Christmas tonight but we'll see.
It has not come so bad snow .. 3-4 deci maybe: S

/ Jenz

neme85
neme85 (Guest)
08/11/2005
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Love Ljungdalen, lung, not so many people who seem to know about the place. A little sad that there are not so many backs though.

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