Ski resorts in Sweden
This small, relaxing village with a lot of skiing is located in Härjedalen.

With 9 lifts and 25 slopes, Lofsdalen is the perfect destination for those who want to bring the entire family on a winter adventure. There are very rarely long lines to the lifts in Lofsdalen, which makes it the optimal location for those who want to be able to get a lot of skiing done during one day.

Here you will find one of Sweden's steepest prepared slopes, called "Rännan," with a 42 degree slope. Your heart will certainly race if you decide to try this one. There are also opportunities for off-piste skiing. For those who enjoy a slightly calmer pace, there are friendlier slopes that are not as intense. As at most other ski resorts, this one also has a ski school.

After a busy day on the mountain, you can finish the evening at one of Lofsdalen's restaurants, which serve both a la carte and fast food.

With 115 km of well-prepared crossroads and 150 km of trails, skiers from all over Europe are attracted to this place.

Lofsdalen Snow forecast

  • Monday
    0 ft
    Partly cloudy
    9 mph
  • Tuesday
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    6 mph
  • Wednesday
    0.2 in rain
    2 mph

Facts about Lofsdalen

Slopes (Total: 25)
Green Very easy:5
Blue Easy:8
Red Moderately difficult:8
Black Difficult:4
Evening skiing:4 number of slopes
Artificial snow:16 number of slopes
Longest slope:11155 ft
Total length of pistes:18 miles

Lifts (Total: 9)
Chair lifts:2

Vertical drop
Lofsdalen Vertical drop
Mountain high: 3691 ft
Vertical drop: 1614 ft
Mountain low: 2077 ft

Cross country skiing
Tracks:75.8 miles
Lit tracks:1.9 miles
Artificial snow:1.2 miles

Childrens area:2
Country: Sweden
Region: Jämtlands län

Reviews for Lofsdalen

What do you think about Lofsdalen?
Every winter since I was young, I been spending some weeks here. It´s a complet skiingresort for the whole famely. Offcourse it´s not the sice of mountain that you find in the Alps, but I realy love it. WARNING! Don´t come here to party, couse you will be disepointed. But If you searching for a peasful place for you and you famely, or wher it can be just you and the mountain, so this is the place.

The downhill skiing i realy good. It´s not the biggest skiing resort in Sweden, but the mountain is relatively great. It´s big, but ther is no people here.

The offpist is ok to be a swedish resort, but as almays in Sweden it´s not that mutch snow. To find the world clas offpist you should go to Hemavan, Riksgränsen or Björkliden.

The nature in Lofsdalen is fantastic. Like one beautiful day in spring when I took a brake just some meters from the pist, and found myself standing in a herd of reindeers.

Not to forgot, the crosscountrey skiing i also realy good. There are a lot of nice ski tracks in the area. And you can easly make you way out in the wild.

Have a great time... couse I will

Henke (Guest)
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Cozy village with good opportunities for both downhill skiing and length. Good deal in the middle of the village with normal prices. But as for the ski resort, you could wish for more! Stones protrude in some places on the steeper sections.
And the queues become unnecessarily long as the staff do not in any way get involved in how people ride in the chairlifts. Despite the pandemic, you do not have to exaggerate and very often you saw 6 chairlifts go up with 1 or 2 people .... Even though there were couples waiting behind. More than 2 places in between can not be needed then you have to stay at home!
You would also want a collaboration between slalom and cross-country skiing so that you could go cross-country with the same card with a small supplement if you buy a week. Now you have to pay SEK 90 / day if you just want to go a little turn with the cross-country skis in the evening, which means that you often give up .....

Aston (Guest)
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Genuine village in a real mountain world. Very good for those who want to ride both length and perform. Fantastic views from both Hovärken and Sömlingshågna. Child friendly.

Martin (Guest)
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Good fall height, long slopes and snow-sure. Cozy village with small shops and some restaurants. Full enough!

Johanna (Guest)
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Mys mys MYS! First time in Lofsdalen and it's so cozy here! Very good ride where there is variety for everyone and a genuine place. Love the tranquility and cozy like shops.

Henrik (Guest)
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Above expectations, and one of the better places I went to (in Sweden). Good drop height and several fun slopes. What is missing to give five stars is i) a restaurant up on the mountain ii) another lift in another part of the system (understood that there are plans for it).

Henke L
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Child friendly and beautiful! Thus good for families with children. As an adult, you can get some really good rides if you go right from the top. The fall height from which is clearly approved. Totally ok Ica in the village, has what you need.

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Lofsdalen is an incredibly nice ski resort. Long nice slopes. It is so fun to see all the little boys go and have fun with the family. Fantastic views over the entire loft valley. When you are at the top of the mountain you can see several miles around the loft valley. It is so powerful to see so far all the beautiful mountains.
Even in the summer it is absolutely fantastic. You can cycle around the lake and even on the slopes. Disk golf is really fun. Getting up and down the slopes is just wonderful. To pick cloudberries and blueberries. You can also fish in the lofsdalen and we have caught a lot of perch in Lofssjön. Getting out on the mountain is absolutely magical. I think everyone should go to the lofts valley because that's where life plays. You do not need to feel any stress at all. You can just enjoy and relax everything from your work at home.

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Ideal for families with children. Close to nature, no queues for the lifts

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My first turns on skis were done in the children's slope in Lofsdalen and since then I have visited the resort many times. But if I have to take off my nostalgia glasses and try to sum up Lofsdalen as a ski destination, I would give it 4/5.

Unfortunately, only been there on sports leave which usually means long lift queues but an early lunch around 11 means you rarely have to queue for more than 5 minutes. Lofsdalen is a town aimed at families and has many red and blue carving slopes to offer and the park is usually okay.

A good winter it is usually possible to get really nice off-piste rides, not in meter-deep powder, but you almost always find fun rides in loose snow. To recommend is to take the top lift and go down Snedsvängen to shortly after Rännan then straight down to Genvägen, here blows snow from all over the mountain side and collects in loose ramparts which are usually fun. Otherwise, you can usually go down between the red slopes from the top or between the top lifts.

Do not usually look at any of the restaurants so can not tell me about the offer but there are two nice heating cabins. Highly recommend Lofsdalen to anyone who wants to get many fall meters per day!

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Most popular photo

Rider: Marcus Wadsten Photo: Johan Wadsten

Trail map

Trail map Lofsdalen

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