Näsfjället

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Snow forecast

  • Wednesday

    1.4 mm rain
    Rain showers

    5 m/s
  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky
    -1°
    6 m/s
  • Friday

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    Partly cloudy
    -1°
    2 m/s
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Åsa Welin
Åsa Welin (Guest)
23/03/2020
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Natural snow and always snow safe.

Erik
Erik (Guest)
05/01/2020
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Extremely good new pub
They seem pista
The longitudinal grooves were perfect
No queues

Johan Eriksson
Johan Eriksson (Guest)
16/12/2019
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The mountain feeling is among the better in the seals! However, the whole plant is not in comparison with the seal. The resort markets 11 slopes and the website describes a unique facility with fantastic skiing that just has to be experienced. When we were there v.6 there were only 4 descents that were poorly piste and really no unique experience. The entire plant seems to be chirping for air and the staff in the plant seems to be in short supply.
If you are looking for a week's skiing in the mountains there are other facilities to recommend but if you are looking for mountain feeling and nature then it is very beautiful in Näsfjället. Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling probably fits better as a description for this facility and we can confirm that it is calm and beautiful!

P Ernst
P Ernst (Guest)
14/02/2019
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A little gem. Only a lift but what does it do if there are no lift queues. Take the opportunity to go there if there is a lot of snow. There are plenty of short rides where you can easily get out of the piste and get some nice snowshoes. Friendly staff. Maybe nothing I would go to for a whole week but clearly worth a visit over a day or two.
+ No lift queues
+ Small and charming.
+ Good prices.
+ Nice staff.
+ Easy to find loose snow

- Short slopes.
- Little uncertain snow access. Check forecast before.

Annika
Annika (Guest)
14/02/2018
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What a natural experience !!

Elina Källberg
Elina Källberg (Guest)
06/02/2017
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I have just come home from Näsfjället ? the best in a long time! What a wonderful nature. Friendly staff. So safe and quiet place. Simply amazing for those who want to lose mass of stressful people and mass parties such as the dentist. I will definitely go back. Great ski trail and fresh cabins! Get the highest score of me and my sisters!

Beppe
Beppe (Guest)
14/04/2014
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The nice thing about Näsfjället is that everything is based on a place. If you are a family, those who want to go cross-country skiing can go out in the track and anyone who wants to go slalom can do it. If you drive a slalom in the morning you can often drive so many height meters that you are satisfied late. After lunch, take a trip to the Lilldalsstugan, and head west. There you can navigate between the mountains on the scooter / ski trail (about 13 km) or continue south-west over the middle mountain in Norway (national border) or even on Faxfjället. If you have access to track equipment on ski runs, you can have some nice yard where there are not many skiers on a season in this terrain. There are skating routes to Idre and Sälen, so that the motorbikes can get theirs.
We often combine snowmobiles and hiking trails. A great combination!
Do not expect stand-by only. There's nothing:)
A simple restaurant, a hot tub and a nice proximity to Kalfjällen is what you get.
I'm never tired of this place and drive all the less common downhill skiing, you can do that anywhere ....

Beppe

sofia
sofia (Guest)
07/03/2014
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Quiet, beautiful, easy, quiet, great skiing. Perfect for families with children who do not want to be crowded among all the others in the Sälen and avoid queues and the whole commercial circus. Everything is gathered within a few meters radius - cross-country skiing, lift, heating, restaurant, pullout, parking, making it very easy. With calm and non-commerce, there are restrictions on service, food supply and it's not very modern, but the benefits are definitely considering!

Martin
Martin (Guest)
10/02/2013
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Just returned from Näsfjället and are already looking forward to next year. The facility is perfect for the well-planned family with high demands on the ride (mountain environment and slalom) and low demands on extra everything. We have been there Sunday to Thursday. The mountain has a unique design, which means that the existing lift is fully sufficient to reach all slopes. Lovely and varied backs from the top for all requirements of difficulty. The green hill The sun side from the top is absolutely beautiful and beautiful for the whole family in beautiful weather. The advantage of näsfjället is many for those who have children and who are also thinking of an extra time. Here is a lift which creates a natural meeting point in the facility which makes it difficult to get away from each other. The lifter lacks stereo, which increases the sense of nature. The relatively small exploitation of the plant makes the wilderness rise / the trail becomes small for those who seriously consider their wildlife ambitions on the skiing holiday near the Fulufjäll National Park! Now we got up with renovations of the accommodations that are within walking distance to the hill where we lived in a very nice little cabin without luxury. It feels really nice that the plant is not exploited more than necessary and that's what we feel is the exclusive in it all. Our recommendation is: Go there if you dare to think "outside the box "!

Emil Svensson
Emil Svensson (Guest)
28/12/2012
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If you do not let the water in the cooker hood in the cabin be rented, you have rented and there is no freezer and porcelain so that is enough, then the accommodation can work. Can you then stand out with all the interruptions in the elevator
and wait for the lift start in a sunken hot tub, so keep the skiing up and running.
If you have any questions then if you are lucky the reception is manned, though you can keep the ball, the elevator goes = staff in the shop. Broken lift = locked shop

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