Orsa Grönklitt

Ski resorts in Sweden
Lifts (15/15)
Slopes (22/22)
Snow depth
555 m
410 m
30 cm
Orsa Grönklitt is located within Orsa municipality in Dalarna in Sweden. Mountain Grönklitt sits at an elevation of 561 meters above sea level. Orsa Grönklätt is a family friendly destination with 13 lifts and 23 runs. Net sales grew from 2007 to 2009 and the number of employees increased from 53 to 95.

The vertical drop is 145 meters and, apart from drag lifts and button lifts, there is one chairlift.

You also find Orsa Rovdjurspark here – a wildlife park – which is Europe’s largest wildlife park, covering 325,000 sqm. Some of the world's most endangered animals can be seen here. For example, brown bear, wolf, lynx, eagle owl, wolverine and kamtjatka bears.

The ski slopes are described by some as non-thrilling, so if you are looking for a major ski adventure you may want to look elsewhere. You can still ski down runs in three different directions and the main run is both fairly wide and steep.

At the top of Grönklitt mountain, with its peak at 561 meters above sea level, you have vast views, including views over lake Orsasjön 400 meters below.

Snow forecast

  • Tuesday

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    -6°
    4 m/s
  • Wednesday

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    Cloudy
    -7°
    4 m/s
  • Thursday

    3.8 cm snow
    Snow
    -2°
    6 m/s
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Jonatan
Jonatan (Guest)
07/01/2021
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Two days with the family in Orsagrönklitt and I will not go back for downhill skiing. The facility is nice but very small. The lift queues were short but the lift passes were expensive. The facility clearly prioritized creating snow over that their customers could see. The visibility was already limited in terms of weather and on the slopes all the snow cannons were spraying fully in -15C, which made the visibility non-existent. Most skiers then went to the back of the mountain, which created a long disorganized queue for the anchor lift.

Tomas
Tomas (Guest)
06/04/2020
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Green dune's great advantage is the high quality of the piste. I have visited about 20 Swedish ski resorts and I keep Grönklitt as one in terms of skiing quality.
The biggest disadvantage is the moderate fall height. However, this is partly offset by the fact that the slopes are extremely wide, which in combination with the day-long manchester gives good carving possibilities.
Grönklitt has well-developed children's areas and can mainly be regarded as a facility with families with children as a target group. But even the adult can look forward to fun riding.
Good food in the top cabin.

Eric Andersson
Eric Andersson (Guest)
16/12/2019
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Good accommodation close to everything.

Gosnutta
20/02/2018
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In 2016/2017 my children started slalom and we hired a private teacher in Orsa Grönklitt for an hour. Best we made! In one hour they learned a knot lift, plunging down for the baby back and swinging a bit. We are still in this year in easier slopes and I have not tried to go for a self, but the kids, all of them from a child's perspective, but good backs - many options in lifts, super helpful and helpful staff. Orsa Grönklitt went for myself as young and the good atmosphere remains. Above all, good rating from me!

Sten Lindgren
Sten Lindgren (Guest)
29/12/2014
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During almost 50 years of skiing, I have visited a majority of our ski resorts. Orsa Grönklitt is probably the most unwelcome of these. The backs are very wide overall, the only one that has no resemblance to a slalom drawer was mostly off for two days for paying riders in favor of local club training. A sign had been set up to warn paying customers for fortunate who trained. In addition, you are paid to go on the long track, even these were largely suspended for 2 days for paying riders due to competition. If you want to have lunch on the slopes, you can count upwards of SEK 200 per person for medium food

Karl
Karl (Guest)
09/12/2014
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Great cross country skiing!

Have been in Orsa green-clad a number of times, and have experienced the amazing longitude trails a lot. And that's why you go here. Have not gone on the slopes (with alpine skis iaf.) And what I would think is they are not very overwhelming.

Seabstian
Seabstian (Guest)
27/01/2011
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Well! Have a family cottage in Orsa where I've been very much like a little kid. Teach me skiing at the age of 2 in the children's back in greenish. Just have wonderful memories from that place! It's such a lovely atmosphere. Perfect to go if you want a peaceful and fun skiing holiday with the kids. Something to recommend is to ride a horse and sled to the waffle cabin in Fryksås. Sick cozy! Good waffles are not available. Will soon go there again with my guy and teach him to go skiing in the same hill that I learned.

SebSjoowqvizt
02/12/2009
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-Don't had the best park but it starts to recover.
winter 07/08 They sat on a park on the north side of the ferry which was very good.
-Lots of fun slopes and nice off-piste skiing.
-Very nice staff and good food.
- Always have a lot of snow.

11/02/2009
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+ good staff, good backs, good prepparade backs
                                                                        
- nothing

 
Otherwise: Now they have built a big jump with two kickes I've got it that it was 12m and 15m not sure can be anymore

Snel-Hesten
01/08/2008
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Family-friendly ski sledding for both young and old.

Pose tive:
-Don't had the best park but it starts to recover.
winter 07/08 They sat on a park on the north side of the ferry which was very good.
-Lots of fun slopes and nice off-piste skiing.
-Very nice staff and good food.
- Always have a lot of snow.

negative:
A little short slopes.
Can be very long lift queues in high season.


Very rugged back for all ages.

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