Riksgränsen reviews (Page 7)

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Insane
21/12/2002
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When I was 12 I was in Riksgränsen i Vecka 7 years2002 it was the best offpiste ski resort I have been in.
The first morning there had fallen 3dm new powder snow me ndet was not the funniest thing for me because I had previously used to cushions snow before but i learned quickly.
It's a bit leaky when it comes to flash battling fog it can come just like that one way it's sunny and nice nest very thick fog ... though the fog usually eases right in fact.


++ Ski
+ Afterski
-Mother child Plooger
-Lavin risk

Knut_Rygh
02/12/2002
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Proper skiing when the weather is ok. Very weathered since the whole plant is above the tree line. Nice off-piste when it's just snowing and is windy (never?). Opportunities for "alpine" driving in the mountains south of the resort. Bring traps

Nilimaa
14/11/2002
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Sweden's only real off-piste skiing.

Absolutely superb. Be in the national border at the free-kick camp -99 and it was worth every penny.

However, the border can show its bad side in terms of the weather. If the weather is bad then everything is bad, and sometimes you can be surprised by a nasty flat light.

Not so child friendly though.

Stradi
06/04/2002
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I have just been to the border (24/3 - 30/3). Nysnö every day, simply wonderful skiing even though the weather sometimes was bad (storm 1 day).

BUBA_GBG
14/03/2002
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Easy, quiet place. Be some bad weather when I was there last time but it was divine, infinite with offpiste if you have some $$$. But that's enough on the spot too, but the helicopter is a 5th.
Will you be here at Easter, will be really fun.

Jonny_hardcore
04/03/2002
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Visited this nordligasvensk / norksa? Mountain Easter 2001 ... Can easily say that the trip belongs to one of the most fun I've done. Certainly, the journey will take quite a long time (18 hours by train) ... but it's worth ... Well there you stay cozy, there's even a room with games. Then the ride is very fun when you have the whole Nordalfjäll to play with. After all, helicopter trips are not entirely wrong ... the disadvantage may be that it is very expensive, and a little monopl, since there is only a shop and a resturant! .... But it's quite cold an alternative to the Alps .. proper relationships is the gold to be there ...

Peter_Haggkvist
04/03/2002
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Easy Sweden's best back with 150cm snow. Be nice to me, soft pillows. Only one knows where to go, so you can find large areas with untouched pads.) They also have very nice excellent offpiles, including the Brant who was relatively beautiful ..! Do not know if there is any backing for families and unlisted riders who go for the first time. Then I recommend Björkliden, which is only 3mil from the border. Even though I miss the border is a pretty fat fun park .... fast than a clear -> 5a

Simon Nyström
Simon Nyström (Guest)
01/10/2001
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My last stay was absolutely wonderful.
we got up and discovered that it had fallen 30 cm cushions and it did not take long until it climbed up to the top of Norddals.
Then it got off and the fatest skiing was a fact!
The negative was only that I did not live there!

Anders Uhlin
Anders Uhlin (Guest)
18/04/2001
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It was quite a bit of snow when I was there. Nevertheless, the score is high because the potential of the mountain is easily understood. It may be a good idea to bring a car to go away, for example, to Narvik when the weather is bad.

Ove Lundqvist
Ove Lundqvist (Guest)
09/04/2001
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Right now badly with snow 80cm is not enough for the optimal offpiste ride. Minus if you cross the border and get back a long piece of 1km. It's otherwise a totally okay thing for a couple of days like a week but not more. If you are going to go more than a couple of days, a large wallet for helicopters is required this year. Those who intend to go to pistachio may go to another place.
Shit in others and let them be cola you complain about all o one where is not much better. Far from all born as ski guns.