Storlien

Ski resorts in Sweden
The Storlien ski resort is located in the western region of Jämtland in Sweden, just a few kilometers from the Norwegian boarder. Storlien is surrounded by the beautiful mountaintops of Blåhammaren and Sylarna. Storlien is a relatively small ski resort with 9 lifts and 23 ski runs, although the standards here are nothing short of great. Skiing is comfortable, with the longest run measuring 1,400 meters. The more advanced adrenaline seeking skiers should try “Ravinen”, a challenging piste even for professional skiers. The youngest skiers will enjoy “Fjällfina”, an area for children with child-friendly pistes.

For something different, why not try night skiing? There are many comfortable and well-lit cross-country tracks, including 2.5 km, 4.5 km and 10 km. Interesting news is that Storlien has plans to build a cross-border lift system, the only one in all Scandinavia. When completed, it will be possible to get across to Tevletunet on the Norwegian side.

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Torbjörn Wallin
Torbjörn Wallin (Guest)
24/01/2019
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Friendly staff

Bo Evert
Bo Evert (Guest)
02/01/2019
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Close to everything and very good service.

Peter
Peter (Guest)
23/12/2017
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Good with snowy cozy town

Mattias
Mattias (Guest)
26/04/2016
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Perfect backs for families with children, no queues in the lifts right away, forgot some belongings in the cottage when we went home .... but then the stuff appeared on the post after a few days !!!! I call it ill good service !!! Thank you to those who work at the hotel!

Johan
Johan (Guest)
23/04/2015
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"The Lift Project / Border Project
The project is in full swing and is expected to be ready for the 2015-2016 season. The lift system is the only cross-border lift system in Scandinavia. It binds Storlien with the Tevletunet on the Norwegian side.
Lifts and slopes will cross the E75 and the railroad.
The project opens up a whole new opportunity for skiers, such as longer slopes and more advanced skiing! "
http://www.rodluvanstorlien.se/liftprojekt.html

Skido
Skido (Guest)
20/03/2014
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Really bad with sno when we were there in February. A back that was going to go in. The length of the track was closed. A really good restuarant in the village though (Flamman). May be fine in snow but it seems to be bad with it. (In two months). That was a bar code!

Mange
Mange (Guest)
26/02/2014
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Cottage since 1980 and been there both autumn and spring, this gem is a warm place for my heart. What I can read in many reviews is that the "tight" attitude does not exist and, as Stockholmers, it is basically what you want to avoid (we are not bumped in the same form). However, we may think we might take back this wonderful mountain world so that there will be no "bordershop" for money-fired Norwegians. We have always shared this mountain world with our neighbors in the west, but it is enough with "cabins " now. Fall height versus many fields feels easy, in worst case, take a turn over Rekdalshöjden and crash down to Storvallen on cross country skis and watch waffles with deer roll, worth every effort every day of the year. Come here experience and enjoy.

Anton
Anton (Guest)
06/02/2013
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Staying with the previous review, when you are in the storyline you are already on the mountain, you do not just have to get up all the time ... this means that the fall height will not be more than 200m. If you want, you can go down west to Norway, where you can find nice offpiste tracks. You also get around 160 fall height meters!

If you are looking for randonetours, there are nice peaks of indignity, nor is it a long way to Storulvån and Snasahagarna

Storlien is clearly underestimated by most!

pia andersson
pia andersson (Guest)
28/02/2011
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You are in a real mountain world when you are in Storlien! You're on my way up the calf mountain. It is so amazingly beautiful with all the mountain barks and the vast mountain massifs!
Something that's not talkable about is the cross-country skiing, which is magical here! There are amazing joints such as the parade round, but also elephant tracks with fantasy tracks. I love this place!

Gringo
11/02/2009
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Do not know how it is in the rest of the country, but the high zone is as usual closed for years, which is typical at this time of year = awesome with people in the low zone. Here in Storlien it has been dumped for 3 days now and no lift queues at all .... Poor fall height, you can easily reconnect with many yokes instead.
Hope your legs will drop a day to ......

/ Powderdog

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