Stöten

Ski resorts in Sweden
Stöten belong to Sälen.

Lifts (21/22)
Slopes (48/48)
Snow depth
853 m
483 m
80 cm
Stöten, located in Sälen, is a well-traveled destination among families with children and those who are not interested in off-piste skiing. With long, fun, mostly blue slopes, this is the place for those who may only go skiing one week out of the year. It is easy to find what you are looking for in the system and there are not too many lines. Many skiers who enjoy going on-piste love the rolling slopes, and the very wide main slope is definitely a favorite. The end of the slope forms a natural square where you can find nice after-ski restaurants. This snow square also becomes a natural meeting place.

Most slopes run parallel and lead down to either Stötentorget or Soltorget.

There are plenty of accommodations in close proximity to the ski system, and you will not need to depend on your car if you choose to come here on vacation.

Those who like to jump off mountain peaks have come to the right place. There are plenty of high points, and the ski resort reaches just above the tree line, where it can be windy at times.

Snow forecast

  • Monday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky
    -4°
    1 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy

    4 m/s
  • Wednesday

    0 cm
    Cloudy

    3 m/s
What do you think about Stöten?
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Puderpuddingwn
Puderpuddingwn (Guest)
05/01/2020
Great offpiste if you don’t mind using skins 😊

matss
19/03/2020
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Is very pleased with Sälen's best slopes. Good variety and the only off-piste worth the name in Sälen. Unfortunately windy during the season when the chair lifts have been standing. The longitudinal tracks have been perfect when conditions existed for it, rainy weather followed by cold weather is difficult to do anything about. After-ski skin has been super good while lunch was like that at the shock square. The burgers on Soltorget were really good. Have own caravan at the campsite with ski in so the accommodation is good





Hanna
Hanna (Guest)
19/03/2020
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Surprisingly good snowboarding! Good park that has features for everyone, fun "off-piste" stretches and good food :) A good alternative when you want to get away from the skiing empire.


Robin
Robin (Guest)
09/03/2020
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Total worthless, terribly bad restaurants the staff working here have 0 knowledge, the nightlife is really 0/5 totally wasted money

Annicka
Annicka (Guest)
25/02/2020
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Leash managed cross-country skiing and icy.

Reggae
Reggae (Guest)
15/01/2020
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Versatility with full quality on slopes for everyone regardless of experience, a week in the Stöten does not make you bored, but every day feels like a good ski day.

richard andersson
richard andersson (Guest)
07/01/2020
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Ideal for the family with slightly older youth (15-20 years) where the combination Excellent and Varied Skiing together with small and family atmosphere in the resort as a whole. Gave quality time to everyone :)

Charlotte
Charlotte (Guest)
07/01/2020
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By far most of them are really nice and nice, but it is really disappointing that they close two chairlifts by wind on top so the cows stayed up to 30 min long at the other lifts and it took a lot of the joy. The slopes are so short so it's too long to stand in line.

Johan
Johan (Guest)
06/01/2020
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Good slopes for family of children.
However, the mini suite is really bad. Broken toilet, cleaning shoes that leave the door open and every breath of breath sounds like a jet engine inside.

Tobias
Tobias (Guest)
06/01/2020
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My bump is really bad living, smells bad and broken furniture.
Boring slopes that all plan out in green before half the descent.
20-45 minutes lift queue all week. Seat lifts are switched off in the slightest wind even though all other seals have their seat lifts open with the same weather conditions.

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Rider: Andreas Sjösten (addde97) Photo: Filip Voss Åkerström (jag)

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