Svanstein (Pullinki)

Ski resorts in Sweden
Svanstein Ski has everything a small Swedish ski resort can offer and this is the ultimate destination if you are going with the whole family. There are 16 slopes of all levels of difficulty so that experienced skiers get more of a challenge and beginners can feel safe. Those who prefer cross-country skiing have 150 km of ski trails surrounded by beautiful countryside to discover.
The restaurant offers a wide menu and the After-skin is extraordinary. You can choose from different accommodations, such as hotels and cottages. If you aren't that interested in the skiing there is also a large swimming pool and a well-developed gym. Or why not discover one of UNESCO's world heritage sites?

Snow forecast

  • Friday

    1.7 mm rain
    Rain

    5 m/s
  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    15°
    3 m/s
  • Sunday

    0 cm
    Cloudy
    15°
    2 m/s
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Emmy
Emmy (Guest)
19/11/2018
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I have been going to slalom for about 2 years and the place I learned was where in pullinki. Beginners that I was able to ride in the back are over and over again so that they can test them brighter. The food has been good and the lifts simple. A big thumbs up and I'm going to tell you all about going to pullinki!

Tobbe
Tobbe (Guest)
12/04/2018
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Awesome nice slopes in all slopes, good woodland, shady park, absolutely ok jerk and really nice staff. Big plus for the playroom for us children owners and one to plus for the view

cicci
09/03/2018
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Nice piste slopes and nice view on the top! No queue for the lifts, but the elevator was still standing well before they started it again. Great place for a day trip!

Flaklavin_David
03/03/2018
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Very good in relation to the size of the mountain. The slopes are steep and well-ventilated. There are several sides with steep forests from the top down to the long trail. Very quiet terrain with small drip and pillowlines. However, there are very dense forests in their places.
The food was simple but ok. No club or similar when I was there. More beer in the sauna and the bar.
The staff is superfriendly and flexible with service. It's fun that many are old professionals who go up and running when they get an opportunity.
Suitable for those who want to avoid lift queues during the day and just keep calm in the evening.

Jacwa
26/04/2016
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Swanstein has delivered both good offpiste and slopes during this season (2015/2016). The offpiste varies between quite dense forests to open gutters with yellow cushions. The guys who run and own the place today are very nice and will be happy to help you pinpoint the best offpiste.
To me, Svanstein represents the ease of skiing, you never need to be pushed with someone else and bring you a jaw in the bag, there is a horny top on top. There you can warm up on a fire and charge the batteries to continue the day.
So if you have not been to Swanstein yet, I think you should pack the car and go up for a weekend!

Pitebo
Pitebo (Guest)
25/02/2013
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Lovely long, well maintained and pisteed slopes. Great facility in good condition and friendly staff, but very few visitors unfortunately. More would have to discover this beautiful gem in the tower valley! Minus was a little unclear mark on suspended bays.

Axel H
Axel H (Guest)
23/03/2010
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I think Pullinki is a great backing, hoping for beginners and more experienced riders, there are also rails and boxes. have also seen a 6 year old go on a box so everyone can go to the park. The slopes usually tend to be soft and not ice-cold. some slopes can be raised and then it's not that good. When you have gone when it's snowy, it's been like a puck pist of 1 or 2 backs, but they'll probably punch them back later. In the woods it is quite nice to usually go soft snow and nice views. the food costs about 40-70kr You can also bring your own food and heat in the heating room where there is a microwave and oven and coffee maker. I think you should go to Pullinki!

Jimmy
Jimmy (Guest)
23/03/2010
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Was in Swan today (6/3). Plenty of snow, but most of the harder slopes are still poorly maintained. The park was a fun addition and was actually quite alright. Both small and large jumps, as well as different levels on the railways. Just wish they could fix the halfpipe and shed some slight down the slopes.

rOlLe
rOlLe (Guest)
28/01/2010
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Keeping up with it many say that the standard of both the back and the plant has been bad for many long years! And this is a shame when I've been there and gone late in the early 1990s. Now there is yet another owner on the hill and the plant, hope they take it here with snow seriously and raise the standard because it is a WIn-Win situation for everyone. Go there and go for a whole week and then I will bring all my arsenal of snowmobiles and snowmotos, etc., and make people understand that they can be both big, round, heavy and more or less invalidated to have fun just the one !!! Just imagine sliding down or sliding down the hill and not even having a sweat pear in the forehead !?
Just hope more people get their eyes on Snowscoots and snowmotos and skibike's for that matter!
We hope, as I said, that the new owner has opened and prepared more backs this year.
Week 9 yes then devils !!
And Svanstein Ski ...... YES IT'S POTENTIAL AND VERY NICE AND PARTY PARTY FOR ALL !!!

14/10/2009
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Right now they have built bigjumps etc and promised park. PS they have also said that the lifts should go faster.

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