Svärdsjöliften

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Nina
Nina (Guest)
28/02/2011
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Very good back for my boys who jump and dare in the built-up jumps. For the most part, I usually stay in the coffee shop in the heat, with a view over the hill.
Here is the great service. My son's board has broken a couple of times, then Olle has fixed it quickly as the eye. Talk about service.
Inside the house, Inger lives with the same good mood she had in the 70's when I was little and was here and went.
Can only say one thing to you as supposed to ski in Dalarna with younger children, the Svärdsjö hill (Hillersboda) is the best place for you !!

Jan-Erik Karls
Jan-Erik Karls (Guest)
23/03/2010
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A backdrop for the whole family, where I learned to board my brother.
The only hill that opens for two people wants to go, a little history from me about this.
Me and my friend wanted to go slalom, it was cold as just that.
Said and done, I managed to persuade my grandfather to push me and my friend to the back. When we get there people are there because of the cold, the lifts are still!
Okay, from Lumsheden to Hillersboda and it's closed!
But what would it do when the owner of the hill started a lift.
- Clearly the boys will go when they are here.
So my grandfather who is now passing away a couple of years ago sat in the magnificent restaurant with the owner and drank coffee while they had a great review on the hill from the restaurant.
I call it service, but it's more than twenty years ago.

Have also been there on the back competition on the scooter, very useful backe there.

Abbe
Abbe (Guest)
23/03/2010
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Child and family-friendly. The teenagers have their "side" of one downhill, where it is usually built snowboarding scenery. Pretty bad slope, making the two-and-a-quarter crossings quite boring for those who just want to go, but it also makes the back a very good beginner back. If you are lucky enough to keep your younger ones in the downhill closest to the restaurant, you can sit in the heater as a parent and still have a good look at the children.

Mostly very short lift queues. Two lifts with "ankarlift"!

Jao ling
Jao ling (Guest)
14/01/2006
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They've got big frogs, as fat bigjumps. The park will be built during feberuari, will be among Sweden's most lavish according to sources. The fat trick I put is a risk tag with a fat tweak mutegrab = D peace all jibbes came here

Johan
Johan (Guest)
18/12/2004
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One's own childhood back that you learned to go skiing in and that you still get back to sometime every year.

Cheap ski passes, nice staff and never a few queues, even though the slopes get quite boring in the long run.

Henrik Y
Henrik Y (Guest)
03/12/2004
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Very free back, one can go with both feet clamped on the board. You can take a shovel and build a jump here to there. If you are the right person, you do not even have to show the lift card. The problem is that the jumps are small The coolest trick I have managed is a really fast 540 indy.

They usually get into a big jump that is not always that good but otherwise it's the usual little hope.

What's more is that you can build as you like. And they have a nice serving. Not many tourists, short liftkö usually 0-10 pers.

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