Sydalpin / Kungsbygget

Ski resorts in Sweden

Ski resort has shut down

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    0.6 cm snow
    Sun/clear sky

    5 m/s
  • Monday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky

    2 m/s
  • Tuesday

    1.7 mm rain
    Partly cloudy

    6 m/s
What do you think about Sydalpin / Kungsbygget?
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Sven Karlström
Sven Karlström (Guest)
28/02/2011
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Perhaps a more sensible assessment than by strange youngsters:
Saturday February 12, 2011, we experienced a fantastic day at the Royal building with radiant sun and no lift queues to the well-prepared slopes, "dance floor"! Lovely environment, embedded in wind-proofing forests and even nice skiing, even for more advanced riders and thus a nice community for families. The gym is available for those who want to try. The price level in its entirety is also much more advantageous than near close competitors ...
An ideal place for families with fantastic opportunities with outdoor barbecue areas when the weather permits.
In the immediate vicinity of the slopes there is a free hot tub where parents or companies can have a good view of the fields and enjoy warm-tempered food. In addition, there is a fresh restaurant for simple food or just coffee, including toilets on both floors. Konstisbana (bandyplan) is also next to the large parking lot for those who prefer to skate.
A fantastic and underrated facility and possibly forgotten excursion like newly opened!
Highly recommended!
/ Families Svensson and Karlström who use winter break in Sälen ...

Dennis Rosenquist
Dennis Rosenquist (Guest)
09/02/2000
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The king building is okay if you are in the practice of a little bit of hope and so (though you can build them yourself in most cases). However, the actual ride is simply untrue, although there are 6 different slopes including a black cockpit (there is also a sbowboard "land" and a jumpback). It is simply done too flat in some places. In addition, the slopes are considered too short. But all of this makes it quick and easy to get up and down with the anchor lift (there are four trailer lifts) as there are quite a few people there (at least right now, because there is so little snow now). This is a plus for those who just want to go up and down and practice hopes. The staff are nice and on Saturdays you can go for a night skiing between 18 and 24 (!) For 140 SEK. www.sydalpin.se

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