Tandådalen/Hundfjället

Ski resorts in Sweden
Tandådalen/Hundfjället belong to Sälen.

Lifts (1/90)
Slopes (17/100)
The resort that is constantly evolving for the better. As late as 2015/2016, Tandådalen got a great facelift with additions such as a chairlift and a new restaurant concept. Tandådalen belongs to Skistar (who also own Åre, Trysil, Hemsedal and Vemdalen) and does not differ from the company's other resorts. Here you will find skiing for all levels and ages.

If the 29 slopes in Tandådalen aren't enough to satisfy you, it is easy to head over to Hundfjället, which is connected to Tandådalen through a drag lift. Together they form a ski paradise of 102 slopes. You can also take a bus to Lindvallen-Högfjället, which is also owned by Skistar.

Not only is Tandådalen a perfect family destination, it also attracts the younger generation. With an Afterski in the middle of the slope and a club with a dance floor, Tandådalen challenges ski resorts like Åre for where the most dancing takes place. Tandådalen has a junior and a super park and these are considered among the best in Sweden. The smooth, convenient park lifts make it easy for you as a skier to get a lot of jumps in. In Hundfjället you will find "Trollskogen" (The Troll Forest), with paths lined with trolls leading you through the forest. This is a popular place for smaller children. Hundfjället also has a steep piste called "The Wall," which is a must for daredevils.

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Mikael Karlsson
Mikael Karlsson (Guest)
21/02/2019
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Went Tuesday o Wednesday v8. Long queues to the lifts, very icy slopes.
Do not know if the piste machines are capable of running on the ice, or you have not pisted at all.

Tobbe999
14/02/2019
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Good varying rides in a not too difficult environment. Good for families with children as all services are within a short distance.


Camilla Thorn
Camilla Thorn (Guest)
17/02/2018
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Tandådalen / Hundfjället is perfect for the family! Has everything needed for a perfect skiing holiday !! Will go there again!



Marie
Marie (Guest)
15/02/2018
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perfect for families of all levels. We have been from advanced to beginners, children and young people and pensions in the dog mountain. There is something for everyone

KarinLager
15/02/2018
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Good ski resort for families with children, we lived in the gray village with ski in ski out mode. The only thing that's a pity is that the slopes are well short, the slope is nothing wrong. There is a risk that you can get some on top, hard when it blows.

Oscar Wilson
Oscar Wilson (Guest)
26/10/2016
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The tooth decal is top. Often a lot of natural snow early in the season. Varied skiing and a lift with a new seat lift. Tandådalens Wärdshus is holding class. Homemade lunch and a great draw on après ski. Live bands every day of the week.

Igor Ahlbaum
Igor Ahlbaum (Guest)
01/06/2015
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A good ski resort for the family
Positively
Many different slopes of different difficulty levels
Many black and red backs but a black back in the seal is kind of a red for years so it's a little different
wall
Child friendly in the dog mountain
Granbacken has a nice jump
The brant is a really good hill
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Worse food than school food It was furthermore expensive enough, the worst food I have ever eaten in my life, maybe a little excessive but untidy and expensive food.
Bad lift system 4 chairlifts on 60 slopes are a little too small would be good with two new chairlifts
Due to poor lifts, it will be very much at the E8
Longer slopes would be needed

Zplyter
01/04/2014
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Hey! Have been to the seal some Tandådalen / Hundfjället a few times. It is not at all a high fall height but can be fun anyway. It's cheap and good. It is very family-friendly and there is something for everyone. From childbacks to the wall. If you are a family, I would recommend it or if you want to go cheap.

Jibberfors
04/04/2013
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Sure, this was where I learned to go. But when you are here again a few years later, the t-valley dog ​​mountain is raging.
Mountains are really hills. Overcrowded and popular thanks to the ski's marketing. Really bad fall height., Many people and jibbers who believe. Sälen is a disappointment. Choose Trysil instead.
 Something positive is that the quality of the runners is ok, and that the wcback and the wall are well backed.

jibb_MAn
02/12/2009
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I have been in the tooth decay about 1 week / year now and for me who comes from a home-made home-baked dog with a skinned jump, it's like a dream to drive in the funpark there, but it's not really in the same class as the clap.
The hops are a bit too small and when I was there, I did not get any speed on all the jumps. There are also a lot of families with children who plow the way for all hope and rails all the time.
So are you looking for a park, then I'm better off.
The ride is so often, often people and queues.
If yes, I was looking for a ride, I would probably go to the place instead.
But if you want a bit of both, then the tandadal is perfect. :)

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