Tänndalen

Ski resorts in Sweden
Tänndalen belong to Funäsfjällen.

Lifts (12/12)
Slopes (53/53)
Snow depth
1038 m
800 m
114 cm
At Tänndalen you will find everything you could hope for in a skiing holiday. The ski area is within close proximity to the Norwegian border, in the western part of the municipality of Härjedalen, Sweden.

Tänndalen forms part of Funäsfjällen, a mountain group with ski resorts and more than 130 pistes in total. In Tänndalen alone there are about 50 ski runs, making it one of the biggest in Sweden. There are some new modern six-chair lifts here with heated seats. A luxury one easily gets used to.

Apart from all the awesome slopes, Tänndalen also offers a range of cross-country skiing opportunities. And when you want to take a break from skiing, there is both after ski and other activities to choose from. There is something here for everyone, including families who can get involved in fun activities both in and outside the ski slopes. While the kids have heaps of fun on their own, the parents can sit back, relax and enjoy the great views of the Swedish alps.

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    4.2 cm snow
    Snow showers
    -7°
    8 m/s
  • Monday

    0.5 cm snow
    Sun/clear sky
    -10°
    5 m/s
  • Tuesday

    1.9 cm snow
    Snow
    -3°
    11 m/s
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Anastelle Wieslander
Anastelle Wieslander (Guest)
26/03/2020
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Catrine Viberg
Catrine Viberg (Guest)
24/03/2020
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We lived in the Brunkullan apartment area directly adjacent to the lift system in Hamra. Very good location but some poorly equipped kitchen. Stayed in the same year before but another apartment which was much better equipped.

Very nice and well-prepared slopes. A system that suits all ski levels and ages.
Nice staff both in the lift and the restaurants.
Also grateful that the cross-country ski trails are directly connected to the accommodation.


Jonas Mauritsson
Jonas Mauritsson (Guest)
11/03/2020
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Incredibly nice for us as a family with children and good skiing both out and along!

Jonas
Jonas (Guest)
05/02/2020
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Love the whole area, including Funäsdalen and Ramundberget. Despite high prices, you get a lot for the money. The lift pass is valid in five systems.

Lo
Lo (Guest)
02/01/2020
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Very good slopes, nice staff, but took too little seats for all lunches ... some days you have to skip lunch because there is no seat.
But when you get lunch it is good lunch!

Nisse
Nisse (Guest)
09/12/2019
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With good prices and slopes that start where the lift ends, opposite to Idre where fencing is necessary before. Have lived in the main building. This is what you need a little more. At one point we were there so it blew up fast, then the staff came with scooter and trolley and picked up people so you did not have to go back! I call it SERVICE !!!

Liftricke
22/11/2019
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A perfect ski resort !!!

Emil
Emil (Guest)
01/04/2019
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There are fun slopes (not super-long). Unfortunately, I was there during the pre-season when everything wasn't open. But it seems that there are quite a few slopes. Comfortable 6-chair lift with heat and wind protection. So a good place.

Danber
14/02/2019
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Lovely ski area with many lovely slopes that fit everything from beginners to professionals. Recommended

Pillard
21/12/2018
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Very nice place, although it is a little far from our cabin. The fall height is not very impressive, but there is good variation in the slopes and there is also a lot of forest terrain at the Hamra lift to enjoy. Then the lunch at Buskvallen is difficult.

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