Vallåsen

Ski resorts in Sweden

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Eric
Eric (Guest)
24/02/2020
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Very good facility for being so far south in the country.

Henrik
Henrik (Guest)
18/02/2020
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Incredibly good to be able to ski at such a good level here in Skåne.

Mats
Mats (Guest)
10/03/2018
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One hour by car from Lund. Only one or two slight downhill runs do not look much like variation, but considering that this is in Skåneland, it's okay for one or two days to drive.


Skidhjon
20/02/2018
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Vallåsen is an ambitious small ski area in southern Halland. Since I only managed to take a day off on the children's sports holiday, I took the E6 an hour north of Malmö along with my 6 year old and my 7 year old. Thankfully he gave us up to the 9th and got an hour in the piste without too many people. Vallåsen has two chairlifts, three slopes, a small park and a small children's area with various buttons. The green downhill is extremely slippery and on our visit in February, the "red" piste was closed, so it became the biggest ride in the blue main road. To be so far south in our country, Vallåsen is quite impressive. They work hard on artificial snow and the staff are pleasant. The slopes were well prepared in the morning. Unfortunately, a lot of people came forward for lunch and in the afternoon. Many visitors had never been on skis or had a lift earlier. So it was slowing down the pace. Visit Vallåsen if you live in southern Sweden and have a day left! Two days are too much. Try to avoid weekend and law!





Albin
Albin (Guest)
23/05/2016
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I think Vallåsen is awesome.
Certainly there are some bad lifts and dangerous Danes, but they have done all the best after the conditions.
I have a season card there and run about 3-5 times a week. Sure they could put out a little more rails and boxes but it works.
They are focusing on new snow cannons, till then one who goes in degrees!
In the winters here the temperature of -2 - +10 is usually.
Because I go so often, I see which periods are the best. The day when they open, it's all magic, snow everywhere, but there's no park open.
The park this year was very creative, many good rails o boxes, a smaller and bigger jump, and a kind of quarter pipe! Very funny to drive in!

Seppuccu
22/02/2016
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I would say that Vallåsen is a ... tapering ski resort. :) They really do not have the prerequisites on their part but do the conditions a very outstanding job. The investment in a snow machine that can make "snow " in plus degrees was perhaps the smartest idea ever. For us snowy skates, it benefits from one or two visits per season (or some more for those who have children of model less).

Fine. Awesome. Jättetrevligt. I can even ignore all deadly Danes. But then we have that chairlift. Copenhagen. They MUST do something about it. This must be the slowest lift across Europe, and it will not be better for all customer shells that keep it stupid in the quarters. It should not take 10 minutes to get to "top " with it. Once fixed, I can think of a higher grade, but until then it will only be a "Njaa " ...

Rydellarn
20/08/2010 (Modified: 03/12/2010)
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Vallåsen is good for lying in the slope / almost emptying. Then go to the park for the day to go. Like you have pimples. Good ski resort in its possibilities! :)

Eva
Eva (Guest)
22/02/2009
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I think Vallåsen is top.
Above all, the staff are pleasant and accommodating.
Lost my rent skis, but nice guards watched them again.
I recommend a few days in the slopes.

NickeNewb
NickeNewb (Guest)
11/02/2009
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Was there yesterday and thought it was fun fun, though, as a beginner on board I fell a lot of times.
Likes that they put a bit of hop and the box at the bottom and the seatlift that everyone says is a bit dull, yes I can agree. But for someone like me as a beginner and with an uninterested family, the gull is worth gold and I want to come there more times. Just get new bindings for my pane type xD

The Danes can be nice, so everyone is not negative.

Sofia
Sofia (Guest)
11/02/2009
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First o mainly, Vallåsen is located in Halland.
To be so tall south out with the rather badly bad winters that usually occur, I really think Vallåsen is doing well. It is not so easy to get so much good out of a small Hallandsås and Halland plain. And all the efforts on new ski hire, a better solution to the lift pass, and so of course, have made the place better and more hospitable.
No place to take 1 week of vacation (if not everyone is backing up, you want to open) say goodbye, as I said earlier, one day or to get rid of a little while and then.
One can also take advantage of the magnificent view of Laholm Bay as well ...

/ Lift forwarder

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