Swedish ski resorts: skiing for everyone

In Sweden there are some 200 ski resorts, ranging from family resorts, with children’s facilities and activities, to larger resorts with buzzing nightlife, excellent restaurants and lively bar scenes.

Published: Wed 9 Mar 2011 11:40 CEST
Swedish ski resorts: skiing for everyone

Then there are the more exotic resorts of the far north for the more daring among us, with heli-skiing and powder skiing in the wilds of Lapland – Europe’s last wilderness.

Snow and ice fun

What Sweden’s ski resorts have in common is fabulous quality slopes and runs, well-tended and extensive cross-country skiing tracks and bundles of other snow and ice related fun such as trip skating, dog sleighing adventures, ice-driving and climbing, as well as ice-fishing and snowmobiling. And unlike the major continental European ski resorts you won’t have to elbow your way to the front of the queue for the ski-lift here: there is plenty of room for everyone.

When you book a skiing holiday in Sweden you can also expect high quality hotels, as well as chalet, cottage and hostel accommodation – most within walking (or skiing) distance of the slopes.




Come on a skiing holiday in Sweden, you’ll love our latitude.

Article sponsored by Visit Sweden.


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