Ski Resorts in Sweden – Jämtland Härjedalen

Jämtland Härjedalen proudly comprises many of the major ski resorts in Sweden and whether you’re looking for perfectly prepared slopes, mogul skiing or good off piste options you can find it here. The most well-known ski resorts in the area are Åre, Vemdalen, Funäsfjällen, Lofsdalen, Storlien and Bydalsfjällen. They offer endless of possibilities to find everything from quiet family slopes to fresh powder as well as a wide range of activities besides the skiing. Not far from the major ski resorts you can find some of the smaller gems. The perfect choice if you want to enjoy a skiing holiday with slightly lower pulse at the end of the day.

Skidåkare i Åre | Foto: Niclas Vestefjell
Nordic skiing in Sweden | Photo: Lars Häreblad
Skidåkare i Funäsfjällen | Foto: Martin Söderqvist

Well-known Ski Resorts in Sweden & Jämtland Härjedalen

Visit the host of FIS Alpine World Ski Championship 2019 and northern Europe’s largest winter resort, Åre, bring the kids to Bydalsfjällen or go off piste skiing in Storlien. When it comes to alpine giants among ski resorts in Sweden it’s hard not to find the perfect resort for your winter holiday in Jämtland Härjedalen.

  • Åre is the leading ski resort in Northern Europe with over 100 pistes and 42 lifts. With the longest slope being 6,5 km long.
  • Funäsfjällen encompasses five ski resorts with 136 pistes and 38 lifts in one ski pass.
  • Vemdalenencompasses three ski resorts: Klövsjö/Storhogna, Vemdalsskalet and Björnrike with a total of 35 lifts and 58 pistes.
  • Bydalsfjällen ski resort has a family-friendly profile with 55 pistes and 16 lifts in varying terrain.
  • Lofsdalen ski resort offers 26 pistes from novices to brutally steep and 9 lifts.
  • Storlien ski resort has a great mix of nicely groomed slopes and very good off piste skiing. There are 23 pistes and 9 lifts.

Small Ski Resorts in Sweden & Jämtland Härjedalen

Get the same challenge in the slope but in a more quiet environment, visit one of our smaller and lesser known ski gems.

  • Edsåsdalen ski resort offers 11 pistes and 5 lifts in a sheltered terrain.
  • Åkersjön has one lift with which you reach to pistes in sheltered forest terrain. 100% natural snow.
  • In Stora Blåsjön you find Sweden’s fourth highest vertical drop, about 475 meter. There are 10 pistes and 4 lifts.
  • Trillevallen ski resort have 21 pistes, 8 lifts and is a true family favorite among ski resorts in Sweden. You find great skiing both for the novice and the more experienced here.
  • In Ljungdalen there are a few pistes and 2 lifts.
  • Frösön in Östersund offers skiing just minutes from the city center. There are 3 pistes and 2 lifts.
  • Hammarstrand have 3 pistes that offers varied skiing and beautiful views. The longest piste is 1200 meters.
  • Almåsa ski resort offers mainly natural snow. There are 9 pistes and 2 lifts.

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