Ski Lodge Skalspasset, Vemdalen

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Location - where is Ski Lodge Skalspasset

next to the slopes of Skalspasset
less than 1 minute's walk to the ski lifts
5 minutes' bus ride to the centre of Vemdalsskalet and ski school meeting point

Overview - apartment description - Ski Lodge Skalspasset description

This contemporary, modern hotel is right on the slopes of the Skalspasset ski area. It’s less than a minute's walk to the lifts and a 5-minute ski bus ride into the centre of the resort and the ski school meeting point.

The rooms are spacious and cosy, with natural wood and neutral colours to give an authentic mountain feel. The kitchenettes have everything you need for a comfortable self-catering stay. Or let someone else do the cooking and grab a bite to eat at the hotel's Passet restaurant, where you can experience traditional Swedish dishes with an Italian twist. The restaurant serves as a cafe during the day with a lunch menu, so you can enjoy a sit down and a tasty snack in between slope sessions.

After a busy day on the slopes, head back to your apartment and sit back and relax in your private sauna. Or if you want to hang out with friends or family, make your way to the communal lounge and relaxation area to enjoy some quality time.

Please note: When booking in resort cash payments are no longer accepted.

Facilities - Ski Lodge Skalspasset features

• onsite Ski Star Skalspasset shop • onsite Passet restaurant • bar • cafe • communal lounge • relaxation area

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All apartments include a flatscreen television and free WiFi. Kitchens include a kettle, coffee machine, hob, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

Type C Apartment (51m²) - sleeps 1-4: two bedrooms with double beds, two bathrooms with one private shower, WC and sauna and another private shower and WC.

Cots are available to hire on request.

Towels and bedding are provided, with apartment cleaning included.


Meals - food and drink in Ski Lodge Skalspasset

We update Ski Lodge Skalspasset's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Vemdalen - about holidays in Vemdalen - about ski holidays in Vemdalen - about ski holidays in Vemdalen Sweden

Three ski areas Pretty Scandinavian resort Brilliant kid’s areas

Three ski areas, charming Scandi villages and countless snowy activities await in Vemdalen. Families are welcomed fabulously, and if you’re lucky you can spot wild reindeer and the elusive Northern Lights…

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Families Activities

Vemdalen webcam

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Vemdalen trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Åre Östersund Airport (OSD)126km, 2 hours
Härjedalen Sveg Airport (EVG)70km, 1 hour
Region:Jämtland, Sweden
First opened:1936

Vemdalen lift pass price last reported as €200.50 (adult 6-8 day). Ask for a quote when booking Ski Lodge Skalspasset.
Night skiing: Yes
Vemdalen has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 500m
Top of slopes: 946m
Bottom of piste: 476m
Vertical drop: 470m
Total length of trails:52km
Longest piste:2.2km
In the beautiful mountains of midwestern Sweden, the Vemdalen resort (pronounce it Vem daal en) is made up of three ski areas and a handful of colourful Scandi-style villages: Vemdalen city, Vemdalsskalet, Björnrike, Klövsjö and Storhogna. Vemdalen City (sometimes called Vemdalen town/village) is the oldest part of the area, with a church dating back to 1763. It has everything the year-round population need, with a cinema and activities including bowling and snowmobiling. It’s the only area without its ow...
Vemdalen’s three ski areas offer a mix of slopes both above and below the tree line and together, Björnrike, Vemdalsskalet and lift-linked Klövsjö/Storhogna form one of Sweden’s biggest ski areas. They are all connected by buses, and each ski area has its own beginner’s zone. The order of the day is wide, quiet and immaculately groomed runs – ideal for beginners and intermediates, with challenging terrain thrown in to keep experts on their toes. Sunny Björnrike has glorious views of the Sonfjället...
The village of Björnrike has the liveliest mix of bars and restaurants, with favourites including the Grizzly Bar & Grill (great kids menu and tasty fondues) and Brajks Matbar (home cooked food made from locally organic ingredients and après ski from 3pm). One must-do is to take a trip up to Jaktstugan from Vemdalsskalet – this is the hunting lodge, which is otherwise known as the waffle cottage for the delicious waffles you can enjoy. Accessed by snowmobile, skis or ‘ferry’ (snowcat) from the Vemdalsska...

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