Kungsberget has 17 pistes that you can reach by eight trail lifts and two chair-lifts. The queues are usually short even at weekends, since the lift capacity is very high. The slopes are of course not comparable with those in the Alps, but they are absolutely on a par with those in Sälen. The children may be happy to go up and down the same slope all day and for the rest of us there is a great choice.
If you want to spend the night and go skiing both on Saturday and Sunday, we recommend that you book a room at the youth hostel nearby or at one of the hotels in central Gävle. There are usually hotel packages worth their price, including cards for ski-lifts.
Kungsberget can easily be reached by car or by bus. There are also ski buses from Stockholm, Uppsala and several other place every weekend and every day during mid winter vacations in February/March. The trip and a ski lift card for will cost about 350 SEK. The bus will arrive just as the ski lifts are opening up and by then your lift card is already in your hand. The buses depart when the ski lifts close. Going by bus is often practical and usually cheaper than travelling in your own car.
Hotel & accommodation in KungsbergetHere you will find in total 2 hotel, apartments and chalets/houses in Kungsberget.
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