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A calm period in the area with less visitors and a slightly limited offers in terms of accommodation and activities. But on the mountain the preparations are in full swing. We are all excited on welcoming the first snow and the first guests of the winter season. We are of course following the current development of the pandemic and taking the necessary precautions to guarantee a safe experience both for guests as well as all our staff. 

Current coronavirus information

We have gathered up-to-date information and news on the COVID-19 pandemic here. We thank everyone for showing consideration for others and understanding of the situation. In the current circumstances, it is crucial to all of us who work in tourism in Funäsdalen to act responsibly and ensure a safe stay for our guests.

Opening hours


Reloads for the summer, reopens on July 1, 2021.

Ski lifts

The park lift is open until April 25th, between 09:00 – 16:00.

The Gondol will reload before the summer, reopening on July 1, 2021.


Fjällsport / Ski Rental

Fjällsport is closed, reopen again winter season, 2021/2022.

Ski School

The Ski School reopens winter season, 2021/2022.

Café Kåvan

Café Kåvan reopens winter season, 2021/2022.

Hotel Funäsdalen

The reception and the pool is closed and will open again for the summer season, June 14th.

Between April 18th and June 14th we offer accommodation at the hostel and in our apartments.
You can book your stay here on the website under the tab Accommodation.

Fjällrestaurangen at Hotell Funäsdalen

The restaurant is closed and will open again on June 14th.


Sön 6 °C 2 m/s
Mån 3 °C 2 m/s
Tis 9 °C 1 m/s
Ons 10 °C 2 m/s

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Open lifts Open lifts 1/11
Open ski slopes Open ski slopes 1/28
Natural snow depth Natural snow depth 15cm
New snow (Within 24h) New snow (Within 24h) 2 cm

Ski slope map

Pistkarta över Funäsdalsberget

Funäsdalsberget is 950 meters above sea level with a 314-meter drop – record high in Funäsfjällen. In total, there are 18 slopes divided into 3 black pistes, 7 red pistes and 6 blue pistes. The longest piste is 2,100 meters.