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Riksgränsen Ski Resort Guide (Riksgransen)
- Acres of ski:104
- Terrain Parks:-
- X-Country:7.5 km
Riksgransen (or Riksgränsen), in Sweden, is a medium sized ski resort with 6 ski lifts (2 chair lifts, 4 surface lifts) that offers skiers a respectable 410 metres (1345 feet) of vertical descent. Riksgransen (or Riksgränsen) has 104 acres of terrain, over 34 pistes, with a total length of 24 kilometers (15 miles).
Riksgransen is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders and there is off-piste terrain of interest for more advanced skiers/boarders. There are 7.5 kilometers (4.7 miles) of cross country ski trails at Riksgränsen. The closest airport is at Stockholm but at 20 hours the transfer time is very slow. The nearest train station to Riksgransen is at Riksgränsen.
- Nearest Airport:Narvik
- Nearest Train Station:Riksgränsen
- Tourist Office Phone:+4698040080
- Tourist Office Website:www.stromma.se/sv/Riksgransen/
- Slopeside accommodation:no
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Visitor Reviews of Riksgränsen
A Chinnery from United Kingdom writes:
Just returned from a trip around northern Scandinavia that included 3 days skiing/boarding at Riksgransen. Conditions in mid-late April were fantastic, no queues, facilities (loos, cafes) are limited but adequate. None of the groomed runs are really steep but they are interesting (they are not straight runs, and have many camber changes) so do offer some challenges for intermediate skiers. The resort comes into its own for off-piste skiing, which is extensive and it's the off-piste that seems to draw most people there. There is heli-skiing and helicopter sight seeing tours. Riksgransen is not a town/village - there is really not a lot there apart from the skiing and one hotel/restaurant and a few cafes. For those looking for a typical family skiing holiday resort, Riksgransen is probably not it, but for keen skiers/boarders looking for some seriously good snow, a late season, and in a fantastic setting then it is worth a visit.