Isaberg is a ski resort in Sweden. It has 10 different routes that are good for kids, unskilled and skilled skiers/ snowboarders. Everyone will be able to find something for themselves. There are also different kinds of lifts available: chair lift, j-bar lifts and t-bar lifts. So you can choose your prefered type of transportation up 😀
The pictures I have made are not showing all the fun. We were there at the beginning of March and well, it was already warm. Two days after our visit, the ski resort closed for the season. But even in the melting snow I had so much fun that the next day I was so tired that I couldn’t move 🙂
It is possible to rent all kinds of equipment in Isaberg. You can either book it beforehand on their website or on site. The drawback of renting in on site, is that you will wait in the queue before you manage to get your things and you might get unlucky and not be able to get your size (though I doubt it, the had plenty of skis and snowboards).
Remember to take your ID.
If you want to know more about the prices, check out their site.
If you get tired with skiing, you can take a break and make use of many available grills that are located around the slopes. You can buy the coal at the same place where you get skipasses. If you would like to have more space for yourself and your friends you can book a grill hut for a whole day or just a half. There are also some shelters where you can heat yourself and your food up.
There is also a restaurant available, where you can eat some tasty food.
As you can see, there are many things available for you to choose from.
How to get there
Isaberg is located 280 km from Copenhagen and is easily reachable by car or the bus. There are couple companies that organise a day or couple days trips. And they are not that expensive – 630 kr for 1- day that includes a bus ride and ski pass.
You could try using one of those companies:
For more details check out Isaberg official website.