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Cross Country

The Nordic Ski Center winds its way through valleys and high mountains – 300 kilometres of groomed trails. The network is laid out so you always have world-class cross-country trails near you. In addition, there are 450 kilometres of marked natural trails. In Funäsfjällen there are excellent conditions for training, exercise and recreation.

You can start anywhere in Funäsfjällen. The entire trail network is well signposted with distance markers, maps and rest stops. Here you can find your own favourite and enjoy your skiing to the fullest. You can explore new trails every day, maybe with the help of the ski bus, or take the skis home from the slopes. The options are many and varied – Funäsfjällen open up possibilities for everyone: families with children, those who like exercising and the world elite.
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Take the lift or the snowcat

If you want to get out and about, there are 450 kilometres of marked trails to choose from. Many tours are easily accessible if you make use of the snowcats that go up the

high mountains. Lifts are another option to reach lofty heights.

many rest stops are scenically located on the high mountains and make for suitable day-trip destinations. In late winter, it’s nice to dig yourself a pit in the snow and enjoy the sun up on the mountain. The reliable snow conditions and fine climate guarantee a skiing experience beyond the ordinary.

World elite and Vasalopp skiers

Every year, the training and competition season for the world elite starts and ends with the Bruksvallsloppet Race in November and the Fjälltopploppet Race in April. This is the time of spring when the snow gets crusty, and with it many skiers get to enjoy their strongest skiing experiences. This is the time you can ski anywhere on the mountain. A better place to do this than on the Funäsfjällen, with their warm days, cold nights and easily accessible high-altitude expanses, is hard to find.

The snow guns in Bruksvallarna guarantee an early start to the season, from 15 October.