Cross country skiing

48 km of cross-country tracks on your doorstep

The tracks are prepared by approximately 9am every day for both classic and skate skiing. The tracks may not be prepared in severe weather or winds.

Map over the tracks>>

Map and information of the mountain tracks>> 

The XC-technique park at the track centre
A smaller cross-country technical course where children and young people can practice technique, balance and challenge themselves on cross-country skis. The most important thing is to have fun while becoming safer on cross-country skis!

Dog in the trail?
It is permitted to bring a dog into the track IF the dog is on a leash, the surface is hard and the dog runs next to the track. If this is abused, we will ban dogs on the cross-country trails. The skate track next to the classic tracks is also counted as a track, so if the surface is soft, unfortunately dogs cannot run there.

Take care of our ski tracks
It is not allowed to walk either in the classic tracks or on the tracks for skate! There are special winter routes, see trail map below. You then walk on the narrow strip beside the tracks.
Thanks for your consideration!

You can buy your cross-country pin online or in the Ski Shop.

Random checks will be made during the season.

Enjoy the trails!

Cross country tracks

Cross country trailsCommentsLengthStatusDescription
1. FLOODLIT-blue (Click for profile)Floodlit 7.00-9.00 & 15.00-21.00.4,6 km ClosedEasy and family friendly terrain. This trail is flat to start and then comes a downhill section towards, and past Flötbäcksvägen. After this the trail passes over mires and into undulating terrain, ending with a steep slope with an incline after it up towards the waterworks to help control your speed. The trail finishes with a perfect poling terrain on the way back to the start.
2. BJORNMYREN-orange (Click for profile)7 kmClosedFantastic mountain environment in open terrain, which is suitable for both families and those looking to increase their pulse. The first 4km are easily skied and then there is an uphill. An easy trail that is suitable for everyone.
3. THE RED TRAIL(Click for profile)6 kmClosedThe first 2 km are easily skied through a classic mountain environment. Then the trail becomes more demanding with challenging uphill’s combined with poling sections and it is here that you have the opportunity to increase your heart rate all the way back to the start. This is our most challenging trail.
4. AROUND FJATEN-green (Click for profile)9 kmClosedThe first 4 km are easily skied and crosses Björnmyran, surrounded by late growth birches. Continue through some tricky sections, crossing the road continuing on to some truly challenging uphills until you join the flood lit trail’ s most difficult section, where you can really challenge yourself. In the final section you pole through forests and marshes.
5. THE VILLAGE TRAIL-yellow (Click for profile7 kmClosedSame as the green trail except that it doesn’t cross over "Björnmyren.
7. AROUND THE MOUNTAIN (Click for profile)Mountain track14 kmClosedWalks in scenic terrain over Svartfjället and down to the nice cabin ”Rybäckskojan”. Here you can enjoy your packed lunch. The track goes from Rybäckskojan back up to the mire again and then goes around the southern part of Fjätervålen. In the southern part there are two solid slopes. Here you have to be careful.
8. IDREFLÖTA (Click for profile)Mountain track16 kmClosedThe same introduction as Around the Mountain. Once up on Svartfjället, it follows the ridge on Svartfjället and after about 2 km fold down on the mire Idreflöta, north of Fjätervålen. There the track winds its way forward, goes up a bit on Torråsen and then comes back to the same track you went up on. The track is easy to ride and are extra nice in springtime when sun shines.