Jönköpings län

Isaberg Overview

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Overview

There are pistes to suit everyone at Isaberg, from gentle green slopes to challenging black runs. Children have their own special area with two easy slopes and button lifts, close to heated shelters and services. Altogether, Isaberg has over six kilometres of prepared pistes to offer. The overall drop is 150 metres, which is the highest of all the ski resorts in southern Sweden. State-of-the-art snow makers A fully automated snow cannon system ensures efficient snow cover. Combined with lighting on all the pistes this gives us a long season that generally extends from mid-December right through to March. There are several heated shelters and barbecue sites dotted around the ski resort.

Plan Your Trip

Isaberg Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

14cm
9cm
6cm
3cm
0cm
0cm
Dec
11cm
Jan
9cm
Feb
8cm
Mar
0cm
Nov

Terrain Overview

40%
Beginners Runs
10%
Intermediate Runs
40%
Advanced Runs
10%
Expert Runs
10
Runs in Total
1 km
Longest Run

Total Lifts: 8

1
High Speed Sixes
1
Quad Chairs
6
Surface Lifts

Elevation

700m
Summit
250m
Vertical Drop
450m
Base

Important Dates

January 15, 20222022/01/15
Projected Opening
March 27, 20222022/03/27
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
2022
Years Open
0cm
Average Snowfall

Contact Information

Isaberg

Box 122

330 27 Hestra, Jönköpings län

Sweden

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