The small village of Stöten provides a warm friendly relaxed skiing destination, Scandinavian skiing at its best, friendly locals, relaxed atmosphere and great snow conditions. A trip to Stöten will be appreciated by all - great for beginners but with enough for those who want a few more challenges. The entire village is ski-in ski-out meaning stress free access to the slopes. Located on the north of the Sälen mountain range boasting the highest peak, the views over the Norwegian mountains will leave a lasting memory. At just 25 minutes from the new Scandinavian Mountain airport you can be on the slopes in no time at all.
Family skiing in Stöten
With a large array of gentle green slopes that allow access to the majority of the mountain, Stöten is a paradise for families and beginners, a dedicated children’s area, Vargy land is a great place for little ones to take their first turns, and miniature snow parks is a nice touch for budding daredevils.
Stay in Stöten
Stöten is the ideal base for a low key skiing holiday, yet still offers enough to do, away from the skiing, there is bowling, swimming (included in with the skipass+), outdoors; try husky dog sledding and snowmobiling or there is even a Suzuki test centre for adrenaline fuelled junkies. For a more sedate time try out the cross-country trails with some lit for a magical evening experience. The family vibe continues into after ski with lively but family orientated offerings.
The local accommodation is handpicked by our skiSweden experts and includes a charming boutique Mountain Lodge and traditional mountain cabins and apartments with a modern touch. Speak to your skiSweden expert to find your perfect fit and discover even more about what’s on offer in Stöten....
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The right slopes for me?
Excellent: Stöten is excellent for families and beginners offering plenty of long greens and a dedicated children’s zone. Stöten has many greens runs at the top of the mountain so even beginners get to sample the stunning views the mountain offers.
Good: The uncrowded slopes are a great place to improve and practice with wide well-groomed runs that pass through the forest with a good mix of blues and reds.
Good: Stöten offers some good advanced skiing with some challenging blacks, and changing runs left ungroomed, there is also a snow park and ski cross area.
Average: 45km's of trails mainly circle the resort and along the river although there are a couple of trails above the ski area which offer superb views over to the Norwegian mountains.
Good: There are two snow parks in Stöten with everything to you’ll need to work on your freestyle skills. One aimed at the younger boarders and is a miniature version of the main one. Both have a series of jumps, rails and boxes.
Activities & Après
Whilst the resort is more relaxed than others, there is still plenty to keep everyone busy:
- Dog Sledding
- Snowmobile Safari
- Morning Ski
- Night Skiing
- Large Swimming pool
- Suzuki 4x4 driving challenge
Older children and teens can visit the GameZone where there are activities and games for all ages. Challenge family and friends with a variety of activities, or relax on a sofa in the corner and watch a movie. You'll also find floorball, table tennis, arcade games, billiards, football games, air hockey, and a large screen TV.
Après ski & eating out
The resort is generally family orientated but does offer après at the foot of the slopes and live music and live sports coverage in it's pub. There is a good choice of restaurants offering different cuisines.