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About Kungsberget

The first lift up the mountain was built in 1954, but enthusiasts are said to have been skiing down Kungsberget long before that. Kungsberget was for a long time jointly owned by Gävle and Sandviken municipality, and then completely owned by Sandviken municipality. In 2004, it was the Branäs group that acquired the plant. The Branäs Group also includes the facility Branäs Fritidscenter, which is Sweden's fourth largest facility.


Join us on a journey through time, about our history and true skiing joy, told by Gun Larsson, now Lyrberg - daughter of Johan Larsson who in the 30s was involved in building Kungsberget and whose heritage we manage today.


Cold facts about Kungsberget

  • 25 pistes and 14 lifts
  • Up to 1,700 meters long runs
  • 3,400 ski-in/ski-out beds
  • Two parks as well as Big Jump, Beginner's Park
  • Children's area
  • Nintendo Land
  • Ski school for all ages
  • Evening skiing until 21.00 on Thursdays
  • Fall height of 200 meters