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How far is it to Kungsberget by car?

Short way to skiing joy

  • Stockholm, 21 miles
  • Västerås, 15 miles
  • Örebro, 22 miles
  • Nyköping, 30 miles
  • Norrköping, 37 miles

Travel with the Kungsberg bus

Go comfortably and environmentally friendly from Stockholm City Terminal directly to high-class skiing in Kungsberget every Saturday. The times are adjusted so that you will have a full day on the slopes but still make it home for dinner.

Read more and book here

Public transport to Kungsberget

From Stockholm Central

The easiest way from Stockholm if you want to go on days other than Saturdays, is to take the train to Gävle, then change to bus 41 towards Sandviken and there change to bus 43.

From Gävle Central

Bus 41 towards Sandviken and there change to bus 43. The journey takes about 1 hour.

From Sandvikens Resecentrum

You can get from Sandviken to Kungsberget in half an hour with bus 43.

From Uppsala Central Station

Just like from Stockholm, you take the train to Gävle, then a bus with change in Sandviken.

Book trains via SJ here.

Read more about public transport in Gävleborg County here.