Ski camp Storklinten
Ski camp Storklinten

You don’t look for the alps – You go to Swedish Lapland — Our slopes are fully comparable with the famous ski-resorts in Finland. You can travel with SAS and/or British Airways and Norwegian. You get the tickets and we take care of the rest – a fully loaded Ground Package – Transfer, accommodation, skis, ski-poles, ski pass! Cost of flights, provided that trip is planned in really good time can be as low as around GBP 250 – 350 for London –  Luleå – Kallax Airport in Swedish Lapland. If you can take one day free and leave early in the morning you can be skiing in the afternoon until 10.00 pm in the evening. If you leave late, you can be in the slopes when the lift opens.

Perfect for the whole family.
Perfect for the whole family.

Ideal for families — If you are a family with kids of all ages Storklinten is the ideal place to go. As it is a small place it is hardly impossible for anyone to get lost and yet there is something for everyone – a conveyer lift for the small ones (picture here) shorter nice slopes for the less experienced, Jumps and rails for the bold youngsters. The Forest track when you have grown a little bolder. For the more experienced there are the Sunny Side Slopes including Longhorn (Lången) and the Black Slope for the expert. There is a total of four lifts plus one Magic Conveyer and 9 – 11 slopes depending on how you count. The drop is 205 meters and length between 50 m – 1.5 km. A major part of the slopes are illuminated (December to February).

Up-sides

The benefits of spending your ski weekend with us are:

  • Safe for kids – can ski on their own
  • Full cost control
  • Affordable
  • Short transfer
  • Few hours off-work
  • No queuing
  • Controlled area – no getting lost

In short – More Bang for the Buck spent and no surprises!

Members of the Ski Club of Great Britain have 5 % discount (no double discounts).

A T O L

In the light of the events during the recent years that has struck the flying industry (volcanic ash and snow & ice at the wrong place) we strongly recommend that you have some insurance protection for your air tickets, either by buying your own policy or by booking through our UK tour-operator, Arctic Discovery. Making your acquisition through them will also save you from the trouble or finding the right flights. Arctic Discovery is a registered member of ATOL and guaranties your flight at the cost of a minor fee. Please visit Arctic Discovery at:

www.arcticdiscovery.com

What to carry ?

Guests have no need to carry their own skis as we provide skis and ski-poles. Guest preferably carries their own ski boots and clothing. If guests have neither, please advice and we will help out. Ski pass is also included in the price and you can chose if you want B & B, semi-catered or self-cater made into the price. Not included are beverages or extra meals and other personal purchases. For detailed information on the Storklinten Ski Complex please visit www.storklinten.se 

How to get here ? (and back again)

Simple – get to Heathrow and catch the morning flight with British Airways, SAS or Norwegian or any combination of them. With SAS you can book the whole trip, but if you like other departure times you can make any combination, see above at ATOL.

Prices

For any inquiries or questions please contact us.

Request and booking: Toby Holm
Phone: +46 70-569 29 01
E-mail: toby@arcticadventure.se

The trail Map.
The trail Map.

B&B, Self-Cater or Semi-Cater

You can choose what suits you best from the above. We have not included any lunch-type meals as tastes are individual. If you choose not to self-cater, the restaurant is open every day and offer beside of “Today’s Offer” á la carte-menu, Children’s Special, hamburgers, soap’s etc.

B & B

B & B means that you will find a full Scandinavian Breakfast to be delivered at your door each morning. It will include coffee/tea, bread & butter, ham, cheese, yoghurt, cereals etc.

Semi-Cater

Semi -cater means that the Restaurant will deliver at your door-step a prepared meal that you yourself will finish off in your kitchen.

If you go for the Self-Cater option, we will make a stop-over on your transfer for you to make your shopping.

Beverages and extra meals are not included in price. Guests are expected to have their own ski/warm clothing and ski-boots. In case you miss something, we will help out at a supplementary fee. In case of extreme cold we equip you to be able to ski at no extra charges.

When to go ?

Our high season starts in the beginning of March when most resorts (in the Alps) starts to wind down. It is the time when the sun returns and the weather conditions are very much like what you meet in the Alps high season, meaning sunny days with blue skies, high air and warm sun, but cold nights. – Perfect for skiing! At the end of April it’s light almost 24 h and the sun has made its work and we have to close down.

Pre-season

Should you prefer to experience real heavy winter, with extreme cold, short day-light hours and northern lights, take the chance and visit us during pre-season which is late December to late February. We provide you with extra clothing so you will stay warm! And don’t worry about skiing in the cold, a face mask and electric socks make the trick ! The slopes are illuminated and there is no waiting for the lift in a queue!

Booking and/or requests

Contact us to book or if you have any questions.

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