Stöten is a small resort with a big heart. The locals are passionate and welcoming and want you to have an enjoyable stay. The compact base is cosy and easy to navigate, with the accommodation nestled around the lifts.
The food is some of the best we've tasted in Scandinavia with lots of variety at the base and also on the mountain. All the food is locally sourced with options to please all tastes. There's everything from local, traditional specialities like Wallenbergare and reindeer, through to plenty of regular dishes made to a high standard like pasta, burgers and pizza.
In the afternoon the resort has a wonderful atmosphere and comes alive with Swedish 'afterski' from 3pm which, although lively, is suitable for all ages. This is more relaxed and family-orientated during the school holidays.
It's the perfect resort for building confidence as it's easy to ski top to bottom on a variety of wide and uncrowded runs. Stöten caters for all abilities although the predominantly gentle terrain makes it a particularly good choice for first-time skiers and those who want to refine their technique on confidence-inspiring slopes.
Non-ski activities are plentiful and also within walking distance of the accommodation. Try your hand at snowmobiling, ten pin bowling or even test drive a Suzuki 4x4. If you're looking for a more relaxing pursuit, the resort has swimming pool with spa and sauna (local charge for use).
Stöten offers a premium ski experience with all the luxuries of ski-in ski-out accommodation, great service, facilities and dining, but without a premium price tag.