The Ski Resort
Skiing in the middle of the city? No problem in Stockholm! Hammarbybacken ski resort not only features five perfectly groomed runs, it also boasts a unique view of the Swedish capital.
Two ski tows service the peak at Hammarbybacken. Keep left to pick between the family run Trysil and intermediate run Åre, which gets steeper towards the end. Between the two runs you'll find the terrain park. Further left, two magic carpets service the beginners' runs Vemdalen and Sälen. Looking for a challenge? Exit the ski tow to the right. Here, the steep Hemsedal run takes you down to a restaurant where you can refuel with delicious waffles, coffee, or hot chocolate, before the lift gets you back up the mountain.
- Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average base depth of 15 ". Therefore Hammerbybacken Stockholm is among the 10 ski Resorts with best snow conditions in Sweden.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
Dining and Restaurants
Infrastructure & Rental
Ski and Snowboard school Stockholms Skidskola offers courses for all ages and skill levels. If you don't have your own equipment, the ski rental has everything you need.
Number of Ski Rental
The ski resort is located at Stockholm's Björkhagen quarter right by Route 75. From exit 5 you go towards Hammarby/Sjöstad, take the second exit at the roundabout (Lugnets Allé) and turn right onto Hammarby Fabriksväg. Limited parking space is available at a fee right by the lifts. Alternatively, you can park your car in 5 minutes' walking distance at Sjöstadsgaraget.
On public transport
Bus line 74 gets you to Sickla Kaj. With the subway (green line) you go to Gullmarsplan. There, change onto the tram towards Sickla, and exit at Sickla Kaj. From there, the ski resort is a five to ten minutes' walk away. Walk towards the MAX restaurant, then turn left into Hammarby Allé which leads to the lifts. Another option is to travel by ferry. From Lumabryggan pier it takes about 10 to 15 minutes to walk to the ski resort. Follow Kölnargatan and turn left into Hammarby Allé.