Welcome to Mössebergsbacken! The slopes of Mösseberg with views over Falköping are home to Skaraborg’s largest ski resort – Mössebergsbacken. The ski slopes have four ski runs and four lifts. There is also a nursery slope for beginners.
The mountain plateau has some great cross-country trails. Once it’s cold enough, the artificial snow track of up to 2,5 kilometres is prepared. And once winter has really taken hold and natural snow has fallen, more trails of varying lengths and levels of difficulty are opened. Why not come and spend some fun winter days in the glorious setting of Mösseberg!
Here is some useful information for anyone coming to spend one or more days at Mössebergsbacken. Mössebergsbacken is a ski resort owned and operated by Falköping Municipality. The resort is a member of SLAO (Svenska Skidanläggningars Organisation).
- Mössebergsbacken has 4 ski runs and 4 lifts. There is also a short practice slope with no lift.
- Ski passes/lift passes can be purchased via our website or at the on-site desk.
- Parking is available next to the slopes and is free.
- Toilet facilities are adjacent to the car park.
- The resort has a ski hut (with microwave) where you can eat your packed lunch.
- Ski trails and a track with artificial snow for cross-country skiing are sited up on the mountain plateau at Mösseberg. You can get there by car via Scheelegatan.
- There is a barbecue area beside Café Snöflingan.
- Unfortunately we are unable to offer ski school activities at present.
- In the event of lost equipment, please e-mail: email@example.com
- Please note that walking on the pistes is not permitted!
- Helmets must be worn at all times on the slopes.
Mössebergsbacken offers the following slopes: Family slope (Familjebacken), Central slope (Mittlöpan), Slalom slope (Slalombacken) and Technical slope (Teknikbacken). There are also 4 lifts and a short practice slope/nursery slope with no lift. The resort also has a ski hut, café and ski hire shop.
Ski hire at Mössebergsbacken
Ski equipment hire at Mössebergsbacken is operated by Falköping Alpin. You can find prices and more information here: www.falkopingalpin.com Länk till annan webbplats.
Food, refreshments and ski huts
If you need to refuel during your action-packed day on the slopes, you can buy delicious refreshments at Café Snöflingan and take the opportunity to warm up for a while. You can enjoy your own packed lunch in the ski hut, which also offers a microwave for heating your food.
Café Snöflingan is open whenever the slopes are open and is run by the FAIK Slalom association.
Falköping itself offers a wide range of cafés and restaurants. Tips for places to eat can be found here! Länk till annan webbplats.
On the mountain plateau around 200 metres from the slopes is Mössebergs Camping & Stugby. You can stay here all year round in great self-catering cottages or on the campsite in your own caravan or campervan. It boasts fantastic views over the town and the surrounding countryside. The campsite & holiday village offers two different sizes of cottage, sleeping 4 or 8. Some of the cottages have a sauna.
To book a cottage: www.mossebergscamping.se
Hotel, spa resort, youth hostel or B&B. You can find accommodation options in Falköping here! Länk till annan webbplats.
Parking is available right next to the slopes and is free.
Falköping has good rail connections with Gothenburg, Jönköping and Stockholm. To get to the slopes by bus from the travel centre, take service no. 2 to the Bestorp stop. From the bus stop, it’s a walk of around 400 metres to the slopes.
See and do in Falköping
Falköping offers a variety of wonderful nature experiences and winter activities for the whole family. Mösseberg recreation area has one of the best ski resorts in West Sweden and also offers good cross-country skiing trails. Choose between the artificial snow trail, which is up to 2,5 kilometres long, and one of the natural snow trails which are prepared when the weather permits. Falköping also boasts charming cafés and restaurants serving local produce, attractive shops, fun activities, picturesque hiking trails and fascinating historical sights.
At the heart of Plantisparken in Falköping you will find Falbygdens museum. Here you can discover the fascinating stories of Scandinavia’s oldest domestic dog, the young Raspberry Girl sacrificed in a bog and the tale of the gold collar from Ålleberg. Falbygdens Osteria stocks over 150 different kinds of cheese and other delicatessen products, and its restaurant serves a cheese buffet and other refreshments. The town centre has a host of attractive shops, cafés and restaurants offering excellent service. At Odenbadet you can whiz down the water slide, enjoy the whirlpool or float on an inflatable in the heated pool.
Find your own favourites from an array of museums, visitor attractions, activities and hiking trails in Falköping at: www.falkoping.se/tourism Länk till annan webbplats.