Isaberg - out in the snow
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It had been ages since I had been in the ski area Isaberg; which is one of the most southern ski areas for alpine skiing in Sweden. Last time I was here was when I realized that skies and me didn’t belong together; it was actually also the day when the Swedish prime minister Oluf Palme was murdered (March 1st 1986), which left the whole Swedish population in chock; actually the whole world because this was absolutely nothing that anyone could expect happen in Sweden.
Even though more than 20 years had gone the place looked like I remembered it; the restaurant area had improved significantly inside but otherwise not much had happen.
Isaberg is not more than 3 hours drive away from my home in Frederiksberg and my friend and I left at 6.30 am and drove into the parking at 9.30 exactly. A 2 hour lift card is 210 Swedish Krone or approximately 21 euro. The longer you take it the cheaper it is by the hour.
The weather was not the best; it was around 4 degrees warm and the rain was dripping but there were still a lot of people in the area. Many of these were Danes due to the near proximity to Denmark where we don’t have almost any possibility to ski