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Our responsibility for the environment

Sustainability is a natural part of us, our company and our business concept.

In our sustainability work, we work with our impact on our entire environment.

As early as 2001, the Branäs Group switched to fossil-free electricity from renewable sources. Since then, we have taken many steps forward, but we see it as a continuous journey and are always looking for the next exciting step.


Within the Branäs Group, we always have a sustainability perspective when we design and develop our facilities. It all started with the expansion in Branäs where we realized the importance of accommodation that is ski in - ski out. Not using the car on vacation is not only relaxing and economical but also sustainable.
Tankesättet med alla servicefunktioner på gång/skidavstånd har vi sedan tagit med oss till Kungsberget och Vallåsen.
Due to our size, we can make investments that would not have been financially sustainable at our smaller facilities.

This season, we are investing heavily throughout the Group in becoming more environmentally friendly. Today we have the majority of our meetings via digital meeting places and only use flights when there are no other alternatives. The whole group of course has a collective agreement and we have zero tolerance for bullying and discrimination.


Our ambition is to offer varied skiing over large areas. We offer 5170m groomed slopes and a total towing area of 200,000 m2. With a maximum drop of 145m and the longest descent of 1260m, Vallåsen offers red, green and blue slopes.

We are very proud of our lift system. With two chairlifts, of which one express lift and three trailer lifts, Vallåsen has a capacity of 7,200 people / hour. The lifting capacity is well matched with the space on the slopes, ie it should never be too crowded on the slopes.

Vallåsen tillhör Branäsgruppen, Sveriges största privatägda skidanläggningsföretag. I gruppen ingår Branäs och Kungsberget.

Read more about Vallåsen in Åka Skidor's large Vallåsen report here.