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Oslo Winterpark

Oslo Winterpark

“ Ok folks, I'm biased, This is my home area and where I work ( if you can call being payed for what you love to do work ).   Just a few minutes past the Holmenkollen skijump, biathlon and nordic skiing arena, host of the 2011 nordic ski world championships, you find Oslo Winterpark/Tryvann', a very accessible area for anybody in Oslo. During the weekdays you will have the slopes...” --madMads

100% Positive Reviews
Gaustablikk

Gaustablikk

“ Gaustablikk offers very good offpist skiing; when the conditions are right, with plenty of snow, you are able to ski through the trees all the way down to Rjukan in steep/very steep terrain. The resort has seen heavy investments the last years, and they plan for further expansion in the near future ( Plenty of virgin terrain ). Some of the slopes are a bit on the narrow side and can be...” --madMads

100% Positive Reviews
Røldal

Røldal

Røldal is a small township in western Norway, in the middle ages a popular pilgrimage destination as the cross in Røldal stave church reputedly held healing powers. Today the pilgimage is because Røldal is known to have some of the deepest snow in Europe, freeriders from all over Europe travel here. The skiresort has one chairlift that takes you up to 1000 m height, where...

Lillehammer - Kvitfjell

Lillehammer - Kvitfjell

Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics. Since then, it has become one of the best and most modern ski resorts in Northern Europe. Kvitfjell is located just 2.5 - 3 hours north of the Oslo Airport, along the main railway and highway. With Scandinavia's most challenging downhill, the country's best-groomed slopes and a family-friendly area on the Westside, VG, a major...

Lillehammer - Hafjell

Lillehammer - Hafjell

“All roads lead to Rome” – not quite so with Hafjell, though it is very easy to get here. Hafjell is located in Oppland county, only 160 km from Oslo Airport. Two main arteries within transportation are passing right outside the lift system; the highway E6 and the railway. At the Hafjell Alpine Centre, skiers can have a blast skiing down more than 40 kilometers of slopes...

Varingskollen skisenter

Varingskollen skisenter

30 km from Oslo by car on RV 4 or take the train from Oslo central station, Gjøvikbanen to Varingskollen station - 100 meters from the slopes.

Stryn

Stryn

What about a skiing holiday in the middle of summer? Towering mountains and Nordic climate makes skiing possible almost all year. Stryn Summer Ski Centre is the most renowned summer ski resort in northern Europe, with excellent conditions. At the 100-year-old national tourist route, Old Strynefjellsvegen (RV 258), is northern Europe's best summer resorts; Stryn Summer Ski. Here skiing...

Narvik

Narvik

Narvik is located in Northern-Norway, the "land of the midnight sun", and is renowned for having the largest drop in Scandinavia, as well as the best offpiste conditions. The starting point for everyone who comes to Narvik to ski is Fagernesfjellet. The skiing area starts near the village at 200m, and the ski lifts take you up to 1000m in 10-15 minutes. The spectacular view from the...

Gol

Gol

Whether you yearn for the view of snow-covered mountains or the challenge of alpine activities, Gol provides all this and more. With 6 runs, 3 ski lifts, a designated children’s area, a snowboard terrain and an excellent network of cross-country tracks, Gol ski resort is a natural choice for the whole family. Gol, also called Golsfjellet, offers more than 200 km of prepared trails for...