Lttle lakeside town with slopes 15km north at Hafjell (230m). This is a worthwhile little area with a vertical of 830m. The downhill and super-G races went to Kvitfjell, about 35km further north, developed specially for the purpose. It's steeper but smaller - 18km of pistes. Hafjell's slopes are varied, with some challenging reds and long blues through the trees. There is an 'excellent' terrain park and night-skiing is popular. The ski school is highly praised in 2008: 'The quality of instruction and fun were the best I've experienced.' Facilities for children are good, with a new snow garden and child care centre. The resort has a couple of bars and restaurants - Woody's bar and Peppi's pizza are recommended.

Contact Details

  • Tourist office: +47 6128 9800

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Ski Club Freshtracks Holiday

Lillehammer Long Weekend
From 01/03/2018 To 05/03/2018
The combination of great skiing, exciting challenges, delicious food and the nearby city of Lillehammer, is probably what’s made Hafjell Resort one of Scandinavia's most popular places to go skiing. However, you rarely get the feeling of crowded slopes here.

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