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Skeikampen Photo: Skeikampen Resort
Skeikampen Photo: Skeikampen Resort

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Trails lead through a diverse and breathtaking scenery, and are designed to cater for all skill levels and weather conditions. On clear, sunny days skiers can enjoy miles and miles of trails above the tree-line, leading through a slightly hilly terrain. If shelter is required, the forest trails are ideal. The area offers trails groomed for freestyle as well as classic skiing.
Skeikampen is also linked to the World of Peer Gynt network. As a result, skiing enthusiasts can enjoy over 1,000 km of machine-groomed trails. The network is also connected to Kvitfjell, Gålå, Fefor and Espedalen, and to trails leading down to the village in Gausdal. Skeikampen offers excellent ski hire facilities.


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Trails lead through a diverse and breathtaking scenery, and are designed to cater for all skill levels and weather conditions. On clear, sunny days...


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