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Sjusjøen

Sjusjøen Photo: Jørgen Skaug
Sjusjøen Photo: Jørgen Skaug
Sjusjøen's trails border the trail network in the Nordseter, Øyer, Hafjell, Lillehammer, Åstadalen, Rena and Hamar region. In total, over 2,500 km of tracks are available.

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Sjusjøen's trails border the trail network in the Nordseter, Øyer, Hafjell, Lillehammer, Åstadalen, Rena and Hamar region. In total, over 2,500 km of tracks are available.
Sjusjøen is known as an eldorado for skiing enthusiasts, and is ideal for hard workouts as well as more recreational trips. The Birkebeiner Trail weaves its way through the area. Sjusjøen comprises two cross-country ski arenas suitable for competitions at an international level - Sjusjøen Langrennsarena and Sjusjøen-Natrudstilen Langrennsarena.
Sjusjøen-Natrudstilen plays host to the world's elite early in the season, and is used as a training camp as well as for competitions.
Artificial snow is used, and the season starts at the end of October.

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Sjusjøen - Photo: Jørgen Skaug

Sjusjøen

Sjusjøen's trails border the trail network in the Nordseter, Øyer, Hafjell, Lillehammer, Åstadalen, Rena and Hamar region. In total, over 2,500 km of t...

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