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Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal

Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal Photo: Tide Reiser
Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal Photo: Tide Reiser

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The Tide Ski Bus takes you from Stavanger to Sirdal and the Ski resorts at Hunnedalen, Tjørhomfjellet, Ålsheia, Sirdal Høyfjellshotel, Fidjeland og Ådneram.

The prices are for the roundtrips the same day, and one way per trip. Same price for adults and children
Roundtrip ticket: 250,- (200,- wednesdays and fridays)
Roundtrip including daypass for skiing: 500,- (400,- wednesdays and fridays
One way ticket: 200,-

Travel itinerary here.
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250 NOK per person

Categories

  • Sports Sports
  • Winter without skis Winter without skis
  • Skiing Skiing

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • transportation
  • Winter sports

    • slalom
    • snowboarding
    • alpine
    • ski lift
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Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal - Photo: Tide Reiser

Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal

The Tide Ski Bus takes you from Stavanger to Sirdal and the Ski resorts at Hunnedalen, Tjørhomfjellet, Ålsheia, Sirdal Høyfjellshotel, Fidjeland og...

Snøbussen Ski bus to Sirdal

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