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Furedalen Alpin Photo: Kvam Fjellheisar Furedalen Alpin Photo: Frank Tangen/ Kvam herad Furedalen Alpin Photo: Frank Tangen/ Kvam herad Furedalen Alpin Photo: Furedalen Alpin
Furedalen Alpin Photo: Kvam Fjellheisar
Furedalen Alpin Photo: Frank Tangen/ Kvam herad
Furedalen Alpin Photo: Frank Tangen/ Kvam herad
Furedalen Alpin Photo: Furedalen Alpin

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Furedalen offers 2 large ski tows, each 950 metres, and a supervised children’s ski tow in a protected area. Total capacity is 3050 people per hour. There are 6 alpine slopes which provide a total length of 7.7 km and different levels of difficulty, and there are 205 metres from the top to the large ski tows. The highest altitude at which you can ski is 575 metres above sea level. There is a flood lit slope on the left hand side. In addition to alpine, you can enjoy snowboarding and telemark skiing. For the children there is a toboggan run. There is a Ski Pub and a ski lounge where you can warm up when the alpine slopes in Furedalen are open. You can hire skis – both alpine and telemark, as well as snowboards. Ski school for children and adults during the weekends and holidays, with a total of 8 experienced ski instructors. You'll find ample parking facilities by the main road. We have 20 snow canons to provide snow in the ski tow areas on both right and left slopes.

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

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • parking
    • café
  • Season

    • winter
  • Winter sports

    • lighted track
    • children's lift
    • prepared trails
    • ski lift
    • ski school
    • floodlighting
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Furedalen Alpin

Furedalen offers 2 large ski tows, each 950 metres, and a supervised children’s ski tow in a protected area. Total capacity is 3050 people per hour....

Furedalen Alpin

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