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Lofoten Snowboard & Alpine Center

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The Lofoten Snowboard & Alpine Center has 1700 meters down hill terrain. Welcome to enjoy the Lofoten-snow in beautiful surroundings!

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Safety is important when snowboarding or down hill skiing. Every season the facilities are approved by The Norwegian Veritas (DNV) and people working her always carry the required certificates for their work.

Snowboarders and skis must always use required safety equipment. Helmet is required on children under 16 years. It is possible to borrow (for free) a helmet in the cabin before entering the skiing facilities.

The hill has 1700 meters down hill terrain. The lift brings you 1100 meters, within 6 minutes. Capasity: 900 persons per hour. Down Hill run is set up every day, and if it's enough snow - we even have snowboard- & cross country ski areas.
All with lights

Big cafè

Opening hours and prices, and information on snow conditions - please see: www.lofotenalpinsenter.com
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Lofoten Snowboard & Alpine Center

Lofoten Snowboard & Alpine Center

Safety is important when snowboarding or down hill skiing. Every season the facilities are approved by The Norwegian Veritas (DNV) and people working...

Lofoten Snowboard & Alpine Center

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