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The total of seven kilometers prepared slopes makes the family resort in Hurdal the largest ski resort in Akershus.
The Hurdal Skisenter full of traditions for families, is ideal for a day trip for the whole family.
We have three terrain parks which makes it attractive for everyone. Visitors who experience a safe and healthy environment express their appreciation.
Night skiing with three floodlit slopes.
Joyful skiing is closer than you think.
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Hurdal Skisenter

The total of seven kilometers prepared slopes makes the family resort in Hurdal the largest ski resort in Akershus. The Hurdal Skisenter full of...

Hurdal Skisenter

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