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Alpine skiing in Sirdal

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Sirdal is a traditional ski resort, located in the south west of Norway. It`s altitude (500-1400 meters) combined with modern snowgun systems makes it a reliable ski resort. Normally all skifields are open by Christmas.

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Each ski field has modern snow cannons, ensuring good conditions in the groomed trails right up to the end of April.

There are a variety of terrains to make skiing more interesting and challenging for those that want it. This includes rails, pipes, jumps and boardercross trails and floodlit slopes which provide the opportunity night skiing. For the children you will find several designated ski areas with smaller obstacles and free ski lifts (magic carpets, pulleys and plate covers).

Sirdal Ski Rental rents skis, snowboards, snow blades, cross-country as well as childrens sleds and snowshoes.

There are cafes situated on the slopes offering food and hot drinks just to make sure you have that extra energy to stay out skiing a little longer. Then once your skiing day has finished you can end the day with drinks at one of our apres-ski bars.

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  • Skiing Skiing
  • Sports Sports

Facilities

  • Winter sports

    • prepared trails/runs
    • alpine
    • blue run/easy
    • children's lift
    • advanced alpine trails/runs
    • prepared trails
    • red run/intermediate
    • black run/difficult
    • ski lift
    • ski school
    • snowboarding
    • ski games
    • slalom
    • heated room
    • floodlighting
    • green run/beginners
    • ski
    • snow canon
    • chair lift
    • summit tour
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Alpine skiing in Sirdal

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Each ski field has modern snow cannons, ensuring good conditions in the groomed trails right up to the end of April. There are a variety of terrains...

Alpine skiing in Sirdal

Source: Visitnorway

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