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The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort

The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort Photo: Victor Emanuel Andrau
The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort Photo: Victor Emanuel Andrau
The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort Photo: Victor Emanuel Andrau
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The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort

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From one of northern Europes highest base areas, 800 m.a.s.l, six lifts transports you all the way to 1300 m.a.s.l. The entire resort is situated above treeline, offering you wide open areas for skiing and riding, as opposed to the narrow trails through woods. Due to our unique high-alpine environment, the number of prepared trails will vary, but normally around a dozen trails totaling 15 km are open.

Our lifts have a total capacity of 5680 persons per hour, and the transport time from base to summit is around 10 minutes.

Our season lasts from november/december until mid may. Average snowfall is 1100 cm (440 in.)

From week 7 until easter, we prepare Cross-country trails to Røldalssåto, 1422 m.a.s.l, ca 10 km one way. We will also prepare a shorter trail in the valley. Other prepared and flood-lit trails for X-C can be found downtown Røldal and at Seljestad, 5 miutes from the resort.



A climbing wall is located in the ski-rental area with routes ranging from 3 to 6 in degrees of difficulty. Use of the climbing wall is one’s own responsibility, and is free for everyone. (Open in conjunction with the ski centre’s opening times).




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The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort

From one of northern Europes highest base areas, 800 m.a.s.l, six lifts transports you all the way to 1300 m.a.s.l. The entire resort is situated...

The deepest snow in Europe - Røldal ski resort

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