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Tjørhomfjellet is the newest ski resort in Sirdal with a 4 seater express chairlift a platterlift and a beginners rope tow.

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In Huldreheimen there is a free ski area for children, toboggan runs, ski rental, a kiosk, and a tipi tent where kids can enjoy a cup of hot chocolate. Next to the chair lift is the ‘Ice Palace’ a gathering point with hot food and drinks for sale and after ski in the afternoon/evening.

Huldreheimen has been reorganised and the slope has been extended. There is a separate area for snowboarding and a boardercross course. In addition, Tjørhomfjellet have made a cross-country track from the parking lot by Beinesvatnet towards Ålsheia.

Opening times, season 2013/14:

Mon-Sun: 9:30am - 4pm

Open all week in the winter hollyday (week 7) and easter break

Prices ski passes (adults / children 7-13 years)
Day pass: 320/240 kr
2 days: 580/450 kr
3-hours: 260 / 200 kr
Season ticket: 3950/2950 kr

Providing the use of helmet, children under 7 ski for free.

Everyone must have a keycard at 80 Kr, - (40 kr, - refundable upon returning the keycard).

Group discounts of 20% given (at least 20 people, booked in advance).

School classes are priced:

Ski rental (adults / children)
1 day: 300/200
2 days: 500/350
3 days: 550/400
4 days: 650/470
5 days: 700/500
6 days: 750/550

Visit www.tjorhomfjellet.no


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  • Winter sports

    • ski school
    • advanced alpine trails/runs
    • snow canon
    • off piste
    • snowboarding
    • chair lift
    • heated room
    • blue run/easy
    • ski games
    • alpine
    • green run/beginners
    • red run/intermediate
    • floodlighting
    • children's lift
    • black run/difficult
    • ski
    • ski lift

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In Huldreheimen there is a free ski area for children, toboggan runs, ski rental, a kiosk, and a tipi tent where kids can enjoy a cup of hot chocolate....


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