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Beito Alpine Center - Raudalen

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Situated on the west side of the valley, 6km from Beitostølen town centre, the Alpine Centre offers untouched mountains making it an excellent spot for off-piste skiing.

The Alpine Centre offers more challenging slopes (red and black FIS-approved), mogul skiing and ice climbing. You only need one ski pass for both ski centres, and the ski bus will quickly take you from one place to the other. There is also a free carpark if you chose to travel by car.

The Alpine Centre is often used for different skiing competitions – such as the World Championship in Telemark skiing.

If you need a rest, the Alpine Centre has a warm cabin where you can buy waffles, hot chocolate and other refreshments.


  • Sports Sports
  • Skiing Skiing


  • Activities

    • tobogganing
  • Ski hire

    • cross-country/children
    • children's ski equipment
    • alpine skiing equipment/children
    • cross-country/adults
    • Telemark equipment/adults
    • alpine skiing equipment/adults
    • ski equipment
    • snowboarding equipment
    • Telemark equipment/children
  • Winter sports

    • ski school
    • half-pipe snowboard
    • heated room
    • blue run/easy
    • ski games
    • alpine
    • green run/beginners
    • lighted track
    • red run/intermediate
    • floodlighting
    • tobogganing
    • children's lift
    • après ski
    • cross-country skiing
  • Food and drinks

    • pizza
    • bistro
    • children's menu

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Beito Alpine Center - Raudalen

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Situated on the west side of the valley, 6km from Beitostølen town centre, the Alpine Centre offers untouched mountains making it an excellent spot for...

Beito Alpine Center - Raudalen

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