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The Saurdal ski and recreation arena

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To get to this arena drive approx. 8 km in the direction of Høyanger. When you see a signpost marked Saurdal, turn right and follow a narrow forest road up the valley, about 7 km. At the end of the road there is a car park, and 200m further up is the Saurdal ski lodge. This is an ideal starting point for hikes and ski trips.

At this altitude (approx 600m) the snow conditions are usually fine from December to April. Here you find:

•10 km of well-groomed ski tracks in an open mountain forest terrain. Fine starting points for going higher up in the mountains.
•A 200m long ski lift for children, slopes for beginners and more advanced skiers, and floodlights.
•Open ski lodge, self-service, primitive accommodation for up to 20 persons.
Please contact the Balestrand tourist information for further information.

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The Saurdal ski and recreation arena

The Saurdal ski and recreation arena

To get to this arena drive approx. 8 km in the direction of Høyanger. When you see a signpost marked Saurdal, turn right and follow a narrow forest...

The Saurdal ski and recreation arena

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