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With the very edge of the mountains as starting point, visitors have every opportunity to experience cross-country skiing at its best.
If you are in good physical condition, you should test your stamina along the Olympic 50 km cross-country trail. This was where Vladimir Smirnoff famously beat Bjørn Dæhli to the gold medal. The courses used during the Lillehammer Winter Olympics are considered the most challenging in the world.
Cross-country ski trail usually prepared around Christmas. This roundtrip connects Sjusjøen and Nordseter, and offers the opportunity to return to Nordseter via the forest trail.
With Skeikampen as starting point, the trail follows the Peer Gynt route to Fagerhøi. The trail is prepared as soon as the snow arrives, and is ideal for the less experienced skier.
A blue trail where skiers can enjoy a varied and hilly terrain up to Kyrakampen with its breathtaking views to the southern areas and back towards Skei.
Trails lead through a diverse and breathtaking scenery, and are designed to cater for all skill levels and weather conditions.
Ideal trip for skiers enjoying gentle terrain and shelter from the wind. A slightly hilly route along the ridge around Trisnippsetra and on to Vesleseter and Austlid Fjellstue.
This roundtrip is one of the best skiing experiences at Skeikampen. When the weather is good, climb to the highest point and enjoy some gentle downhill skiing back to Skei.
Set in a spectacular scenery and in close proximity to Rondane National Park, Kvamsfjellet can offer machine-groomed trails which connect to the trail network leading towards Høvringen in the north and Venabygdsfjellet in the south.
Skeikampen has a separate children's area tailor-made to allow the children to gambol about to their heart's delight, all the time within a safe environment.