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Svingvoll

Night Skiing Skeikampen Alpine centre

Skeikampen Alpine Centre is open for night skiing on Tuesday and Thursday from 17.30 to 20.00.

Svingvoll

Skeikampen Skating rink

Just next to Thon Hotel Skeikampen lies a great flood lighted skating rink.

Lillehammer

Tobogganing

Tobogganing is not an Olympic sport, but has become one of Lillehammer’s most popular activities. Attach your toboggan directly to the lift, and enjoy being pulled to the top before you zoom down the groomed 1km track. The toboggans are equipped with brakes, and you decide the speed.

Gålå

Climbing Fagerhøy

An exciting activity for large and small. The climb takes place on an approx. 10 m high wall and security is of course a top priority.

Øyer

Hafjell Ski Resort

In Hafjell you can enjoy both great skiing conditions and have a pleasant skiing experience with your family.

Lillehammer

Airboard

This activity gives you a real adrenalin rush. Airboard is a kind of madress filled with air.

Lillehammer

Vingnesvika ice skating track

Vingnesvika ice skating track is suitable for all, and welcomes schoolchildren and recreational exercisers as well as tourists.

Lillehammer

Natrudstilen-Sjusjøen (17,8 km)

Ski trail prepared as soon as the snow arrives, and which connects the cross-country skiing facilities at Natrudstilen and Sjusjøen. The route is ideal for novice skiers, and is highly popular throughout the winter season. Both Sjusjøen and Natrudstilen can be used as starting point, and a roundtrip is possible as the trail form part of a network.

Brøttum

Professional ski instructor and guide

Once you understand the basic technique of cross-country skiing, it is largely a question of practice. Having said that, the first lesson is all important. There are some things you need to know that are hard to work out by trial and error. You really need a good teacher because even experienced skiers often can't explain what they are doing....
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