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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.
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.
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.
Skeikampen Alpine Centre offers 11 lifts (incl. 2 magic carpets) and 21 slopes totaling 21 kilometers, with an altitude difference of 350 meters.
Skeikampen Alpine Centre is open for night skiing on Tuesday and Thursday from 17.30 to 20.00.
Frisbeegolf is played like regular golf, but instead of balls and clubs you use a frisbee.
Hafjell Alpine Centre is the 3. biggest resort in Norway, but is the choice nr 1 for those who prefer twin tip skis or snowboards. The resort can also bost the most extensive flood light system in Norway, lighting 7 km of runs and prolongs the skiday 3 nights a week.
An excellent 9-hole park/forest course with large greens and a range of challenging hazards.
To Sjusjøen through the woods - the trail to choose when low visibility and bad weather. Double track also prepared for ski skating between Sjusjøen and Nordseter. The distance is 5,9 km (one way( and it's also a good alternative for snow shoeing.
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.
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