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Ål

Skitracks Øvre-Ål/ Kvinnegardslia Ål in Hallingdal

The area between Kvinnegardslia, Ål ski centre and Bergsjø has great ski tracks in forest and mountain terrain. If you want to reach the mountains quic...

Ål

Skitracks Veståsen Ål in Hallingdal

Veståsen means 'west hill'; however it is also known as Sundreåsen (south hill), geographically more accurate as it lies to the south. Watch cross cou...

Fåvang

Kvitfjell Ski School

Improve your skiing skills at Kvitfjell Ski School and get a whole new skiing experience.

Svingvoll

Night Skiing Skeikampen Alpine centre

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

Bjorli

Bakkeløypa (8 km)

This route starts from Bjorli station or Trollhaugen Skiarena. As soon as the snow arrives, this ski trail will be groo- med....

Lesjaverk

Gruvliløypa (7 km)

Taking the road to Søristua just west of Coop Marked at Lesjaverk, drive past Søristua and park. This undulating trail goes to the Brandli farm at Le...

Bjorli

Einbuløypa (16 km)

This circular trail runs just below the timberline on the sunny side of the valley between Bjorli and Lesjaskog. Although somewhat steep the first 3.5...

Bjorli

Morkenløypa (8 km)

This popular loop through the forest is the easiest trail to ski. It crosses mostly flat woodland terrain. This trail, which starts and ends at the Bjo...

Bjorli

Nystuguberget (8 km)

This undulating circular trail through varied terrain, which is easy to ski, is best skied clockwise. From Nystuguberget, where the track turns back, y...

Bjorli

The very top of the ski-lift

Starting point for a circular trail for mountain skiing. Well mar- ked trails but not regularly groomed because of the frequent prevailing winds....
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