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Vingnesvika ice skating track is suitable for all, and welcomes schoolchildren and recreational exercisers as well as tourists.
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.
A perfect place to learn downhill skiing or snowboarding for the very first time.
Nordseter Fjellpark Servicecentre has more than 30 years of experience learning people downhill skiing. Our experienced instructors adapt the teaching to your level and help you to master skiing!
The Birkebeiner Trail runs from Rena to Lillehammer and is 54 km long.
The Inga-Låmi route starts at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium and runs in the opposite direction of the Birkebeiner route.
Moderate (some difficult sections)
“Mjølkevegen” (the old milk route) was voted the third nicest cycling route in Norway in 2009....
Håkons Hall Sports Centre offers 2 handball courts, 6 volleyball courts and 8 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, a weight room, 370m running track, an aerobics hall and 11 changing rooms.
This is really exciting! Huge area with a lot of possibilities for climbing and rappelling.
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....