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1350 square metres of pool area where you can exercise, jump in, dive, enjoy a sauna or simply relax in the Jacuzzi while the kids have fun on the water slide or the climbing wall. When you get hungry, you can have a bite to eat in the cafe.
This activity gives you a real adrenalin rush. Airboard is a kind of
madress filled with air. With your head first you will ride down the outrun
Trip to Hornsjø and back. An excellent trail which is prepared as soon as the snow arrives. Hot drinks and lunch are available at Hornsjø Høyfjellshotell. Ideal for skiers with some experience.
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.
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.
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.
Håkons Hall Sports Centre offers 2 handball courts, 6 volleyball courts and 8 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, a weight room, 370m running track, a...
The Inga-Låmi route starts at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium and runs in the opposite direction of the Birkebeiner route.
The Birkebeiner Trail runs from Rena to Lillehammer and is 54 km long.
The Sjusjøen roundtrip is ideal for young families and first-time skiers. A mainly flat and well-prepared cross-country ski trail with a few gentle downhill sections.