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Saudasjøen

Sauda Ski Center

Sauda Ski Centre in Ryfylke is situated approx. 8 km from Sauda town centre. With five ski lifts, it is one of the largest ski centres in Southwester...

Jaren

Øståsen Skiløyper

Øståsen Skiløyper was founded in 1986 and is a collaboration between 8 teams / clubs. The model Øståsen Skiløyper are built for a unique country conte...

Jaren

Lygna Skisenter

Some students can practice freely in the plant, but we'll have a parking fee per. running at NOK 50, -- NB! Shooting range must be booked in advance....

Lesjaverk

The old Kings' Road ski trail

Start from Lesjaverk church. Skiing eastwards along the old Kings’ Road, turn back at the end of the trail (approx 4.5 km each way). This is an easy tr...

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....

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....

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...

Lesjaskog

Ljosløypa (2,0 km)

This loop, which is floodlit in the evenings, runs parallel to the local road starting from the Lesjaskog school. Wonderful ski play area near the tra...

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...

Lora

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra is a starting point for numerous moun- tain routes in Lordalen. Lordalsvegen is normally cleared of snow for the Easter holiday...
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