Top 10 Snowboard Parks in Norway
Hemsedal, Geilo, Ål, Gol and Nesbyen together represent a comprehensive and concentrated ski region.
Top attractions in Oslo include Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, the Opera House, Holmenkollen Ski Jump and the Viking Ship Museum.
Skiing enthusiasts don't have to head to the mountains for a wintry holiday.
Oslo's unique location means almost unlimited opportunities for fun. Hike in the forest, swim in the fjord and go to a concert - all on the same day.
Hafjell is a large and complete alpine ski centre with a varied selection of runs. The centre is located 15 kilometres from Lillehammer.
Rauland offers three alpine ski resorts, 150 kilometers of cross-country tracks and fun winter activities such as tobogganing.
Norefjell, only a 90-minute drive from Oslo, is the high mountain area closest to the Norwegian capital. It also boasts Scandinavia's highest drop.
Family-friendly Trysil is one of the largest and most varied ski destinations in Norway, with 66 slopes and 31 lifts.
Geilo offers a selection of family-friendly slopes, some of which are floodlit at night. There are 341 miles of prepared cross-country trails.
Hemsedal is one of the top ski resorts in Northern Europe. Snow conditions are stable here, and the resort boasts 24 lifts and 52 slopes.
Several places in Ringerike have good snow conditions during the winter months. If you want to, you can go cross-country skiing all the way to Oslo.
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Lillehammer is one of the oldest winter sport destinations in Norway and offers excellent opportunities for alpine and cross-country skiing.