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Alpine skiing in Hallingdal

There are several alpine ski centres in the Hallingdal area.

The Winterland card – More than 135 runs on one lift pass.

The Winterland card is a combined lift pass for Nesbyen, Gol, Ål, Hallingskarvet, Geilo and Hemsedal. The card gives you access to more than 135 alpine runs in 8 different ski centres, all within reasonable distance of your holiday base in Hallingdal. You can buy the Winterland card in the ski centres.

Nesbyen Alpine Centre

Nesbyen Alpine Centre lies 13 km from Nesbyen. Top station at 1,110 metres above sea level and runs of varying degrees of difficulty, protected children’s area, varied forest trails and terrain park. Cosy services centre with restaurant and entertainment programme.

Facts about Nesbyen alpine centre

  • Valley station 760 metres above sea level
  • Top station 1,110 metres above sea level
  • Ski lifts: 5
  • Longest lift
  • Alpine runs: 2.2 km
  • 11 runs
  • Terrain park
  • Snow cannons
  • Floodlighting on Rodegård run , Tverrli run and children’s slope
  • Children’s area
  • Ski hire
  • Cafe
  • Season November to April
  • Cross country trails from top: about 1 km

Ranten ski tow, Nesbyen and Nystølkroken ski tows in Nesbyen:
See nesbyen.no for more info. 

Gol ski centre

Gol ski centre offers ski opportunities on the sunny side of Gol. Ideal for those wishing to combine a run on the slalom slope with shopping and swimming at Tropicana Water Park. With its own children’s area, 400 metre height difference, terrain park with 4 rails and 3 jumps of varying difficulty, Gol ski centre has opportunities for the whole family.

Facts about Gol ski centre

  • Valley station 450 metres above sea level
  • Top station 850 metres above sea level
  • Ski lifts: 3
  • Longest lift: 1,600 metres
  • Alpine runs: 5 km
  • 6 runs, longest: 2 km
  • Terrain park
  • Snow cannons
  • Floodlights (1,000 m)
  • Children’s area
  • Ski hire
  • Cafe
  • Season November to April

Storefjell Ski and Toboggan Centre

  • Valley station 1,020 metres above sea level
  • Top station 1,140 metres above sea level
  • Ski lifts: 1
  • Toboggan hill
  • Alpine runs: 850 m
  • Floodlights
  • Ski play area
  • Lounge
  • Season November to April (weekends, plus public and Easter holidays).

Oset Ski Centre

  • Valley station 920 metres above sea level
  • Top station 1,090 metres above sea level
  • Ski lifts: 1
  • Alpine runs: 3
  • Longest run: 850 m
  • Season November to April (weekends, plus public and Easter holidays)

Ål ski centre

Ål Ski Centre, 7 km from the centre of Ål, has good children’s and family areas, jib park and runs of all degrees of difficulty. The Svarteberg run is counted among Norway’s best slalom slopes, and has often been visited by the national men’s and women’s teams.

Facts about Ål ski centre

  • Valley station 570 metres above sea level
  • Top station 1,042 metres above sea level
  • Height difference: 472 m
  • Ski lifts: 6 + tow
  • Longest lift: 1,400 m
  • Alpine runs: about 15 km
  • 14 runs, longest 3 km
  • Snow cannons
  • Floodlit in lower half as well as family run
  • Bobland
  • Ski school
  • Ski hire
  • Inn
  • Season November to April

Skarslia Ski and Toboggan Centre, Ål

Located in Bergsjø area about 23 km from the centre of Ål. The complex consists of three alpine runs and two separate runs for toboggans.

Facts about Skarslia

  • Bottom station 900 metres above sea level
  • Height difference: 210 m
  • Ski/toboggan lift: 900 m
  • Children’s lift: 200 m
  • Alpine run: 1,100 m
  • Toboggan runs: 1,200 m and 1,500 m
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Last updated:  2012-08-06
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Hallingdal, Norway - Photo: Visit Hallingdal

Alpine skiing in Hallingdal

There are several alpine ski centres in the Hallingdal area.

Alpine skiing in Hallingdal

Source: Visitnorway

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