Welcome to Kvitfjell!
The World Cup in Kvitfjell is much more than a ski race.
It is time for the small and big party, and the program is tight both day and evening. The whole destination is involved. And in these days, opening hours are extended in the facility, and the facility is open for skiing.
This season has shown that we have a lot to enjoy. The runners come to Kvitfjell right after the Olympics, so it will be possible to pay tribute to the Olympic medalists. Norway has a strong team with Kjetil Jansrud, Aksel Lund Svindal and Alexander Aamodt Kilde.There is a possibility that Norway can win the first, second and third place.
Tickets here: http://worldcup.kvitfjell.no/
The program for 2018 looks like this:
- Saturday, 10 March. Downhill men starting at 11.00
- Sunday, March 11, Super-G men starting at 10.30
See complete program at worldcup.kvitfjell.no/program- english
Take the bus to the World Cup Kvitfjell - NOK 50, -
(Payable in cash or with Vipps)
Saturday 10 March // Departure from Lillehammer Skysstasjon 09:00, Hafjell Alpinsenter 09:15, Scandic Hafjell 09:20
Return from Kvitfjell 16:00
More information here
25 years with the World Cup
This year it is 25 years since the very first World Cup in the alpine were arranged. And many times Kvitfjell has stepped in as an organizer of canceled runnings. In many ways, Kvitfjell has been a guarantor for the execution of the run. For a number of years Kvitfjell has had the status of a classic.
Kvitfjell is much more than just a ski race, where there are lots of activities and entertainment for four days. The whole destination is involved. And in these days, opening hours are extended in the facility, and the facility is open for skiing.
- Last Updated: 09/29/2018
- Source: Visit Lillehammer
Sat, March 2, 2019
Sun, March 3, 2019
World Cup Kvitfjell
- March 2, 2019 - March 3, 2019
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