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The power of powder

Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics. Since then, it has become one of the most modern ski resorts in Northern Europe.

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A girl skiing at Kvitfjell alpine resort
Skiing at Kvitfjell alpine resort.
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Kids having fun with Yeti Jøkuli
Yeti Jøkuli in Kvitfjell alpine resort.
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How to ski lessons for kids at Kvitfjell alpine resort
Ski school in Kvitfjell.
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A boy skiing at Kvitfjell alpine resort
Alpine skiing in Kvitfjell.
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Family skiing at Kvitfjell.
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Cabin life at Kvitfjell.
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Winter season in Kvitfjell

Kvitfjell is famous for the green, wide slopes where children and beginners can enjoy themselves, but also black slopes with Olympic standards.

Weather and conditions

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Getting here and around

Kvtfjell is located only 45 minutes from the Olympic town of Lillehammer and is easily accessible both by car and public transportation.

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Safety in the mountains

Norway is an incredible place to explore, with untamed mythical landscapes, mountains, valleys, and fjords. Before you enter the outdoors, get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian mountain code to help you stay safe.

  1. Plan your trip and inform others about the route you have selected.
  2. Adapt the planned routes according to ability and conditions.
  3. Pay attention to the weather and the avalanche warnings.
  4. Be prepared for bad weather and frost, even on short trips.
  5. Bring the necessary equipment so you can help yourself and others.
  6. Choose safe routes. Recognize avalanche terrain and unsafe ice.
  7. Use a map and a compass. Always know where you are.
  8. Don’t be ashamed to turn around.
  9. Conserve your energy and seek shelter if necessary.

Read the mountain code with supplementary comments.

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