Telemark is a versatile destination for skiing enthusiasts. Get the Telemark SuperSki lift pass and zigzag your way through the region's eight skiing resorts in Rauland, Vrådal, Gausta, Haukelifjell, Lifjell and Gautefall.
Put on your alpine boots and check out Telemark’s varied ski terrain. Here you’ll find everything from gentle children’s slopes for the careful skier to steep black runs for the more experienced. The daredevils can enjoy award-winning terrain parks and excellent off-piste challenges.
If you want to go cross-country skiing, 460 kilometres of groomed tracks are waiting for you. And best of all: You can combine all of these things with Telemark Super Ski, the lift pass that gets you into eight different ski resorts in the region and gives you access to no less than 123 pistes and 54 lifts.
The train stops at several stations in Telemark on its way from Oslo to Kristiansand.
The E18 runs through the southern part of Telemark when you drive between Oslo and Kristiansand or Stavanger, whilst the E134 goes through the middle/upper parts of the county to Hardanger and Haugesund.
Telemark is only a short distance from the gateways of Oslo, Kristiansand, Larvik, Sandefjord and Langesund, which have daily ferry connections to different European destinations. Find more information about travelling by boat.
A number of local buses will take you around all of Telemark county. Find timetables and prices on Farte.no.
Inland boats traffic the Telemark Canal all summer.
The nearest airport with international flight connections is Torp Sandefjord Airport. Check out Telemark’s official website for more information.
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.