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Norway’s largest ski region

Telemark is a versatile destination for skiing enthusiasts. With Telemark Super Ski you can zigzag your way through eight different ski resorts with just one lift pass.

Rauland
Family skiing in Rauland.
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Skiing, Gaustablikk Skisenter
Skiing at Gaustablikk Ski Centre.
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Gautefall
Alpine skiing at Gautefall.
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Vrådal
Ski lift in Vrådal.
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Haukeli
Family skiing at Haukeli.
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Lifjell
Kids at Lifjell Ski Centre.
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Vierli
Ski jump at Vierli.
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Selected alpine destinations in Telemark

Skiing in Telemark
Gaustablikk is one of the first resorts to get snow in Norway. Situated by the foot of Gaustatoppen, just 2,5 hrs from Oslo! Read more
Gaustablikk Ski Center
Gaustabanen is a funicular railway, inside Gaustatoppen. This is a very unique touristattraction. No similiar railway is to be found in North-Europe! Read more
Gaustabanen
The ski resort Gautefall is one of Telemark's largest ski resort, located in central south Norway on Gautefallheia between Drangedal and… Read more
Gautefall Skisenter
Haukelfjell Ski Resort offers affordable, family fun in Telemarks magnificent mountain scenery. Read more
Haukelifjell Ski
Lifjell Ski Resort is centrally located in Telemark, only 1 hour away from Langesund and 2 hours away from Oslo. 2 ski lifts and 3 downhill alpine… Read more
Lifjell Ski Resort
Skiing in Rauland is great fun for the entire family! Rauland Ski Resort has 10 lifts serving the facility with over 20 km of trails for all ability… Read more
Rauland Ski Resort
Tough and challenging trails in mount Raulandsfjell - a perfect destination for wild off-piste. Raulandsfjell also offers slopes for children and… Read more
Raulandsfjell Mountain Ski Resort
Vierli is a skiing area within Rauland Ski Resort located at the top of Rauland with panoramic views of Hardangervidda. It has five ski lifts and 6575… Read more
Rauland Ski Resort / Vierli
Vradal Panorama Ski Center - summer and winter! Read more
Vrådal Panorama Ski Centre
Top destinations in Telemark
Enjoy an active holiday in the charming mountain village of Rauland by the foot of the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. Read more
Rauland
Vrådal is a small village in the midst of the county of Telemark and can tempt you with royal mountains, lush forests, and quiet lakes, not to… Read more
Vrådal
Rjukan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located close to the Hardangervidda National Park. The area is known for Gaustatoppen mountain peak and the… Read more
Rjukan
The charming little coastal town of Kragerø is set in beautiful surroundings with a fabulous cluster of islands just waiting for you… Read more
Kragerø
Home to Norway’s largest outdoor climbing park, the Telemark canal, and a wealth of interesting museums, Grenland offers a blend of cultural and… Read more
Grenland
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    Ski-in/ski-out from Gaustablikk Hotel

    The sixth largest ski resort in Norway offers 12 ski lifts and 32 slopes, where the longest slope is 3,500 metres from top to bottom. The resort is located at Gaustatoppen in Telemark, only 2.5 hours from Oslo and 15 minutes from Rjukan. Gaustablikk Ski Centre offers: snowpark, terrain park, children’s area with free children’s lift, ski rental, ski school, and good off-piste opportunities.

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    The highest mountain in Southern Norway

    Gaustabanen is a funicular railway built inside Mount Gaustatoppen. The line consists of a battery-powered carriage on rails which transports passengers approximately 860 metres horizontally into the mountain to a transfer station. From there a shuttle line takes you upwards for 1,040 metres to 1,800 metres above sea level. Around 30,000 people come here every year to enjoy the fantastic views.

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    Alpine opportunities for the whole family

    Lifjell Ski Resort is centrally located in Telemark, 1 hour from Langesund and 2 hours from Oslo. The resort consists of ski lifts and alpine slopes suitable for beginners and more advanced skiers alike. The slope “Winterland” is 300 metres long and perfect for children and novices. At Lifjell you will find jumps and rails for both the little ones and the more experienced.

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    From easy to advanced

    At Raulandsfjell Mountain Ski Resort you’ll find challenges for skiers at all levels. The resort offers tough, black slopes, red slopes and easy children’s slopes, as well as an off-piste area, and a big jump trail with two jumps, three rails, a waleride and a nice children’s area for the youngsters. Two lifts take you to the various slopes, and both of them start near the children’s area.

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    Great fun for the family

    Rauland Ski Resort and Holtardalen is the largest ski center in Rauland, with slopes to suit the entire family. In Holtardalen, a chairlift with four seats transports you to a network of trails that will keep you busy all day exploring new slopes. The ski resort is associated with Rauland Høgfjellshotell’s lift for an easy and convenient ski-in/ski-out access.

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    Test your limits

    Experience more than 6,675 metres of groomed slopes situated 1,000 metres above sea level at Vierli. Choose from several slopes of various difficulty, a terrain park, a ski school, and an area dedicated to children. Buy the adventure card in the children’s area and get access to trampolines, an inflatable castle, a mogul run, mini snowmobiles, quad bikes, sledding, and other fun-filled adventures.

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    A family-friendly winter wonderland

    Haukelifjell Ski Centre offers great fun for the whole family. The resort is perfect for little skiers, with a family lift and an 80 metre long slope free of charge. The resort also challenges the more advanced skiers, with well-groomed black, red and blue pists as well as thrilling off-pist alternatives for adventure seeking powder-hounds.

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    A modern ski resort for all ages

    Vrådal Panorama is a family-friendly resort with slopes that suit all skiers, whether they want to plunge downhill, try Telemark skiing, or play around on a snowboard. The ski resort offers 18 different slopes and eight lifts, including a fast eight-seat chairlift. A children’s area is situated close to the chair lift.

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    Focus on children and their families

    Gautefall Ski Resort is a family destination with 15 slopes and several lifts, a terrain park with small jumps, big jumps and several rails, and a children’s area with conveyor belts, a ski school and several other activities. The resort can take 7,000 people per hour, and snow canons ensure good conditions throughout the whole winter.

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    Getting here and around

    Get in-depth travel information at Telemark’s official website.

    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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