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The skipatrol - A deep day at Stranda.
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Alpepass ski pass

With an Alpepass ski pass in your pocket, you are free to visit and combine nine ski centres in Fjord Norway, including the famous Strandafjellet. The adventure starts between the eternal ice of the Jostedalsbreen glacier, the peaks of the Sunnmøre Alps, and the beautiful Norwegian fjords.

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Lots of lifts

An Alpepass gives you access to 32 lifts, more than 60 slopes, terrain parks, freeriding and, of course, lots of snow and action-packed fun. The biggest Alpepass ski centre is Strandafjellet, which has both a chairlift and a gondola lift. The centre boasts Scandinavia’s best freeriding terrain and has been voted Norway’s best ski centre for freeriding several years in a row.

The eight other ski centres also hold their own for families with children and those who enjoy freeriding. Here, you can enjoy great days on the slopes with T-bar lifts, plenty of space, and untouched powder.

Strandafjellet ski resort
Strandafjellet ski resort.
Photo: Stranda / Haavard Myklebust

Powder pass

When it snows in Fjord Norway, it often snows a lot. That means plenty of fun in the extensive terrain around the Alpepass centres as well.

Stryn is a well-known summer skiing destination, but is also great for winter skiing and has an extensive freeriding terrain between the four mountain peaks that surround the ski centre. Arena Overøye is another great place for skiing enthusiasts. Here, the skiers are well spread out, which means short queues. Powder fans can also enjoy the extensive, varied terrain at Harpefossen.

Fun for all age groups

Skiing is especially fun when the whole family can do it together. Most of the Alpepass ski centres are suitable for children and families.

Fjellsetra is a typical family-friendly centre where everyone will find something they like, from cross-country skiing to freeriding and park riding. Ørskogfjellet is brilliant for beginners and is popular with families, and lies only a short distance from the city of Ålesund.

At Hornindal, everyone uses the same lift and jumps off where they like. Volda is also great for children, whilst its big brother Strandafjellet simply has the most activities for every taste.

Photo: Vegard Breie / Visit Nordfjord

Cross-country skiing close by

Most of the ski centres have prepared cross-country tracks which are generally floodlit on dark evenings. Maybe some “horizontal” skiing will make a nice change after days on the slopes? Some of these trails are of such a high standard that they have hosted Norwegian championships and junior world skiing championships.

You can buy the Alpepass at all the ski centres we’ve mentioned. Get more information at the official alpepass website.

The Alpepass ski resorts
Visit Overøye in Stordal and you will have an unique starting point for perfect skiing for the whole family! The alpine centre is located right… Read more
Arena Overøye - alpint
Harpefossen Ski Centre is located in Hjelmelandsdalen Valley in Eid, 10 km from the centre of Nordfjordeid. Arena for National Championships in Alpine… Read more
Harpefossen Ski Centre
Located 5 km north of Grodås. Cross country, alpine, ski jump. 2,5 km trail for cross country, available at night. 450-meter rope lift.… Read more
Hornindal Skisenter
Stranda Ski Resort is located east in the magnificent "Alps og Sunnmore",in the western part of Norway. 7 lifts (including 2 chair lifts) ,17 downhill… Read more
Stranda Ski Resort
Stryn Winter Ski is located on Bøanedsetra in Stryn, 4 km from the town centre. We have two ski- lifts that can take you from 325… Read more
Stryn Winter Ski
In Sykkylven, a modern alpine skiing resort lies in picturesque surroundings. The resort has got 14 alpine lines, 35 km of prepared cross-country… Read more
Sunnmørsalpane Skiarena Fjellseter
Volda Ski Resort is located at Reset in Volda and has 3 lifts and cross-country tracks in connection to the resort. Read more
A family friendly ski resort situated in the triangle of Ålesund, Molde and Åndalsnes. It is only a 30 minute's drive from… Read more
Ørskogfjellet Ski Centre
Ørsta Ski centre is located in the middle of the beautiful Alps of Sunnmore, in the western part of Norway. The ski centre is suitable for… Read more
Ørsta Ski centre - alpine
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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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