Take your family to the top and ski downhill, even with little or no experience. Helpful staff and likewise child-friendly facilities characterise Norway's alpine resorts.
Did you think that ski school is only for kids? Think again, there are several options for adults as well.
Our mission in Hafjell skischool is to give you the best experience of skiing and snow regardless age or…More
Improve your skiing skills at Kvitfjell Ski School and get a whole new skiing experience. Our group lectures…More
Have you never tried skiing before, or do you want to fine-tune your technique? Myrkdalen Ski School offers…More
Ski Shool- Every week throughout the season. Group Ski school starts every Monday-Thursday. From NOK 895,-.…More
Slaatta Skisenter is part of the Geilo ski resort. Slaatta is close to the centre, just a 5 min walk…More
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, you can always improve your skills, build confidence or get to know…More
Whether you are a beginner, want to improve your skills or want to try something completely new, the ski…More
The Hovden Aktiv Ski School at the Hovden Ski Centre offers expert instruction for every skill level in alpine…More
Our ski school instructors are passionate about winter sports, and we want to share this passion with you.…More
Our ski school instructors are passionate about winter sports, and we want to share this passion with you.…
Every Friday at 09.45-11.10 this winter (except for week 51/52/1 - Friday at 13.20-14.45) For children between…More
Natural snowfall, along with machine-made snow, means Norwegian ski resorts can guarantee good skiing conditions all season long.
If you thought that springtime signals the end of the skiing season, remember that there are high-altitude resorts in Norway where you can have fun on snow all summer long.
However, getting an early start is essential. The glaciers can be icy at first, but will soften with the first rays of sun to provide hours of good skiing. By about midday, the slopes might turn to slush – a perfect time for a cold beer, a swim and some sunbathing.
When these summer ski centres open and close depends on the snow and weather conditions, so check the snow report before you go.
Watch this video from Stryn Summer Ski Centre.
Stryn Summer Ski will open on the 1st of June 2017. How about a skiing holiday in the middle of summer?…More
Cross Country ski center in Sognafjell, along road 55 between Lom and Luster.Sognefjellet Sommarskisenter AS…More
Galdhøpiggen Summer Ski centre is situated at the foot of the highest mountain of Northern Europe, 1850 m…More
FONNA is a summer ski centre on the glacier Folgefonna. Alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and snowboarding park,…More
Our series of ski trips on Svalbard are concluded with two ultimate ski experiences. In the end of May, the…More
Our series of ski trips on Svalbard are concluded with two ultimate ski experiences. In the end of May, the…
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.
Norway is a country of outstanding natural beauty, with dramatic waterfalls, crystal clear fjords, majestic mountains, and spectacular glaciers. Preserving this landscape, its communities, and the way of life is essential for locals and visitors alike.
Norwegian philosophy is very much that conservation is everyone’s responsibility. Enjoying nature and the outdoors is considered a national pastime, and this is reflected in our attitude towards the preservation and use of the wilderness.
Whether it’s skiing in the mountains or on the trail, Norwegians try to leave as small a footprint as possible. Leave it as you would like to find it is the mantra, regardless of where you are.
Quality of life is what it is all about, not only now, but for the time to come as well. It’s about recognizing that everybody else are just as important as ourselves, and taking steps to implement that thought in all aspects of life. It’s neither easy nor quickly done. But it is definitely worth it.
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In the Viking sagas wintertime is often summed up as “that winter he stayed at home at the farm”. It was a time to stay indoors and rest up and spend time with the family, but in this day and age, you might as well spend your winter days enjoying the snow under your feet and the northern lights overhead.Read more