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Trysil Alpine skiing with the family in Trysil
Photo: Ola Matsson/www.skistar.com/trysil
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Fresh powder and slick slopes

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.

Kids enjoy ski school in Trysil
Kids enjoy ski school in Trysil
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Skiers in the chairlift in Geilo
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Oslo winter park, Tryvann
Skiing at Oslo Winter Park, Tryvann
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Alpine ski resort partners
In the mountains of Fjord Norway you will find some of the deepest snow in Europe, impressive views and skiing possibilities for all levels, from… Read more
Fjord Norway ski resorts
Stay at Hafjell Alpinlandsby located right next to the family area KIDS Knerten at the Bottom Station. Ski-in/ski-out and the gondola is just a short… Read more
Hafjell ski resort
Hemsedal offers a wide range of slopes with snow guarantee and skiing opportunities for all levels. The popular resort also has a large children's… Read more
Hemsedal ski resort
Hovden Alpine Centre is a modern and well-adapted facility for the whole family. The children's area “Tusseland” has become an eldorado for our… Read more
Hovden ski resort
Spend Sunday to Friday with your family at the beautiful GudbrandsGard hotel in Kvitfjell, situated in the middle of the ski resort with convenient… Read more
Kvitfjell ski resort
The mountains at Norefjell, just 90 minutes from Oslo, offer peaceful nature with a grand view. In winter, you can go skiing and snowboarding from the… Read more
Norefjell ski resort
Telemark is a versatile destination for skiing enthusiasts. With Telemark Super Ski you can zigzag your way through eight different ski resorts with… Read more
Telemark ski resorts
Trysil is Norway's largest ski destination and offers a varied set of alpine opportunities regardless of whether you’re looking for family friendly… Read more
Trysil ski resort
Other alpine ski resorts
The Beitostølen Ski Center is situated in the village center of Beitostølen. The center has easy access to 9 lifts and 12 runs, with slopes for… Read more
Beitostølen Ski Center
The Drammen ski center is a super facility for everyone who loves to ski or snowboard. With all manner of jumps and rails in the ski park, it is the… Read more
Drammen Ski Centre
Fjellhaugen ski centre is a versatile ski facility which has 5 km of floodlit cross-country ski tracks prepared for both classic and skating styles.… Read more
Fjellhaugen Ski Centre
Hallingskarvet Ski Resort is a well-hidden skiers paradise, centrally located in the southern mountains of Norway. Our long, wide, varied and well… Read more
Hallingskarvet Ski Resort
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
Lifjell Ski Resort is centrally located 12 km away from Bø in Telemark, 1 hour away from Langesund and 2 hours away from Oslo. The resort consists of… Read more
Lifjell Ski Resort
Narvikfjellet has something for everyone. Families and beginners can enjoy a children's lift and several customized routes with jumps, children's toys… Read more
Narvikfjellet Ski Resort
The largest ski resort in the Oslo area, with 18 slopes and 11 lifts - just 30 minutes from the city centre. Oslo Winter Park (formerly Tryvann)… Read more
Oslo Winter Park
Knyken Centre is located in the municipality Orkdal, 4 mil south of Trondheim. Skiing is owned by Orkdal Sports and operated by skiavdelinga in… Read more
Knyken Ski Center
From one of northern Europes highest base areas, 800 m.a.s.l, six lifts transports you all the way to 1300 m.a.s.l. The entire resort is situated… Read more
Røldal Ski Center
Sauda Ski Centre in Ryfylke is situated approx. 8 km from Sauda town centre. With five ski lifts, it is one of the largest ski centres in Southwestern… Read more
Sauda Ski Centre
Siplo ski resort located in Hoyanger in Sogn og Fjordane. The center hosts resided by volunteers, and annually hosts approximately 3,000 volunteer… Read more
Siplo Ski Centre
Solheisen Skisenter is located in Grøndalen, ca 11 km from the centre of Hemsedal. The resort at the sunshine side of Hemsedal is known as nice area… Read more
Solheisen Ski Center
Stavadalen Ski Center is located by the Bjødalsfjellet mountain, approx. 10 km from Bagn. With its beautiful surroundings and 1000 msl., this area is… Read more
Stavadalen Ski Center
Lifts: 1 Vertical drop: 373 m Slopes: 3 Lenght: 1950 m Cafè with basic service. Read more
Surnadal Ski Center
Tveit ski resort is the only ski slope in the municipality of Kristiansand, and it is owned by IL Tveit and operated by volunteers. The hill is about… Read more
Tveit Ski Center
At Tyin-Filefjell you can experience the ultimate in alpine sports. From gentle downhill slopes to extreme runs in a magnificant wild and beautiful… Read more
Tyin-Filefjell Ski Center
The Ski Center at Vaset is small and intimate which makes it enjoyable for the whole family - from beginners to the intermediate skier. Two poma… Read more
Vaset Ski Center
Vrådal Skisenter boasts a chairlift and in addition 4 lifts. 15 km slopes. Separate downhill slope. Skiing school, ski shop, hire of skis, and… Read more
Vrådal Panorama 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 everyone,… Read more
Ørsta Ski centre - alpine
Geilo is the perfect ski destination for the whole family, with several ski areas and slopes varying from beginner to expert level. Read more
Downhill skiing in Geilo
Summer ski centres
FONNA is a summer ski centre on the glacier Folgefonna. Alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and snowboarding park, cross-country trails and guided… Read more
FONNA Glacier Ski Resort, summer ski
Cross Country ski center in Sognafjell, along road 55 between Lom and Luster.Sognefjellet Sommarskisenter AS is organizing cross country ski training… Read more
Sognefjellet Summer Ski Centre
Stryn Summer Ski will open on the 1st of June 2017. How about a skiing holiday in the middle of summer? Towering mountains and Nordic climate makes… Read more
Stryn Summer Ski Centre
Galdhøpiggen Summer Ski centre is situated at the foot of the highest mountain of Northern Europe, 1850 m above sea level. We offer a modern… Read more
Galdhøpiggen Summerski centre
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    The art of snowmaking

    Natural snowfall, along with machine-made snow, means Norwegian ski resorts can guarantee good skiing conditions all season long.

    Photo: Haavard Myklebust / Strandafjellet / Fjord Norway
    Photo: Haavard Myklebust / Strandafjellet / Fjord Norway

    Summer skiing

    Get your snow fix during summer

    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. 

    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.

    Leaving it as you found it

    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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