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Go skiing in some of Norway's greatest ski resorts. Hemsedal, Trysil, Kvitfjell and Hafjell. In Hafjell, it might even be possible to watch an ice-hockey match! (Lillehammer hockeyklubb and Storhamar are two clubs in the area) Hemsedal: Hemsedal Ski Resort consists of 20 lifts and 53 slopes with great variation in difficulty. Here, both children and adults, experienced and novice, thrive. Hemsedal has several different venues such as snow parks and a skating rink for fun days in the snow for the entire family. Trysil: Trysil is Norway's largest ski resort with 68 ski slopes and 31 lifts, three large children's areas, and several Snow Parks. Trysil Turistsenter has several parks. Snow Park Red & Black has many jumps, rails and boxes and Trysil's biggest jump Night'n. Snow Park Blue is Trysil's most popular park. Here you'll find easier jumps, rail and boxes. Snow Park Green is in the children's area, Eventyr, and has easy jumps and boxes. At Trysil Høyfjellssenter you'll find a Fun Ride with jumps, bumps and velodromes. The Fun Ride is fun and challenging for everyone, from small children to experienced skiers. Blue Park is located right next door. In the ski area you'll also find a ski cross track and a parallel slalom course. Kvitfjell: Kvitfjell ski resort is 30 minutes North of Lillehammer and is a ski resort with slopes across the range from children's areas for the smallest, to black trails with Olympic standards. Kvitfjell has a broad variety of mountain sides and terrain. On the West side you will find a broad spectrum for children of all ages, as well as parks and fun slopes. The middle station and the East side offers more skilled slopes, and is also located close to the hotel. All mountain sides are connected by chair lifts, and if you like, your journey could start at the bottom and it will carry you all the way to the top or to the West. Hafjell: Hafjell Alpine Resort is one of the most popular ski resorts in Norway, offering both family friendly skiing as well as something for those seeking a little more action. Located just 15 minutes North of Lillehammer, Hafjell is one of Norway’s most accessible ski destinations.  Consisting of fantastic skiing for both beginners and experts alike, varied terrain, top class amenities, location, accessibility and unbeatable views, it is no wonder Hafjell has become one of Scandinavia’s top ski destinations. In spite of this you will rarely find yourself sharing the slopes with hundreds of other skiers, and queues at the lift stations are a rare occurrence.

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Go skiing in some of Norway's greatest ski resorts. Hemsedal, Trysil, Kvitfjell and Hafjell. In Hafjell, it might even be possible to watch an ice-hockey match! (Lillehammer hockeyklubb and Storhamar are two clubs in the area) Hemsedal: Hemsedal Ski Resort consists of 20 lifts and 53 slopes with great variation in difficulty. Here, both children and adults, experienced and novice, thrive. Hemsedal has several different venues such as snow parks and a skating rink for fun days in the snow for the entire family. Trysil: Trysil is Norway's largest ski resort with 68 ski slopes and 31 lifts, three large children's areas, and several Snow Parks. Trysil Turistsenter has several parks. Snow Park Red & Black has many jumps, rails and boxes and Trysil's biggest jump Night'n. Snow Park Blue is Trysil's most popular park. Here you'll find easier jumps, rail and boxes. Snow Park Green is in the children's area, Eventyr, and has easy jumps and boxes. At Trysil Høyfjellssenter you'll find a Fun Ride with jumps, bumps and velodromes. The Fun Ride is fun and challenging for everyone, from small children to experienced skiers. Blue Park is located right next door. In the ski area you'll also find a ski cross track and a parallel slalom course. Kvitfjell: Kvitfjell ski resort is 30 minutes North of Lillehammer and is a ski resort with slopes across the range from children's areas for the smallest, to black trails with Olympic standards. Kvitfjell has a broad variety of mountain sides and terrain. On the West side you will find a broad spectrum for children of all ages, as well as parks and fun slopes. The middle station and the East side offers more skilled slopes, and is also located close to the hotel. All mountain sides are connected by chair lifts, and if you like, your journey could start at the bottom and it will carry you all the way to the top or to the West. Hafjell: Hafjell Alpine Resort is one of the most popular ski resorts in Norway, offering both family friendly skiing as well as something for those seeking a little more action. Located just 15 minutes North of Lillehammer, Hafjell is one of Norway’s most accessible ski destinations.  Consisting of fantastic skiing for both beginners and experts alike, varied terrain, top class amenities, location, accessibility and unbeatable views, it is no wonder Hafjell has become one of Scandinavia’s top ski destinations. In spite of this you will rarely find yourself sharing the slopes with hundreds of other skiers, and queues at the lift stations are a rare occurrence.

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Oslo

Today you will Arrive in Oslo, Norway's capital. Check into your accommodation and go explore Oslo’s streets.

Day 2

Drive to ski resort

Today the real journey starts! Rent a car and drive to your chosen ski resort. Check in to your accommodation.

Excitedly start your journey to your chosen Ski Resort
Day 3-4

Funday at ski resort

Wake up early, enjoy a tasty breakfast and hit the slopes - to maximise the full days at your ski resort. If you don't have equipment, you can rent skis and/or a snowboard at the resort. If after your days on the slopes, you want to party, the great “Afterski” is not too far away.

Time to hit the slopes!
Day 5

Drive to your next ski resort

Today, you will check out of the accommodation and start the drive to your next ski resort.

Day 6-7

Funday at your ski resort

Wake up early, enjoy a tasty breakfast and hit the slopes - to maximise the full days at your ski resort. If you don't have equipment, you can rent skis and/or a snowboard at the resort. If after your days on the slopes, you want to party, the great “Afterski” is not too far away.

Time to hit the slopes!
Day 8

Depart From Oslo

After enjoying your last Norwegian breakfast, you will pack your bag, check out and drive to Oslo Airport Gardermoen.

Time to say Goodbye, leaving with plenty of fond and fun memories of your time on the slopes of Norway

What's Included

Accommodation

Accommodation as per itinerary, either in Hotels or Cabins

Meals

  • In Cabins no meals are included, it is possible to cook food in the cabin.
  • Hotels only breakfast is included.

Ski Equipment

Ski lift passes, ski/snowboard rental are not included.

Flights

All International/Domestic Flights

Ground Transport

Rental cars are not included

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Eivind Svenkerud

I love to get to know and experience new cultures as well as see beautiful places. My vacations include Historical Landmarks, sports, restaurants and pubs.

I can help travelers with beautiful sights on mountain peaks or fjords, summer and winter sport locations, Northern light trips; Basically I specialize in the best that Norway has to offer.

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