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The Alps of Scandinavia

Hemsedal is one of Norway's top ski resorts. The mountainous location between Oslo and Bergen offers optimal snow conditions from November to May. Standing at the highest point of Mount Totten - 1,497 m above sea level, you look down on the highest winter ski slope in northern Europe. Norway has long sunny days and temperatures are milder than one would expect, as even in the middle of winter the lowest average temperature is -6 ° C and in April the sun shines up to 14 hours a day.


Hemsedal in Norway is 220 km from Oslo, approx. 3 1/2 hours by car. When you go skiing to Norway with DFDS, you arrive rested in Oslo at. 9.45 and can be in Hemsedal and ski already over dinner.

Snow fun without limits

Hemsedal offers 21 lifts and 51 runs with different levels of difficulty. From easy green slopes to difficult black runs. Even snowboarders will find what they are looking for, because 'The Telegraph' has names Hemsedal one of the 10 best snowboard destination areas in the world.

For familities visiting with children, the ski resort offers excellent entertainment as it has the largest child-friendly ski resort in Norway with 70,000 m2.