Ski enthusiasts' winter paradise
At the Kvitfjell ski resort, there is a good lift capacity, only a small queue, and slopes that range from beginner level to Olympic challenges - which is why the Kvitfjell ski enthusiasts' winter paradise.
Kvitfjell has as many as 33 different slopes and 14 lifts, and here there is no shortage of opportunities to have a varied skiing experience.
Beginner or world champion
The ski resort was built for the Olympics in 1994 and has some of Norway's most spectacular slopes. That is why the annual World Cup skiing is held right here.
Kvitfjell consists of 3 connected parts where you will find both family-friendly areas with ski school, treadmill lift and easy slopes, varied trails that suit most, as well as terrain park, freeride and black trails for those who like a real challenge. You are guaranteed an exciting ski day whether you consider yourself a beginner or a world champion.
Norway's largest ski destination
Kvitfjell ski resort is connected to Hafjell ski resort via a free ski bus which takes you between the two ski destinations of approx. 30 minutes. Together, the two facilities constitute Norway's largest ski destination.
Kvitfjell also collaborates with Skeikampen, Sjusjøen and Gålå, and you can therefore use the same ski card for all 5 facilities. This gives you access to a total of 55 lifts and a total of 125 slopes!