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Oslo Winterpark


In Oslo Winter Park there is room for everyone, both beginners, experienced skiers and snowboarders. Oslo Winter Park has a full 18 slopes, all illuminated in the evening, and an altitude of 381 meters. The plant has 11 lifts and the longest hill is 1550 meters long with a fall height of 290 meters.

The resort has a ski school, ski hire, kiosks, café and everything that belongs to a ski resort. The location at 531 meters above sea level and the advanced snow cannon plant 'Snow 24' provide good snow safety. Oslo Winter Park usually opens the season only in December and only closes again in mid-April.