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Skiing in Norway


Trysil is Norway's largest ski resort, with a total ski season of 5 months (from November to the end of April). The most popular ski resort in Scandinavia has different levels of difficulty for beginners as well as experienced skiers. The center's trails are located on three different sides of the hill. Ideal for families.

Trysil is 525 kilometers or 6.5 hours' drive from Kapellskär harbor.

Hafjell Ski Resort

Norway's third largest ski resort, known for its good snow and weather conditions, is located near Lillehammer. The ski resort has a total of 33 different ski trails, which are suitable for different skill enthusiasts.

You can learn alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding on site. Hafjell is 691 km or 8.5 hours' drive from Kapellskär Harbor.


Norway's oldest ski resort is popular with families. For kids, this is a real ski paradise: around Geilo there are 4 exciting kids' areas where you can ski, learn to slalom and sled.

If you want to improve your skiing technique or learn some great tricks, there are all the possibilities on the spot - ski lessons for beginners as well as advanced ones.


Known as the Scandinavian Alpine ski resort, the ski season runs until the end of April. The center has a total of 53 ski trails of different difficulty levels and lengths, and snowboard parks where beginners as well as advanced ones can test their skills. The longest descent in Hemsedal is 6 km long.