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Ski Areas Norway

Ski Areas Norway

Snow-sure pistes, short queues at the lifts and its special flair continually make Norway a popular destination among winter sports fans. The ski area showcases itself as particularly family-friendly, diverse and excellently prepared.

Only approx. 2 hours north of Oslo is Lillehammer, whose ski area Hafjell (40 kilometres of piste) has been a household name at the latest since the 1994 Winter Olympics. With three fun parks and half-pipes, boarders in particular will get their money's worth.

Hemsedal is considered by many as the best ski area in Norway. The “Scandinavian Alpes” offers, with its 37 kilometres of piste, excellent snow conditions through May, fantastic free-rider areas, 3 fun parks, a full offering for kids as well as lively après ski.

Geilo attracts its visitors with 33 kilometres of piste, awesome flood-lit skiing possibilities, a new fun park, runs in every grade of difficulty and numerous offers for kids.

Après ski Norway

Norway offer many possibilities for a successful apres ski programme. Either you can sit in one of the cosy bars at the fire with a tasty tea of punch or you can dive into the wild nightlife with its discos and karaoke. Even without alcohol consumption you will find singing and dancing on the tables in the afternoons already. Depending on the resort you will find many different activities on offer: Husky sledging, snow-mobiling, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice climbing, snowtubing, paragliding, ice fishing, and so much more. The Norwegian cuisine is dominated especially by fish dishes. Salmon, hering and dreid cod are only a few examples of the extensive offer. Typical Norwegian specialties are Kjøttkaker (meat balls), mutton with cabbage and Rømmegrøt, a kind of porridge made of sour cream, semolina, sugar and cinnamon. The Norwegians most popular beverages are coffee, bear and Aquavit, a schnaps with caraway flavour. Besides the local specialties, many restaurants also offer international dishes.

Excursions Norway

The current Norwegian kingdom is a young nation with a long history, reaching back to the Vikings. The Norwegians have managed to uphold their strong cultural traditions throughout the years. The traditional costume, the "bunads", is proudly worn at weddings, baptisms or the national holiday (17th May). The Sami, the indigenous Norwegians, form a minority and live in northern Norway. The country has also been home to famous painters such as Edvard Munch and authors such as Hendrik Ibsen. The capital, Oslo, is located in the south-west and offers numerous sights, e.g. the fortress Akershus, the town hall (where the annual Nobel Peace Prize is awarded) or the famous shopping mile "Karl Johans Gate", where the royal palace is also located. Additionally, various museums such as the National Gallery, a holocaust museum or the Edvard Munch Museum can be visited.