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Our 4 favourite ski resorts in Norway

Innovative architecture, UNESCO fjords and reliable snow cover, combine the culture of Oslo and Bergen with unparalleled skiing and memorable experiences. If you’re fortunate, you may even witness the aurora borealis dancing across the night’s sky. Find out our experts favourite ski resorts in Norway here.


MYRKDALEN

Inspired by an average snowfall of five metres, Myrkdalen opened in 2003. Just two hours from Bergen, this little-known resort has quick chairlifts, uncrowded beginners’ runs and superb off-piste. Evenings can be filled with sledging, sleigh rides, indoor skydiving and maybe even the northern lights. Combine skiing with a fjord experience; wind along the scenic Flåm railway to Sognefjord, before cruising past snow-covered mountains, inlets and rural villages to Nærøyfjord.

On the slopes in Myrkdalen © Sverre F. Hjrnevik

On the slopes in Myrkdalen © Sverre F. Hjrnevik

TRYSIL

The largest of the ski resorts in Norway, Trysil has two main villages, Høyfjellssenter and Turistsenter. The wide, open runs have forests either side, and floodlights make it possible to ski at night. Family-orientated, they have created a piste map for children, which includes a section in the snow park. There’s plenty to challenge more advanced skiers in the Høgegga area.

The northern lights above Tyrsil

The northern lights above Trysil, one of our favourite ski resorts in Norway

GEILO

One of the oldest ski resorts in Norway, Geilo is snow-sure from December to May. Take in the striking views on the train from Oslo, a perfect cultural inclusion to your ski holiday. With a combination of nursery slopes, terrain parks and backcountry powder, Geilo caters for all abilities. Families can forge memories as they drive husky sleds, learn to ice fish or spot arctic foxes, lynx, yak and reindeer at nearby Langedrag Nature Park.

Take a horse-drawn carriage around Geilo

Take a horse-drawn carriage around Geilo

BEITOSTØLEN

Beitostølen is a charming village with traditional Scandinavian architecture. The slopes are quiet with reliable snow cover, making them well suited to beginner and intermediate skiers. Appealing to visitors for its alternative winter activities, why not try snowmobiling, sliding down the slopes in an inflatable boat or navigating the extensive web of cross-country skiing?

Snow ghosts in Beitostolen

Spot snow ghosts in ski resorts in Norway

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Overlooking the Arctic Sea and icy fjords, the Lyngen Alps have an untamed landscape. Embark on a four-day ski touring adventure through the backcountry’s flawless powder, with a day sailing around the Arctic Sea. Warm up in the Lyngen Experience Lodge’s sauna or hot tub overlooking the unspoilt, isolated setting.

Lyngen ski experience

Lyngen ski experience

Speak to one of our ski experts on 0207 471 7700 to find out more about our favourite ski resorts in Norway.

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