As the most successful nation to ever compete in the Winter Olympics, it should come as no surprise that the skiing in Norway is absolutely superb and should not be overlooked when considering your next ski holiday. Far quieter than its Alpine rivals, the Norwegian ski resorts offer guests peaceful, uncrowded mountains, state of the art lift systems and a warm welcome from friendly locals.
Not only is the skiing world-class here, but the experiences off-piste are equally impressive. Surrounded by dramatic fjords, majestic mountains and charming villages, a winter holiday here is a truly memorable experience.
One of our favourite times to go skiing in Norway is Christmas or February/April Half term with the family for the consistent snow conditions all season and empty slopes. Whether you are looking for a luxury ski hotel for two or a group getaway for your ski trip to Norway, please call our ski experts for more information.
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Skiing in Norway
Norway’s wide-open, quiet pistes are perfectly suited to beginners and intermediates, and families are well catered for too, with a number of gentle ski areas designed specifically for children. More advanced skiers will love the thrill of exploring the untouched powder fields in Norway’s unique backcountry.
Regardless of ability, all skiers will be in awe of the magical views over fjords and frozen lakes as they discover the area.
Activities in Norway
The country makes a brilliant choice for a family ski holiday thanks to the vast range of activities on offer, from dog sledding to horse drawn sleigh rides and night skiing. Cross-country is also very popular here and holds a special place in Norway’s culture.
Après is a laid-back affair with cosy bars and restaurants, where you can enjoy the local fare in front of log fires. Make sure to sample the local tipple, Akevitt.