Just 90 minutes away from Olso, Norefjell ski resort is a great choice for a ski holiday. This Norwegian ski resort is suitable for families, beginners and intermediates. You can ski up to 25km of slopes with 13 lifts connecting you to each slope. In addition, there is an excellent snowpark with brilliant jumps, rails and wallrides.
The area has stunning scenery and has a peaceful atmosphere to unwind in. From the resort's 1,188m elevation, you can admire the beautiful mountain range and the tranquil Lake Krøderen. If you’re looking for something different, Norefjell has fantastic cross-country skiing tracks to enjoy in the area too. There’s a great selection of accommodation, bars and restaurants to visit in the village.
Resort Altitude: 1,188m
Resort Skiing: 1,459m
Total Ski Area: 25km
Green Runs: 10
Blue Runs: 10
Red Runs: 7
Black Runs: 3
Cross Country: 120km
Famed for its beautiful tree-lined pistes and hilly terrain, Norefjell is one of the largest ski resorts in southern Norway. Home to the country's highest vertical drops, skiers can enjoy a handful of advanced runs. Although the black pistes in this resort are some of Norway’s steepest, most of the terrain is best suited to beginners and intermediates.
All of the ski schools in Norefjell are managed by Norway's former national ski team coach, so skiers can expect outstanding teaching. Learners can enjoy private and group lessons from the bottom of the slopes.
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Childcare is available throughout the resort, with the creches run by the ski school instructors. Daytime activities include sledging, drawing, singing and much more.
The childcare facilities are located right by the slopes and in the hotels for children from the age of two and over to enjoy.
Norefjell has a relaxed après ski scene consisting of fantastic hotel bars and restaurants. Skiers can expect to enjoy a great atmosphere, charming staff and exciting cocktail flavours.
Head to Norefjell Ski & Spa for some of the best food in the resort. The hotel's Restaurant 815 is the perfect place to enjoy the views through the panoramic windows.
There is so much on offer in Norefjell for non-skiers, including opportunities to experience traditional activities such as fishing and hiking.
The resort has 10km of ski trails designed for cross-country skiing and hiking, that run alongside Lake Krøderen amongst the trees. Guests also have the option to soak up the local culture by enjoying Norway's famous spa and swimming facilities.