Ski Resorts in Norway
Set against gentle mountains, frozen lakes and beautiful fjords, ski Norway and get guaranteed snow from November to May, wide slopes and efficient lift systems. Norwegian ski resorts offer fantastic skiing and snowboarding. Check out our objective resort reviews for all you need to know.
What's The Atmosphere Like Here?
Norway is a unique place to ski in. It is unspoilt and you really can feel like you are skiing where no-one has skied before. The resorts are all of a high standard, people are friendly and you may be surprised to find that the nightlife is quite lively.
How Many Resorts Are There?
There are 30 resorts in total. Our reviews focus on some of the better known, larger resorts like Lillehammer.
Who Is It Best For?
Most of Norway's ski resorts provide excellent skiing and snowboarding for families. Many resorts in Norway also provide creches near the slopes and free lift passes and free helmets for children. There's also excellent ski schools run by English speaking instructors. For more experienced skiers and boarders there's challenging runs and miles of well-maintained cross-country skiing areas.With more than 30 key resorts in Norway, there's everything from peaceful mountain villages to large resorts with lively nightlife.
The standard of accommodation is very high. You can choose from a range of hotels, apartments and cabins and much of it is close to the slopes. Many cabins also have their own private saunas.
Oslo can be a good place to get to and within 3 hours of here you can get to the well known resorts of Lillehammer and Trysil.