DISTANCE: 10KM - CA. 15 MIN. WITH CAR
The combination of excellent facilities for alpinists and cross-country skiers makes Gålå a perfect destination for families and groups with different wishes and skills.
At Gålå you will find 15 trails and 7 ski lifts divided into two valley sides. Artificial snow in Valsfjell ensures that over 60% of the trails are covered with snow, and the wide trails are perfect for "telemark driving".
Gålå has a terrain park with its own Big Jump area, floodlighting and more challenging rails. In addition, Gålå has a fantastic ski area with 230km of trails and is prepared for both ice skating and classic cross-country skiing.
DISTANCE: 43KM - CA. 50 MIN. WITH CAR
The ski resort comprises 25 trails and 11 lifts with a total capacity of 12,000 people per hour. In addition to the ski resort there are also cross-country trails with a total length of 600km.
Kvitfjell ski resort cooperates with the facilities at Skeikampen, Sjusjøen and Gålå. Therefore, you can use the same ski pass in these facilities. Overall, this cooperation offers over 117km of trails and 45 lifts.
An annual World Cup is organized at the beginning of March in Kvitfjell. Aksel Lund Svindal won gold in World Cup Super-G in Kvitfjell March 3, 2013.
DISTANCE: 69KM - CA. 1 HOUR WITH CAR
Hafjell is one of Norway's largest resorts. The highest starting point is 1030 meters above sea level and it has a fall height of 835 meters. The resort was opened in 1988 and in 1991 the resort was completed for the Olympic Games in 1994.
During the Winter Olympics in 1994 there was a slalom and grand slalom in the resort. After the Olympics, Hafjell became a national slalom resort, and has been further developed. Today there are 30 trails run by a gondola track, 3 chair lifts and 11 ski runs.
In 2013, Hafjell Park was voted Norway's best terrain park by DN. Hafjell Park consists of Main Park, Frontyard and Backyard, which focus on different skill levels for twintip and snowboarding.