Norefjell – A high mountain adventure near Oslo
Norefjell is ski in/ski out, great snow experiences, a touch of luxury and lots of pampering.
Just under three hours' drive from Langesund, you'll find a ski area in a class of its own: Norefjell. With 30 alpine slopes, 200 km of cross–country ski runs, two terrain parks and three children's areas, the area has everything a ski enthusiast's heart could desire.
In fact, Norefjell describes itself as an "amusement park for skiers" – and we agree!
The surroundings are also unique, with the Norefjell mountain as a backdrop – this creates some truly unique slopes, the longest of which is 6,500 metres and has Northern Europe's highest altitude difference of 1,010 metres. Or how about a ride on an Olympic track from 1952?
Adventurous overnight stay at Norefjell Ski and Spa
End the day with pampering for body and soul at Norefjell Ski & Spa's atmospheric setting. The unique, award–winning hotel is designed with inspiration from the area's beautiful nature and wildlife and offers a spa, swimming pool, gym, restaurant with delicious food made from organic ingredients and – not least – a total of 400 delicious and luxurious rooms and apartments.
Your guide to a great holiday in Norefjell.
Read more about Norefjell’s facilities and accommodation below and find inspiration for your holiday in our travel articles about the area.
Important: Due to COVID–19, there may be changes to the ski resorts and accommodation offer for the 2022 ski season. Therefore, always keep yourself updated on the ski centres' websites.
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