Sirdal – Snow experiences for the whole family
Sirdal is an unusally family–friendly ski area in the beautiful terrain near Stavanger.
Among mountains and forests, lakes and vast plateaus, the beautiful valley provides an atmospheric setting for three alpine facilities and up to 200 km of well–maintained, family–friendly and well–marked cross–country ski trails.
Sirdal is just 100 km from Stavanger, so you can ski here on both arrival and departure days.
Fun for all ages
There are alpine runs of all levels, two children's areas where the little ones can play with the local mascot "Snøfte", a terrain park that invites you to speed and action, and atmospheric evening skiing on illuminated slopes.
Sirdal also offers unique randonnee skiing, combining cross–country and alpine skiing on your way to the area's mountain peaks of Storeknut at 1,015 m and Røseknut at 1,021 m, from where you can enjoy spectacular views of the snow–capped mountains and the frozen lake Beinesvatnet.
Accommodation right next to the ski centre
In Sirdal, you'll stay in one of Sirdal Resort's cosy holiday apartments – with the whole beautiful ski area on your doorstep.
Your guide to a great holiday in Sirdal
Read more about Sirdal'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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