Voss – The largest ski area in western Norway
In the middle of Fjord Norway, just 100 km from Bergen, you will find a ski paradise in a class of its own: Voss.
Located in the heart of Fjord Norway, Voss, the largest ski area in the West, offers fantastic skiing experiences for both experienced and novice skiers, passionate mountaineers and cross–country enthusiasts alike – and with an average of 540 cm of snow per year, you are guaranteed a perfect white setting for your skiing experience.
There's plenty of room to roam, more than 40km of well–groomed alpine slopes covering every level of difficulty from gentle hills for the less experienced to SuperG and international large slalom areas for those who want more speed and excitement.
The terrain park can give family adventurers a real adrenaline rush as they tackle rails, kickers and big jumps, and the little ones can romp around Voss' children's areas – and maybe be lucky enough to meet the local troll Grebbe Hangur.
With 18 kilometres of family–friendly cross–country ski trails, there's also plenty of opportunity to enjoy the tranquillity of the forest or the wide open spaces as the day's family outing takes you over the high mountains.
Accommodation with a real Norwegian cabin atmosphere
When the day's skiing is done, rest your weary toes in your very own cabin, just a snowball's throw from the ski area. Or how about visiting Voss town centre for après–ski – or shopping in the 100 shops?
Your guide to a great ski holiday in Voss
Read more about Voss’ 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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