Vrådal – Safe ski holiday close to Denmark
Vrådal is where children and adults can get a safe start on the slopes just a few hours from Denmark.
If you prefer a quiet, manageable ski area where the youngest members of the family can get a safe start to their skiing, this year's ski trip should be to one of Norway's most popular beginner destinations: Vrådal.
Weekend trip or winter holiday with snow experiences for everyone
Located just two hours' drive from Langesund, Vrådal is a sought–after destination for a weekend ski trip. But the area also offers enough experiences for a whole week's skiing holiday, whether you're into alpine slopes, high mountain scenery on the cross–country trails, action in the terrain park or fun in the children's area, where thousands of Danes have made their skiing debut over the years.
If you need to slow down after days of speed and excitement on the slopes, visit the local silversmith's workshop (where you can send a Christmas card from "Nisseloftet" all year round) or enjoy an exquisite dinner at Straand Hotel Vrådal.
Accommodation for all tastes
In Vrådal, you can choose the type of accommodation that suits your needs – cabin, holiday apartment or even hotel room with full board. So you can put together a trip with just the right elements to make your holiday perfect.
Your guide to a great ski holiday in Vrådal
Read more about Vrådal'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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