11 Skiing Spots in Norway that you should visit - With photos & details

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11 Skiing Spots to explore in Norway

The country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. It has the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, with a value of US$1 trillion. Norway has had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world since 2009, a position also held previously between 2001 and 2006.

BymarkaTrondheim Municipality, Norway

Bymarka is located on the west side of Trondheim, Trøndelag, Norway and is popular for both winter and summer activities such as cross country skiing and hiking. This large park and nature reserve on the west side of the city of Trondheim in Trøndelag county, Norway.

Folgefonna National ParkSkålafjæro 17, 5470 Rosendal, Norway

Folgefonna National Park national park in Vestland county, Norway. Folgefonna is a collective term for three glaciers in the park. At 168 square kilometers, Folgefonna is the third largest ice cap in Norway.

Gautefall SkisenterGautefallveien 1155, 3750 Drangedal, Norway

Gautefall is a compact ski resort with excellent accommodations. Gautefall is a family destination - with a focus on children and families. Gautefall Ski Resort has 15 slopes and 1 chairlift, 5 surface lifts and one roll band, which has a total capacity of 7000 people per hour. Gautefall have snow canons ensuring good conditions throughout the winter.

KolsåsKolsås, Norway

Kolsås is a wooded mountain ridge in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. It is one of the largest rock climbing areas in Viken County.

Kvitfjell ski resortKvitfjellvegen 471, 2634 Fåvang, Norway

This is a ski enthusiast’s paradise. Peace, quiet, and numerous prepared runs allow you to perfect your skiing without the queues or masses of tourists. The snow arrives in October and stays until late April, and we offer skiing and snowboarding to suit everyone. Slopes of all types and for every skill level.

Lysgårdsbakkene HoppanleggLysgårdsvegen 55, 2618 Lillehammer, Norway

This is one of the city's major landmarks.  Its facility consists of a large and a small ski jumping hill - HS 140and HS 90. Both hills are equipped with a plastic coating and are used frequently both in summer and in wintertime. During summer, you can take the chairlift from the bottom of the hill up to the top and enjoy the view from the Ski Jump Tower. This place is also frequently used for so many events.

NordmarkaNordmarka, Asker Municipality, Norway

Nordmarka is mostly a forested region with many short hiking trails, lakes for swimming, and an ideal place to take a break.

Norefjell3536 Noresund, Norway

Norefjell Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in Norway located on the mountainside of Norefjell. Plenty of ski rentals and shops are there to fulfill your skiing adventure.

SjusjøenSjusjøen, Norway

Sjusjøen is a cross country skiing destination in the municipality of Ringsaker in Hedmark. Situated on the mountain plateau south of Sjusjøen is Hedmarksvidda. The area is located with forest and mountain terrain about 20 km east of the centre of Lillehammer. It has numerous cabins, a hotel and a youth hostel for accommodation.

SkeikampenSkeikampen, Gausdal Municipality, Norway

A beautiful mountain located in the heart of Innlandet and it is very suitable for trekking, skiing and so more. Daily a lot of people visit this place and it has a lot of history to say.

SkogshornSkogshorn, Hemsdal Municipality, Norway

The summit of Skogshorn is a popular destination for day-trips both summer and winter.