Tips for winter holidays in the National Park Region

Winter holidays in the mountains of Norway can be an unforgettable experience. Highlights include skiing in ski resorts, cross-country skiing on high mountain trails and snowshoeing in beautiful surroundings. And mountain huts and lodges serving traditional food awaits around every corner.

1. Skiing holiday at one of Norways most snow secure destination: Bjorli.

Bjorli destination

The ski destination Bjorli combines family-friendly facilities with challenging slopes often used by World Cup skiers to train on. With its perfectly prepared pistes, beginners' area and funslope area with jumps and rails, this destination betwen Dombås and Ålesund is ideal for both young children and profetional skiers. The possibilities for off-piste are also good at Bjorli, and when big snowfall of fresh and cold snow, areas of the trails are not groomed to give the possibility of powder skiing on the pistes. From the slopes and the lift you altso have great opportunities for touring and mountaineering skiing. At Bjorli you will altso find about 100 kilometer og perfectly gromed cross country courses and area with competition courses and lighted trails. Go to: for more information.

2. A perfect mountain holiday at Høvringen.

Høvringen destination

No big hotels, no afterski bars, no ski lifts. Nothing, but snowy peaks and the sound of silence for company. And at the same time, the guests of this mountain destination have everything they need: an untouched landscape ideal for ski touring and cross-country skiing, traditional food at the huts and a traditional atmosphere where guests feel at home. In short: top quality service in magnificent surroundings to Rondane National Park. That is precisely what guests can look forward to at Høvringen. Find accommodation at Høvringen here!

3. Cross country skiing paradise Lemonsjøen.

Lemonsjøen cross country skiing

From Lemonsjø Fjellstue and Hyttegrend, groomed cross country trails run in all directions. Against south through the magnificent Sjodalen to Jotunheimen's trails at Gjende. To the west to Tesse. To the east down to the adventurous Heidalsskogen with trollfuruces as a result. Lemonsjøen also offers a alpine centre, a coffee shop and a true snow-proof Norwegian winter. Find more information here:

4. Ski mountaineering the famous "Jotunheimen Haute Route".

Jotunheimen Haute Route

This is an adventurous, long and beautiful skiing trip through Jotunheimen National Park - Norway's highest mountain area. Høgruta consists of 5 day-stages and is a demanding trip for advanced mountaineering skiing. You can sleep at serviced cabins serving three course dinner every day. Breogfjell can guide you safely through the trip. Contact Gjendesheim for more information.

5. Ski in, ski out at Mysusæter

Rondane Høyfjellshotell

Mysusæter is a popular mountain destination on the border to Rondane National Park. Here you can play with more than 200 kilometres of well-maintained cross-country skiing trails, snowshoeing trails, high mountain peaks in Rondane and stay at a cozy mountain hotel. The hotel has many amenities such as a restaurant, bar, swimming pool, fitness room, ski and snowshoe rental and well-equipped meeting and conference rooms. Read more here:

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