Plenty of intermediate pistes, lively après options and stylish accommodation.
- The Hallingdal mountains offer skiing for all abilities, on Scandinavia's highest lift-served slopes.
- Small village feel with a good choice of accommodation and lively après at the weekend.
- Largest children's ski area in Norway, featuring free ski passes and helmet hire for under sevens.
Each of the accommodation options offers something a little different. In Skarsnuten you’re perched on the side of the mountain, with incredible views and a secluded ski lodge feel. Ski down to the base of the slopes and the resort village area has stylish apartments and traditional log cabins, all within a snowball’s throw of the ski lifts.
Hemsedal has a small village feel, but with sushi places, traditional Norwegian restaurants and some nice lounge bars, it's packed with great food and even better nightlife. A free shuttle bus can take you into the main town for even more eating and drinking options, plus a bigger supermarket if you're self-catering.
The ski school is as good here for beginners and intermediates as you’ll find anywhere in Norway. Plus, the harder runs and accessible off-piste make it a great place for aspiring experts. There's even a range of other activities available - from cross-country skiing to dog-sledding and snowmobile tours.
Top 3 accommodations in Hemsedal
from £610 per person
Alpin Lodge and Apartments
from £509 per person
from £515 per person
2 for 1 lift pass
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