At Hafjell Ski Resort, 15 km north to Lillehammer, skiers can have a blast skiing down more than 40 kilometers of slopes at varying levels of difficulty. The resort boasts a total of 15 lifts and 31 different slopes ranging from green to black slopes, for beginners to experienced skiers. The overall drop on the mountain is 835 metres. See ski map over the area here.
Hafjell is known for quality. We offer great activities for families, children, experienced skiers and park enthusiasts - we have something for everyone!
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Children in Hafjell Hafjell focuses on the family. At Mosetertoppen children can play with Pelle, Nora and Gaia, or do tricks and jumps in Frontyard for kids. At Hafjell children start their ski careers in fun and safe surroundings. A conveyor belt and two T-bar lifts allow kids to choose the skiing challenge according to their skill level. The Child Care is an indoor offer for the smallest children.
Ski RentalHafjell Ski Rental is located centrally at Skitorget and rents out all the equipment you need for Slalom, Telemark, Snowboard and Nordic skiing. Snowblades, pulks and helmets are also available for rent.
Ski SchoolThe Ski School in Hafjell can introduce you to everything from the most basic ski techniques to the most advanced and modern ski styles. The Ski School offers courses in all disciplines and at all levels. Choose between a personal trainer, skiing in groups or take part in one of the ski school’s Snow Camps. Read more about the Ski School here.
Ski ParkHafjell Park is the meeting place for ski jibbers, twin-tippers and snowboarders. Hafjell Park was designed by some of the world’s foremost experts in the field of fun parks, and offers everything a park enthusiast could want. There is also a separate ski-cross course located in connection with the Park. See pictures and news about the park.
Dining in Hafjell
Hungry for tasteful local food, tapas or a delicious pizza delivered at the cabin? Hafjell offers a variety of dining opportunities. Read more about them here.