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Hafjell terrain park

In Hafjell you will find three terrain parks with challenging jumps and rails for all levels. Under X Games 2017 several of the best ski and snowboarders were surprised over the quality of the park and that you never find parks like this in Norway. 

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Hafjellpark: KIDS Mosetertoppen

KIDS Mosetertoppen for beginners with difficulty level green. 

This is the perfect place for beginners, if you are learning basic skiing or want to jump for the first time. The slope is gentle and has to lifts, one magic carpet that brings you up to the top of the gondola. Next to the magic carpet you will find different obstacles and have your first meeting with a park. There is also a normal slope, forest slope and a line with three small jumps. When you feel safe here you can move over to the next park: Backyard. 

Hafjellpark: Backyard

Backyard is for those who have some experience and has a blue, red and black line. 

Backyard is located behind the topstation rfor the Gondola at Mosetertoppen and has its own platter lift. The park is about 500 meters and has three different lines with elements for different levels. All the lines har 6 elements and the difficulty level will increase with the different lines. The park has one blue an red jumping line where the meaning is that you start with the easiest one and work your way up to the black one. When you feel safe here you can move on to Main Park.

Hafjellpark: Main Park

Mainpark is for the experienced and experts with blue, red and black lines. 

Main Park was the first park in Hafjell and was built in 2000. This is the arena for big events such as Megapark, NM, Norgescup and slopestyle in Youth Olympics. The park contains obstacles for the experienced and a red and blue jumping line. We encourage you to read the park rules and have basic skills before you go skiing here. 

There is also a small gathering place here with music, table, bbq and lockers (Nok 10,-)

We take the security seriously! Read through the safety rules here. 

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