From the highway to the mountain
HAFJELL, It may be exaggerating to say that there is no more accessible ski resort in the world, but its not far from the truth.
Imagine that you are in Copenhagen and that you wish you could easily, quickly and effectively get to the mountains. A place that has snow, a place with over 50 km of alpine slopes, a place with fresh mountain air and the possibility to buy everything you need from toilet paper to woolen socks.
FOUR LANE HIGHWAY
Then the choice is quite simple. To Hafjell Alpinsenter you can drive from your door at home in Denmark and take the highway all the way to the lift. From Oslo there is a four lane highway to Hamar, but in 2020 it will be completed all the way to Moelv. This means that from Oslo it takes only two hours by car to Hafjell Alpinsenter. In addition, there is a plan to build a four field highway from Moelv to Øyer/Hafjell. When this is ready is still uncertain, but if you are very interested you can read more about the road project and upcoming projects in this link.
- If thats not easy enough, or maybe you do not have a car, then you can hop on the train from either Sweden or Norway. The train takes you to Lillehammer, and from here we have a ski bus. Quite simply, even green, says head of marketing, Veslemøy Eineteig Wedum.