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Hafjell lift ticket prices

Buy your lift ticket online - collect your lift ticket in one of the many lift ticket boxes in the resort. If you refill your Axess-card online you can go straight to the lifts. 

Price list - Lift tickets

All prices are in NOK.

Lift ticket

Adult 16 år +

Children 7-15 år / Senior 65 år +

1 day*

455,-

370,-

2 days*

875,-

710,-

3 days*

1260,-

1010,-

4 days*

1600,-

1280,-

5 days*

1850,-

1475,-

6-8 days*

2115,-

1670,-

Extra per day over 8 days

200,-

165,-

Season pass before 15.10 (early birds)

4995,-

3895,-

Seasonpass after 15.10

5625,-

4310,-

 

 

 

3 hours

405,-

320,-

Night skiing (Tues, Wed, Thurs 16.30-20.00)

165,-

145,-

Roundtrip chairlift

100,-

80,-

Roundtrip Gondola

100,-

80,-

Axess-card

75,-

75,-

 

 

*Night skiinig included

 

 

Axess card is mandatory except round trip with the Gondol

 

 

Age groups

Age group

Age

Comment

Children

0-6 years

Free lift tickets when you use a helmet (must have Axess card - 50,-)

Children/Youth

7-15 years

 

Adult

16+

 

Senior

65+

Also valid in Kvitfjell

Our lift tickets are valid in both Hafjell and Kvitfjell. The seasonpass + 6-8 day pass is a part of the LSR cooperation and can also be used in Skeikampen Ski Resort and Sjusjøen Ski Resort. 

 

Terms & conditions for lift tickets

Keep yourself informed

We kindly ask all our guests to keep themselves informed about weather conditions and which slopes are open before buying a lift ticket. No refunds due to bad weather.

Season pass

All season passes are personal. Your season pass is not valid without a photo. 

Weather conditions

As much as we'd like to, we cannot control the weather. It is your responsibility to dress and act according to the weather. There is no refund due to weather conditions.

Axess card

If you do not own an Axess card, you have to purchase one. Axess card is what allows you to take our lifts.

Training and competitions

Hafjell is the preferred training ground for the Norwegian National Alpine Team, and parts of the slopes may be closed for training.