Spend the Easter holiday at one of our many cabins, and bring the family along too for activities, play and fun. Stuff your bags with packed lunches, coffee, oranges and enjoy the pleasures of wintertime.
Click on the links below, and you can see our vacant cabins and vacational rentals for the different periods during the Easter period:
Do you want to know some more about the different destinations?
Here are a short summary:
Beitostølen offers an intimate atmosphere and its proximity to lifts, networks of ski trails, and accommodation make Beitostølen a favorite location for families. Being situated 900 above sea level, and neighboring Jotunheimen, makes for early snowfall every year in Beitostølen, and a ski season that lasts until April.
Gaustablikk Ski Resort has 12 lifts, 2 of which are chair lifts, and over 30 km of slopes in different lengths and levels of difficulty. Around 100 km of prepared cross-country skiing trails of all levels of difficulty are there at your disposal.
Geilo is a destination that offers a unique variety of activities and experiences, and you will not have to look far to find everything you need. There are ski slopes and trails to be found of all levels of difficulty, and which are specially made for children. There are 40 slopes to play around on, from the toughest of trails to kiddie slopes. Here you will find a large 200-km network of trails, smartly prepared and well-marked cross-country skiing trails, as well as a 5-km lighted ski trail.
Gol and the Golsfjellet mountain area is a family-friendly ski resort, located in Hallingdal in central southern Norway between Oslo and Bergen. On the southside, just outside of Gol city center, you will find the Gol Ski Resort. It is an alpine skiing facility with a special area for children, 3 lifts, 6 slopes at 400-meter altitudes, and a terrain park. In the Golsfjellet mountain area, which lies between Hallingdal and Valdres, you will find two alpine skiing facilities: Golsfjellet Alpine Center and Storefjell Ski and Sledding Center. These alpine skiing facilities are just 4 km apart. In Gol and the Golsfjellet mountain area, there are more than 250 km of cross-country skiing trails made for classic and freestyle, and a separate cross-country arena. You can find cross-country skiing trails in the high mountains and in more forested terrain alike.
Gålå lies right in the heart of Norway, one hour north of Lillehammer, near Jotunheimen National Park. Its combination of excellent facilities for alpine skiers and cross-country skiers alike make Gålå the perfect destination for families and groups with a variety of needs and skills. Gålå has a fantastic all-terrain skiing area with 230-km trails and is prepared for both ski skating and classic cross-country skiing.
Hafjell Alpine Center is located at the entrance of the Gudbrandsdalen valley, 15 km north of Lillehammer. The Hafjell Ski Resort is known for its long slopes, great snow, and abundance of sunny days. The slopes at Hafjell face the sun on the leeward side of the mountain, where they are protected from incoming weather. Hafjell offers 300 km of prepared cross-country tracks on the mountain.
Hemsedal as a ski resort is known as "The Scandinavian Alps," lies 625-1920 meters above sea level, and is one of Scandinavia's largest alpine skiing destinations with mountains reminiscent of those in places much further south in Europe. When on skiing holiday in Hemsedal, you can take advantage of a broad spectrum of activities for the whole family.
Nesbyen is a complete winter sports destination with approx. 14 km of alpine ski slopes and up to 260 km of prepared cross-country trails. Nesbyen Alpine Center has five lifts and 13 slopes, a protected children's area, and one of Norway's longest snow parks.
Norefjell is one of the most distinct mountain ranges in Southern Norway, and is considered the closest high mountain area to Oslo. Norefjell Ski Resort has 13 ski lifts that will take you to 25 km of prepared alpine ski trails divided across 26 slopes of different levels of difficulty, and at an altitude of 1010 m. Norefjell Ski Resort is just 1 hour and 20 minutes from Oslo.
Rauland is Telemark's biggest ski destination, made up of three ski centers, all accessible with a single lift ticket. There is a free ski bus that will transport you back and forth every day. Rauland has a great combination of alpine ski slopes, a variety of cross-country ski trails, and winter activities.
Skeikampen is one of Norway's snowiest winter sports destinations. It offers both alpine ski slopes and cross-country ski trails so that you, your family, and friends can have the best time imaginable.
Sjusjøen has a 350-km network of ski trails at various levels and that are a nice starting point for fantastic ski trips. Enjoy the sun, atmosphere, and tranquility at Sjusjøen this coming Easter.
Trysil ski resort is just two and a half hours northeast of Oslo, and is Norway's largest ski resort. With its steepest drop at 685 meters, Trysil sets the stage for the best skiing holiday, with slopes and activities for everyone.
Valdres offers impressive cross-country ski areas and Valdres Alpine Center is nicely situated on the southside, with its four ski lifts and 11 slopes of all levels of difficulty.
Ål in Hallingdal is a winter sports destination right in between Geilo and Hemsedal, where you will find two alpine skiing facilities, one of Norway's longest sledding slopes, and 400 km of cross-country skiing trails. In Ål, you can play around on the entire 400-km GPS-equipped cross-country skiing trails which have been adapted for both classic and freestyle. You can find skiing trails in the high mountains and in more forested terrain alike. The variety of terrain and the enormous mountain plateau have made Ål an El Dorado for nature lovers in both winter and summer.
Spend the Easter holiday at one of our many cabins, and bring the family along too for activities, play, and fun. Stuff your bags with packed lunches, coffee, and oranges and enjoy the pleasures of wintertime.