Hafjellparken alpint for snowboard og twintip

Hafjell Alpine Center is only 11 minutes from Topcamp Rustberg

Enjoy a weekend, or even a full week, skiing at lovely Hafjell - without burning your budget!

11 minutes by car is all it takes to get to one of the biggest and best alpine centers in the country. Hafjell is known for its many long slopes, secure snow conditions, and beautifully sunny days. The entire skiing center is faced towards the sun. In times with little natural snow, there will always be artificial snow on most of the slopes, to secure a long season with skiing. Usually, Hafjell is open from mid-November to mid-April.

 
Et par i Hafjell alpinsenter med dalen og Lågen i bakgrunn

Hafjell is a complete alpine center, with glorious opportunities for all ages and skill levels.

17 ski lifts and one gondola, 33 slopes at altogether 50 kilometers, and over 864 altimeters. Mosetertoppen is known to be one of the Nordic's best children and family areas, while the Olympic slopes offer black slopes with challenges, and Hafjell park is at a high international level, and has previously been used for both Megapark and X-games. 

Løypekart oversikt Hafjell Alpinsenter

33 slopes at more than 50 kilometers altogether in Hafjell Alpine center

cordfløyel i Hafjell Alpinsenter

Who doesn't want to go downhill in freshly new-prepped slopes?

railkjøring i Hafjellparken i Hafjell Alpinanlegg

Hafjell park with Main Park, Frontyard, and Backyard is suiting for all skill levels for twintip and snowboard. In 2013 Hafjell park won the prize as the best terrain ski park in Norway.

speilvegg og gondol på Hafjell Alpint
Hafjell Alpint panorama

Hafjell is one of Norway's biggest alpine centers. The upper lift stops at 1059 meters above the sea, and from there the slopes go 864 meters down. The longest slope is at 7 kilometers. After the Olympic Games in 1994, Hafjell has been the national center for slalom and giant slalom. 

Nærbilde langrennsløype på Hafjell
Langrennsløype under skiheisen i Hafjell Alpinsenter

World's best area for cross-country skiing

At the top of Mosetertoppen, there is a 7 kilometers ski track that goes to the tracks at Øyer and Lillehammer mountain, which has more than 600 kilometers of prepped ski tracks. This area is actually elected as the world's best cross-country skiing area.