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On piste Kvitfjell ski break with ski pass and hire

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

Kvitfjell offers everything from gentle green and blue runs to Olympic-standard black runs all in one small but perfectly formed resort one hour from Lillehammer. Ski 35km of marked runs right on your doorstep while staying at the basic yet comfortable ski-in ski-out Kvitfjell Hotel. If you would like a shorter or longer stay please contact us for a quote

PDF Download: Kvitfjell piste map

Highlights

  • Convenient doorstep skiing
  • Wide variety of slopes
  • Ski both Kvitfjell and Hafjell on one lift pass

Included

  • Double room at Kvitfjell Hotel
  • Half board basis
  • Ski pass for every full day in resort (i.e. 5 nights, 4 day pass)
  • Basic ski/boot hire for every full day in resort

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages - unless otherwise specified above
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Everything not specified above

Please Note

Children's rates online from 6-12 years. For younger or older children please contact us for a quote.

Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics when it hosted the men’s and women’s alpine speed events. It regularly features as part of the Ski World Cup circuit, often hosting the downhill and super-G events in the spring.

A small resort with 34km of marked runs, it nonetheless offers a real range of slopes, with some great green and blue options for beginners, as well as more challenging runs like the aforementioned World Cup slope, which is highly regarded among athletes. There are 25 slopes in total: 12 blue, 6 green, 6 red and 3 black, all served by an efficient, modern lift system; 2 terrain parks and 2 family areas.

Après ski

As a small, purpose-built resort, there isn’t much to do here after skiing, though there are some cosy, laid-back bars and restaurants on and off the slopes.

Kvitfjell Hotel

This hotel offers doorstep skiing and splendid views over the valley.

The rooms are fairly basic but comfortable, with cable TV and free WiFi access, and a bathroom with shower and hairdryer.

The hotel has a sauna and a cosy bar to unwind in after a day on the slopes.

The restaurant serves a buffet breakfast in the morning and a 3-course meal in the evening.

Free parking.

Nearest Airport: Oslo Gardamoen (205km, 2 h 45 mins by car)

Other airports: Oslo Torp (329km, 4 h 30 mins by car)

By Car

From Oslo Gardamoen, take the E6 motorway as far as Stasjonsvegen, then follow Vestsidevegen to Kvitfjellvegen.

By Public Transport

Take the train from the airport as far as Lillehammer (1 h 40 mins), then from there take a bus to Kvitfjell (around 50 mins)

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

Overview

Kvitfjell offers everything from gentle green and blue runs to Olympic-standard black runs all in one small but perfectly formed resort one hour from Lillehammer. Ski 35km of marked runs right on your doorstep while staying at the basic yet comfortable ski-in ski-out Kvitfjell Hotel. If you would like a shorter or longer stay please contact us for a quote

Highlights

  • Convenient doorstep skiing
  • Wide variety of slopes
  • Ski both Kvitfjell and Hafjell on one lift pass

Included

  • Double room at Kvitfjell Hotel
  • Half board basis
  • Ski pass for every full day in resort (i.e. 5 nights, 4 day pass)
  • Basic ski/boot hire for every full day in resort

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages - unless otherwise specified above
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Everything not specified above

Please Note

Children's rates online from 6-12 years. For younger or older children please contact us for a quote.

Location

Location

Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics when it hosted the men’s and women’s alpine speed events. It regularly features as part of the Ski World Cup circuit, often hosting the downhill and super-G events in the spring.

A small resort with 34km of marked runs, it nonetheless offers a real range of slopes, with some great green and blue options for beginners, as well as more challenging runs like the aforementioned World Cup slope, which is highly regarded among athletes. There are 25 slopes in total: 12 blue, 6 green, 6 red and 3 black, all served by an efficient, modern lift system; 2 terrain parks and 2 family areas.

Après ski

As a small, purpose-built resort, there isn’t much to do here after skiing, though there are some cosy, laid-back bars and restaurants on and off the slopes.

Accommodation

Accommodation

Kvitfjell Hotel

This hotel offers doorstep skiing and splendid views over the valley.

The rooms are fairly basic but comfortable, with cable TV and free WiFi access, and a bathroom with shower and hairdryer.

The hotel has a sauna and a cosy bar to unwind in after a day on the slopes.

The restaurant serves a buffet breakfast in the morning and a 3-course meal in the evening.

Free parking.

Getting There

Getting There

Nearest Airport: Oslo Gardamoen (205km, 2 h 45 mins by car)

Other airports: Oslo Torp (329km, 4 h 30 mins by car)

By Car

From Oslo Gardamoen, take the E6 motorway as far as Stasjonsvegen, then follow Vestsidevegen to Kvitfjellvegen.

By Public Transport

Take the train from the airport as far as Lillehammer (1 h 40 mins), then from there take a bus to Kvitfjell (around 50 mins)

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

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