Bjorli

Ski resorts in Norway

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(Guest)
07/11/2007
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Hey!
Have spent the latest sports laws in bjorli with the guys! Very nice place with a good forest puff! opportunities for smaller sharks to the neighboring peaks! -07 they actually had a really good park at the time of purchase. A little worse at the party fair, but getting yourself at free speed in the slopes makes it overlookable. However, that's the part of the ski passes for sale really cute ;-)

// RAZ

axelwilhelm
24/10/2007
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Were in Bjorli just after New Year's season 06-07.
When we got up, however, they were not so much snow, but have heard from friends that siblings who have been there are more that they usually wear snow as they are enough.
The paws are richly shuffled, well pimpleed to shuffle long

Being a bit of people in the slopes, at least during Christmas is a big plus, they feel like they're open just for oneself, really guessed.

A ski resort to recommend

have them gone

joskim
02/08/2006 (Modified: 05/01/2009)
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Ok skisted in very thinly populated area. I have just been to Bjorli once (6th of Feb 06), and then I was the only ski driver in the whole plant from 10 am to 12 pm - even though it was perhaps the biggest powder day in the winter! 30cm fresh snow over night, and 25cm the two previous days. In total there were about 10 people to ski during the whole day. Sick!
Otherwise very pleasant elevator staff. The old man in the top of the chair near the chair lift seemed to be crazy that I had driven 20 miles just to ski .. :)
The disadvantage of Bjorli is that the terrain is a bit too small and for slaughter (at least when there is so much snow!). On weekdays, I think they only run the chairlift, and it does not allow such large areas easily accessible. When there are more people, they are probably driving the other lifts, and then the plant will be bigger to an extent. Nevertheless, I would never have been to Bjorli for many days in a row. But it does seem to go there when the powder alarm goes on.
Be sure to avoid the holidays - because there are very many cabins on Bjorli, so there will surely be a lot of people in the hill.
It is windy on northwest winds.

fagel
03/12/2004
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Well
I have been to Bjorli almost every year since 93.
I hate missed one year because of a foreign stay.
But for those 10 years, I've only been unhappy once.
I have been there week 7 every year and it has been good with snow and rich goa slopes.
Among the best of Bjorli is that there are never many people. There are some Danish, but everyone knows that they can not go skiing so they are good to use as slalom sticks.
The pies are pissed every night.
In my opinion, Bjorli is BEST !!

In addition, it is very nice staff.

/ Simon

josua_em
03/01/2004
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Nice little ski resort with good off-piste skiing. Bjorli is by the way one of the facilities that will open at the earliest in the winter. I was on my team on October 29, 2003, just in Bjorli, beautiful!

If you are out of the absolute high season then you have a lot of space on the slopes. I was actually completely alone when I was there last! This because it was suddenly closed, but the amazingly nice lift kills opened the dalliften only for me! I've never been to similar service and kindness. Bjorli rocks.

I can not help but recommend Bjorli, a great place!

led
25/10/2002
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Bjorli is clockwise. good place if you like offpiste skiing.

Something that could be better: The ability to expand is not taken away, sin.

Good: small town, almost lonely on the slopes.
Super good: nice liftbaffs, ruggit important to the whole.

ced
21/10/2002
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Bjorli is clearly a real altitude ski resort for a week here every year with the church and the backarana is always fresh and well-kept.
Bjorli does not have the world's biggest shelter but they have them they care with a very good feeling.
The offpiste in Bjorli is a lovely part of the place how many people cut in perfect height from everything
3-10 meters drop.

A visit to Bjorli is highly recommended.

MVH John

BTS
BTS (Guest)
08/02/2000
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Bjorli is probably one of Norway's most snow-proof ski resorts. If snow is bad, it's probably good with snow on Bjorli (the ski season usually starts much earlier than elsewhere). Bjorli is a small ski resort with few lifts, but here in turn lots of snow. This is not a place where you get the extreme off-piste driving, but at times it may be good. At Bjorli the slopes and areas around the area are slaughtered, so it pays to bring the traps to a top near the plant.

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