Isfjorden

Ski resorts in Norway

Snow forecast

  • Thursday

    0.2 cm snow
    Cloudy
    -5°
    3 m/s
  • Friday

    0 cm
    Cloudy
    -4°
    6 m/s
  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Cloudy
    -5°
    5 m/s
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It-is-Snow-or-Never
09/05/2008
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Is in Romsdalen for the second year in a row around the 20th of March. This time is great as there is a lot of snow and I have been fortunate that it is cold and proper with snow all the way down to the fjords.
Met a bunch of French who were lyrical about the snow quality considering the height and time of the season compared to the Alps.

When the conditions were as requested now, the experience is total!
In addition to each and every Norwegian who is on a "Easter trip" and owns something that is going to be able to ride a stall, go to Kirketaket (www.kirketaket.com) ;-)
Applies to going up time if you want parking where the trails start against the masvassbu. Otherwise, it will be longer to go.

Buy Top Trips in Norway - 133 great skifjell and go here. It takes 12 hours from GBG if there is public transport in Norway, but it is worth every sword across queues and plate police.
Are you tired (?), So is the Sunndalen in the northeast and southern Sweden in the southwest.

Afterski is missing but the pub in Åndalsnes opens at 20 o'clock.

michael77
michael77 (Guest)
04/01/2007
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undoubtedly one of the best places to go skiing in this world. Too bad ashamed that it is not built for commercial alpinism. It would be a hit.

Recommend to go here for a week and go top trips every day. The classic is the Kirketaket, but there are a lot of fine sheaves in the area between 1000-1800 moh.

Bjørnar Barlaup
Bjørnar Barlaup (Guest)
04/01/2007
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One of the most alpine areas in Scandinavia. The area is great for off-piste driving and it is a pity and shame that there are no 10-12 gondol lifts there so one gets driven a little efficiently. Unfortunately, there are too few people in the northwestern Norway in Norway and too many environmentalists, so plants can be seen a long way. The mountain church roof is a classic mountain peak and is in itself worth the trip from Sweden.

The best ski slopes are from 1000-1800 meters high.

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Rider: Tormod Granheim Photo: Birger Holo

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