Myrkdalen Fjellheiser

Ski resorts in Norway
Lifts (3/9)
Slopes (9/22)
Snow depth
1060 m
450 m
120 cm
55 cm

Snow forecast

  • Thursday

    0 cm
    Cloudy
    -6°
    2 m/s
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ChristerNykvist
28/12/2018
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Snowfalls as high as flagpoles, the road up to Myrkdalen is like driving in a tunnel and the expectations are growing and raining it should not give up, then it probably dumps snow higher up. The slopes are mostly simple with a few exceptions, if you can carve yourself tired in the piste and if you go outside of prepared slopes you will find fine forest skiing and top tours. A cozy top cabin is available but is not open on weekdays and the food downstairs at the parking is simple but good and affordable to be Norway. In the hotel there is both easier serving and finer restaurant and a bar adjacent to the lobby where you can take a break in front of the fire. On Wednesdays many students come and on weekends there are more people on the slopes but rarely any longer queues. Accommodation is available in many price ranges and the food costs more than in Sweden, but non-existent nightlife means that you save on that cost and snow it wants to wake up rested and ready for deep turns.

supergleiter
21/02/2018
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Myrkdalen offers the unusual combo of child friendly and easily accessible, good offpiste :).
The rumor says plenty of snow, and it was the thirteenth weekend when I was there.
If you are going to find any disadvantage, it's good that it's locked there. About 2.5h extra by Hemsedal, towards Bergen. However, the experience includes driving through the world's longest road tunnel.

Link to video from Myrkdalen and Voss below. Only Voss first clip, the rest is from Myrkdalen.


Maja
Maja (Guest)
29/11/2017
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Have been there both with young children and with freelancers on top trips and hillside adventures. With so few but effective lifts there is unbelievable amount to play on, calf mountains, gorges and forests. Easy-to-access mountains also make many top-level opportunities. Plus, if you like pist, they are really good pistons. Rumor claims that there is a competition between them and Voss pistols at their best. Really good simply!

Rikard Landrin
Rikard Landrin (Guest)
28/11/2017
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Europe's response to Japan when temperatures remain below zero. There are few places with as much rainfall as here!


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