Narvikfjellet reviews (Page 3)

Ski resorts in Norway
What do you think about Narvikfjellet?
Mats-Åke Matsouki
Mats-Åke Matsouki (Guest)
03/11/2000
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If you only have a lift, here we have a powerful ride that is in a class significantly higher than the Swedish neighbors Riksgränsen, Björkliden and Abisko. These appear as small hills in comparison. We speak fall height, height and slope. If you snuggle around, you notice that there are always good snow conditions in any of the weather. Minus for the strange opening hours on weekdays. Plus for Gunilla's Hamburgers.

Peter (dietrich the dude)
Peter (dietrich the dude) (Guest)
04/10/2000
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It was May, a lot of pillows, a big qp, and a Vincent Skoglund who were able to plate the poles, we and the lifters who were there = the powder and the whole shit for ourselves. Is there anything negative in Accurate countries?

Monika V
Monika V (Guest)
17/07/2000
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Heeeeelt !!! Perfect snow, almost empty in the slopes and incredibly cheap! Not often you can pump pillows overlooking the sea!

telisen
telisen (Guest)
05/05/2000
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A clear, much better place than the "cool, cool" national boundary, definitely worth the extra mile. Can travel in untouched snow two days after snowfall. A ride in "Darkness" is recommended. Opening hours during the spring appeal to anyone 13-21 00.

Hasse
Hasse (Guest)
06/03/2000
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Canoeing in long offpiste runs, hung on the bracket when they opened the top of the weekend as was. Hard before on top, cannonpads further down into the woods. Please choose the water mains or power line, benefit the power cord which was really good, a hoist. The pistes long well prepared. They have since last 6 years since I built a new gondola track and some new opist black collectors. The opening hours are greatly improved but still "Norwegian" open weekdays now 13-21, 10-17 weekends. Ski pass 190: - Great view from the mountains of minus Minus is varying snow conditions what makes it a skier ??? and Norwegian exchange rates may change before crossing the border. If Narvik had a couple of hours earlier open days on weekdays, the back had a strong alternative to the national border ...
Go there ....

Magnus E
Magnus E (Guest)
06/10/1999
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What can you say?
In class with the best resorts in the Alps at a significantly lower price.
Additionally, turn-by-turn is recommended from the top lifts.

5+

Björn
Björn (Guest)
27/05/1999
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Light Scandinavia's best off-piste but Narvik is not as good as the Alps or even better mountains in Canada

Erik Bengtsson
Erik Bengtsson (Guest)
17/04/1999
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figure out how fat it is for us snowboarders !! but lots of fat pillows and lots of quarters etc! a fifth of me then !!

local
local (Guest)
06/04/1999
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In Narvik is the fatest offpiste!
Reminds of Alaska! A minus is varying snow conditions but at the end of aril-may is always the gun gun!