Oppdal

Ski resorts in Norway

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Emil
Emil (Guest)
22/12/2018
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Was there with the family in March 2018.
The ski system was deserted, largely empty of skaters besides free flow that did ski tests and alpine exercises.
Steep and well-groomed slopes can be found in Oppdal. A little nicer off-piste on the top with good snow and large surfaces. The forest sink was really good.
Compared to other places in Scandinavia, Oppdal is second only to Narvik on my list. There is also off-piste in good class on the mountains around Oppdal to discover.
Oppdal is a real city (schools, center, train station, cafes ...) which I like. Well-prepared lowering is of course obvious. (after all, it is, as I said, in Norway).
Good atmosphere on the people we met.
Then the whole picture is assessed. And we go there in winter again :)

TM16
02/12/2017
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Good opportunities for offpiste but it's almost the only thing. Other nice staff in the system.

TM
TM (Guest)
02/12/2009
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Oppdal is definitely the best in Scandinavia for free riding maybe except Røldal and Stranda. The fact that there are fences with barbed wire in the offpiste must be considered in Norway, because farming is summer. Oppdal is at least 1000 times better than Åre. The best off-piste is Paradise in Hovden (the front of the mountain, down to the small Sletvold lift), west side of Hovden, west side of Vangslia, all the way past and past Skarsembekkdalen, the valley of Ådalen (especially the skier's right for the lift, see picture from here: //www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=113776&id=133718074213&ref=mf), Skarbekkdalen and Kinnpiken.

With a little stiff rake you will find untouched powder weekly after the last snowfall.

In addition, the park gets better and better, with three lines with lots of jumps and rails. And it's NEVER hippo. You ask me, Oppdal is clearly the best in Northern Europe.

lekatt
14/02/2008
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As a student in Trondheim over a year, it became quite a frequent journey to this place, which is nice after idiots snoring beyond the hordes of the sports team.
There are steering wheels, so many possibilities to go on pudersno. You can take a series of T-lifts from the main lifts (longest to the west / south) and then get up at the top that is higher, then you get to the top of the hill. Nice evening at the end of the season with slave song (if you like it). One can get up to the top of a ravine to be visible, whose other side can be reached from another lift system, there are quite good possibilities for a nice ride if you're out early.
Otherwise, take the chairlift around the middle of the plantation and drive in the bjork forest. There are also a couple of steering slopes with sloping slopes that may be infinite if it is so far ahead. Obviously there are many areas to bathe and there that invite you to a good deal.

05/10/2006
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The pillar v.7 was not the best. It was quite tight, where it was open, despite being offered a really nice length on the slopes and very wide variation in the slope. There were several parks in Parker. No one ever queued to the elevator. There was some transport manager that was a bit difficult, and unfortunately also necessary, because Oppdal is made up of 4 tops, more or less. The back of the head is to recomend for some lovely pillows. In case of more snow, Oppdal may be able to bid on one of the best offpiste scratches in the country. Definitely recommend!

joskim
02/08/2006 (Modified: 19/05/2008)
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Very little people in the middle of the week - ok on weekends.
The terrain is incredibly nice and not least varied. You really get the feeling of being in the mountains, but it's also possible to find a nice woodland.

Annnnna
02/08/2006
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Were there V.7 to have a good week with friends and workouts. Oppdal offers good back-wide, steep-what you want. and some offpist, maybe not of the extreme type, but that was all right !! absolutely! There were two parks when we were there, but more were on schedule and planned.
In and out the area is large and in order to get there, you must take these permanent transport routes. However, it felt like these transport leaders leaned in the wrong direction and you have to fight in some places :) But I love this place. sometimes Oppdal offers good skiing. worth visiting
Oppdal-Can not be described-Must be experienced.

Ola
Ola (Guest)
04/04/2006
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What's the matter with Norwegian and barbed wire? To get back from the offpiste to the right in Vagnslia (skiers right) you have to cross the road. Here you may have to pass some barbed wire stacks.

That said. Good opportunities for offpiste, and good backs for those who like it. Good forest driving in Stölen, easy-to-use off-piste in Vagnslia, a little steeper on the backside / side of Hovden.

Oppdal is ok but not amazing. If you are a top performer, there are a lot of goodies in Trollheimen as Oppdal lies in the corner of.

There are a wide range of types of skiers, from Norway with iron control with telemark on big jump to Danes who have hired their first pair of ski blades.

For those who live in Trondheim, Oppdal is the closest "real" ski resort (Åre a little further away).

Marcos SWE
Marcos SWE (Guest)
25/01/2006
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Hey. Go up to Oppdal at Sportlovet. Fourth year we go there now. Last year it was snow record and opdal really lived up to the highest grade! The best ride you can do is to grab the ankle pole in the valley at the top. if you look down from the bottom you should turn left when you leave the elevator. Then keep as much right as you can only, then you will encounter a divine skiing if the snowmobiles are proper. For beginners, the drop is perfect and it does not hurt to fall. If you are an advanced rider, I will offer Hovden the best of them. Hope it's snowing a lot until we get up. See you in the piste.

tove-s
14/07/2004
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I was there 1 year ago and when we arrived at night, it had arrived 5dm in the village snowing all night and all day but on Sunday we went to the pillows so it screamed all over and then we did not get tired of 5 penny and either not bothered there were tons of snow for everyone !!!! best hitherto i was out of class at least years old ...

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