Time for winter in Norefjell
Fancy trying something new this winter?
The Norefjell area has something for everyone. Read on for plenty of tips and inspiration!
What is your kind of thing?
Things to see and do Eating out
Shopping Find your accommodation
Fun experiences for everyone
Ready to hit the slopes?
Are you craving steep runs and high speeds, or would you rather cruise down in more laid-back style? Whatever you’re looking for, whatever your age, whatever your level, Norefjell has the Alpine slopes for you!
There is a lot of snow in the region, and the conditions on our ski slopes are fantastic.
WHERE TO SLEEP?
Accommodation to suit the whole family
Whether you are looking to find accommodation on the mountain, in the villages or in the forest, there is a wide range of attractive places to stay to recharge your batteries.
All that fresh mountain air makes you hungry!
When it comes to food and drink, there are plenty of options to choose from here, whether you want something on the go, or fine dining based on local ingredients.
Activities in Norefjell during summertime
Have fun in Norefjell all year around
Whether you want to climb treetops, ride the zipline down the world's largest ski jump in Vikersund, or hit the golf course, you will find fun activities for the whole family in Norefjell
Rafting in Sigdal
Norway’s funniest white water rafting! The river Simoa has surprised local participants. Join us, and see why.
Høyt & Lavt Modum
Our climbing park is for everyone – both children and adults. It doesn’t matter what shape you are in or if you’ve ever climbed before.
TIME FOR SHOPPING
The Norefjell area boasts enticing shopping and great adventures. Our shops stock locally sourced, unique and exciting products. These local shops are an important part of what we have to offer, with local people who know the area and are ready to answer your questions as well as providing you with great products.
Norefjell is set in beautiful surroundings offering unique experiences. This section of the website provides you with all the information you need about the various areas.
Haglebu is home to friendly restaurants, fun activities and accommodation options for the whole family. It is about two hours from Oslo.
Eggedal and Prestfoss
In Eggedal and Prestfoss, you can fill your days with activities and experiences.
The Høgevarde cabin area is in Flå municipality in Hallingdal, on a mountain plateau close to the peak of Høgevarde. It is near to Norefjell.
Where is Norefjell?
Norefjell is less than two hours from Oslo by car. Use the map to find your quickest route to the mountains.