At the Hafjell Alpine Centre in Lillehammer region, skiers on holiday can have a blast skiing down more than 50 kilometers of ski slopes at varying levels of difficulty. There are a total of 30 different slopes in Hafjell ranging from green slopes (beginner), seven blue slopes (easy) and nine red slopes (intermediate) to one black slope (advanced).
The overall drop on the mountain is 864 meter. So whether you are a beginner or an expert, a great skiing experience awaits you here in Hafjell. The Hafjell Alpine Centre was built for the Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer, and there are slopes suitable for professional skiers, as well as families with children and pensioners.
Hafjell have 3 children areas, one in the valley (with family slopes close to Nordlia and Solsiden) and second on the top of the Gondola - Mosetertoppen. The third at Gaiastova.
Hafjell is a large and modern ski resort with free Wi-Fi hotspots at restaurants and several popular places on the mountain. Hafjell offers the best ski experience for families. Experience our winter wonderland!
Facts about Hafjell
Elevation Top Lift station: 1059m
Elevation Bottom Lift station: 195m
Vertical drop: 864m
Total skiable distance (marked slopes): 50 km
13 green, 7 blue, 9 red and 1 black. (Some red slopes have black parts).
4 KIDS family areas
3 terrain parks
18 lifts: 1 gondola, 4 chairlifts, 4 T-bars, 6 button lifts, 3 magic carpet lifts (new chair lift also season 23/24)
Longest run: 7,5 km
Night skiing: Tuesday to Thursday until 20:00. 7 km floodlit slopes + ‘’Backyard’’ terrain park
300 km groomed cross country skiing tracks (600 km including the Sjusjøen ski area)
6 km flood lit cross country skiing tracks
Snow production system covers 90 % of total resort area.
If you don't have an Axess Card already, you must collect your lift pass in one of our pick up boxes. You will recieve a QR-code on your e-mail, use this code to collect your lift pass. If you already have an Axess Card and refill it online, you can go directly to the lifts. All prices are listed in Norwegian kroners (NOK).