Bergsjø and Reine Skiing
Cross-country skiing at Bergsjøstølen
- Destination: Ål
- Season: January–March
- Difficulty: Medium
- Distance: 12.4 kilometers (loop)
- Elevation Gain: 230 meters
- Duration: 2–3.5 hours
About Bergsjø and Reine
Looking for a place for you cross country weekend? Bergsjøstølen is a high mountain area with great winter conditions offering great roundtrips, short and long trails and easy terrain. This trails takes you to a small cabin at Reine serving wafles and coffee when you arrive.
To get a better understanding of where it is search for Bergsjøstølen in the map or ask for driving directions in google maps to Bergsjø.
Bergsjøstølen is found 30 km from the center of the village Ål, and you have to pay a fee at the parking lot.
The trail starts at Bergsjøstølen and goes to a area called Reine with small cabins and mountain farms. There are no open roads to this area during winter, only the cross country trails.
If you are wondering about the current status of the cross country trails visit skisporet.
Make sure to bring warm clothes. High mountain areas often experience radical change of weather. Make sure to be prepared.
Where to stay
Book your weekend at Bergsjøstølen and hit the 154 km of slopes. The slopes are all in high mountain terrain with open views toward Hallingskarvet and Hardangervidda National Park.
You can either stay at Bergsjøstølen Fjellstue og Rødungstøl Høyfjellshotell to experience the cross country slopes in the area.