Hafjell Bike Park

About Hafjell Bike Park With 28 kilometers of mountain biking terrain ranging from beginner to expert, there is something for everyone at Hafjell. It is by far the best destination in Norway for lift-accessed mountain biking. At Hafjell you have opportunities for great downhill and single track biking and many […]

Hafjell Alpine Resort

About Hafjell Hafjell Alpine Resort is one of the most popular winter destinations in Norway. With a variety of alpine skiing hills, and the site of the 1994 Winter Olympics, it is no surprise that it attracts many visitors every winter. Located just a 2.5-hour drive north from Oslo and […]

Ski Beitostølen

About Beitostølen Beitostølen is one of the most popular winter destinations in southern Norway. With a variety of alpine skiing hills, 320 kilometers of cross country skiing trails, and other winter activities like dog sledding, and evening sleigh rides, it is no wonder why many Norwegians, and even visitors from […]

Helgeland: A coastal paradise

Helgeland is a coastal paradise located in the warmest and most southern part of Northern Norway. Spread across 18,832 square kilometers, the region is home to Norway’s second largest lake, Røssvatnet, a multitude of charming islands and isles, and idyllic mountains. There are four main towns in the area, Brønnøysund, […]

Guide to Via Ferratas in Norway

A Via Ferrata is a series of steel ladders, cables, and bridges that are bolted into mountain rocks that enable climbers to access the otherwise inaccessible (well, unless you’re an extremely skilled rock climber). No matter which Via Ferrata route you embark on, you’re bound to get views from a […]

Lyngen Alps: Your Go-To-Guide

Located east of Norway’s biggest northern city, Tromsø, the Lyngen Alps (in Norwegian, Lyngsalpene) are located on a 90 km peninsula from the shores of the Lyngenfjorden to the border of Sweden. The entire peninsula, home to more than 140 glaciers, is ideal for winter or early spring alpine skiing or […]

6 Most Underrated Adventure Areas in Norway

An astonishing 17.1% of mainland Norway’s is protected. That’s a total of 2,885 conversation areas across 46 national parks. That’s a lot of land! Although one of the most well-known national parks is Jotunheimen National Park home to Besseggen Ridge, there are many more beautiful areas to explore. We’ve accumulated the […]

6 Best Cross-Country Ski Races in Norway

The popular saying, “Norwegians are born with skis on their feet” may be an exaggeration, but it’s not far from the truth. Norway is a country where skiing is deeply ingrained in its history and culture. Norwegians have won over 121 Olympic medals in cross-country. That’s pretty impressive for a […]

What to Pack for a One-Day Ski Trip

The infamous Norwegian phrase is so true: “there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing”. But don’t worry, you’ll be prepared for a day full of adventure with this ski trip packing list.   Gear Skis, boots, and poles are the obvious necessities for your day ski trip. […]

Top hacks for staying warm while adventuring in the winter

Layers We can’t stress this enough! The infamous Norwegian phrase is so true: “there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing”. Start by wearing a base layer made out of merino wool or synthetic material. These materials help the sweat wick away from your skin to keep you […]