Norway can rightly be called a country of ski resorts! Hemsedal is also one of them. This is a small place in the mountains, which is geographically halfway between Oslo and Bergen. No wonder Hemsedal got his middle name “Scandinavian Alps”: as soon as you climb to the top of the mountain, you will discover a stunning view of the snow-capped mountains. Every year thousands of tourists come here who love quality skating, varied terrain, as well as the best value for money.
Hemsedal has several areas for skating. In the main, Hemsedal Skisenter, wide, magnificent trails were laid, several snow parks were built and a special area for children was organized. By the way, it is the largest one in Norway. Its area is about 70,000 square meters! In addition, you can have a great time while cross-country skiing. More than a hundred trails are equipped in Hemsedal for this.
The interesting fact. The World Junior Alpine Ski Championships of 1987 and 1991 were held on the ski slopes around Hemsedal.
In addition to skiing, you can spend time no less fun and productive. On the territory of the resort there is an opportunity to do ice climbing, climbing a mountain peak, paragliding, kite-selling and many others. To gain strength, visit the restaurants and cafes located in the resort. To change the atmosphere and to diverse your holiday, we advise you to go to the bar on après-ski or dance to the fiery rhythms of the best DJs in one of Hemsedal nightclubs.
The most popular ways to get to Hemsedal are by train, bus or car. Of the above methods, we recommend you the last, or rather, to use the services of a taxi. So, you will save time and be able to determine for yourself the class of the car and the list of necessary services. The cost of the trip is usually between €398- €710.