Hafjell Alpine Centre

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 different slopes in Hafjell ranging from green slopes (beginner), nine blue slopes (easy) and seven red slopes (intermediate) to four black slopes (advanced).
Hafjell is one of the major Norwegian alpine ski resorts - with the Torch man as the landmark. The Gondola and a most varied network of trails provide thrills and challenges for the whole family. The freeskiers and freeriders have found their favorite spot in the renowned terrain park of Hafjell.

Hafjell Alpine Centre is located only 15 km north of Lillehammer town. The Gondola as well as lifts serve the long descents where the longest cuts 7 km down the mountain. The vertical drop is 835 m and the advanced snow system provides superb conditions from the end of November to late April.

The overall drop on the mountain is 835 metres. 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 for families

Hafjell’s two children areas, on the bottom of the resort and to the top of the Gondola - Mosetertoppen, are great for children of all levels and beginners of all ages. The bottom area is the meeting point of the ski school and is the very best place for beginners to practice their skiing. But do not be afraid of taking the gondola to the top, because beginners are also welcome here in ”Frontyard for kids” – our most successful children’s area with small jumps and other park elements for children. The sheltered moving carpet will take you up again, without the hassles of the ski lift. When the children are getting more experienced, they can try the ski lift and steeper slope connected to Frontyard.

Hafjell terrain parks

Hafjell has terrain parks for different levels of skiers and snowboarders. The Main Park was awarded the best terrain park in Norway.

BURN Railgarden
A big rail park which is categorized easy to medium in difficulty with 10 different boxes, rails and wallride

The terrain park for intermediate skiers and snowboarders with a lot of options,

Main Park
As the name says this is our Main Park which has red and black lines and the difficulty level is advanced.

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!

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).
3 KIDS family areas
3 terrain parks
19 lifts: 1 gondola, 4 chairlifts, 5 T-bars, 6 button lifts, 3 magic carpet lifts
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.

Season: November 26th - April 16th 2023.
Season Night skiing: January 3rd - March 30th.
Hafjell is open from 09.00-16-30. Note that some lifts close 15.30 due to the light in the facility.

+47 61 24 90 00
[email protected]
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Contact information

  • +47 61 24 90 00
  • [email protected]
  • Hundervegen 122 - 2636 - Øyer

  • Hafjell Alpinsenter works to open as early as the weather permits - end of season 14 April.
    Evening skiing: From 2 January - 21 March.