|Beginning of season (1 Dec 2019 - 26 Jan 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:30||- 15:30|
|Evening skiing (14 Dec 2019 - 16 Mar 2020)|
|Saturday - Sunday||Closed|
|End of season (27 Jan 2020 - 15 Apr 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:30||- 16:00|
Voss Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in western Norway, located only 5 kilometres from Voss centre. The resort has 40 km of well-groomed slopes for all levels and an exciting off-piste area close by the lifts.
Varied terrain and something for everyone
In Voss Resort you will find 10 lifts and 23 trails with different levels; from easy hills for beginners to harder slopes for the experts. In addition to the 40 km of groomed slopes, there are 2 terrain parks, ski cross trail, 3 areas for children, groomed cross-country trails and 4 restaurants. You will also find ski school, ski rental and after ski at the resort.
Free shuttle bus from Voss Railway Station three times a day throughout the season. The bus corresponds with trains from/to Bergen.
Cross-country and ski touring:
You will find 18 kilometres of family friendly cross-country trails. The trails are mostly flat, but with some hills in between.
- Floodlit trail: 6 kms
- Raugstad trail: 3,5 kms
- Trail to the Red Cross cabin: 8,5 kms
Mount Lønahorgi (1411 masl) is a popular ski touring destination with great views of Voss and the fjord landscape, and only a short tour from the top of the ski resort.
The resort has 3 areas for the youngest; Grebbesbakken, Badnakrokje and Vetlebakken. Skiing in Grebbesbakken is free. There are held ski competitions in Grebbesbakken and Badnakrokjen during weekends and holidays. Sometimes the troll Grebbe Hangur, who lives in the mountains of Voss Resort, come to visit as well.
Ski school and skirental:
If you want to rent equipment og get a ski lesson, there is ski rental and ski school at the resort.
Voss Resort can also offer accomodation close to the slopes, with modern cabins and appartments.
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The local tourist offices can give you good and useful information.