About the Resort
A real family resort, the Norwegian Hemsedal piste map brings you true traditional Alpine charm. Rated as one of the top ski resorts in Norway, it offers superb skiing and some great après ski to match. Getting to Hemsedal You’ve got a couple of choices when you’re looking at Hemsedal transfer times.
For the ski area of Hemsedal, it’s split into two areas. You’ve got the main resort where you’ll find some fast lifts to use your Hemsedal lift pass, although there are some slower drags to be found here. A great benefit of Hemsedal is that it is quiet in the week so you’re unlikely to find any queues, however it does get busier at the weekend. The other ski area is to be found 8km up the valley. You can get a ski bus here to Groondalen, where you’ll find the Solheisen ski centre. Read More…
Hemsedal is definitely a family-friendly resort, and the bus network that gets you to the slopes is very convenient; saving weary little legs. In the week, the resort is a lot quieter, but it’s the weekend when the party scene really hots up. And if partying is what you’re looking for, the top location for DJs is Stavkroa. Read More…
When you’re looking at Hemsedal ski accommodation, you’ve got two different choices. You can either stay in the old town of Hemsedal Sentrum or in the newer Alpin Village. It’s more of a self-catering location. Read More…
There’s no doubt that Hemsedal is a great ski resort to choose. Situated in between Bergen and Oslo, you’ve got the The Netbuss Express which will get you to the resort from the airport. The original village of Sentrum has a good mix of Hemsedal bars and restaurants, plus shops and bars to visit. You’ve also got the Mountain Village, or Skisenter, which is conveniently laid out so that you can enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants too. Read More…
A great family resort, you’ll find that most people speak English here. Kids will love the Gaupeland activity park which has a carousel and tobogganing. There’s a lot for non-skiers in Hemsedal to do too, why not try husky dog sledding – you can even try your hand at mushing. There are also horse-drawn sleigh rides to take in the views of this lovely resort. Read More…
+Biggest children’s ski area in Norway, with free ski passes and helmet hire for under 7’s.
+Convenient accommodation on the slope side.
Things to think about
– Very small village.
– Busy weekends, quiet midweek.
Ski Pass for Hemsedal ski area.
Child Pass 7-17 Years.
Children under 7 Free.
1728km 20hr 13min
Travel from Calais
Oslo | 214km | 3hr 4min