Hemsedal has two ski areas: Hemsedal Ski and Solheisen Ski Centre. In total there are 48 pistes, including 19 green, 12 blue, 9 red and 8 black. The longest run is 6 kilometers, which is very long for being in Scandinavia. There are 22 high capacity ski lifts, so there are usually not any queues. For snowboarders there is much to discover! 2 halfpipes and lots of jumps and rails.
Hemsedal is owned by Skistar, which is a Swedish company that owns several ski resorts. They are very commercial but have excellent service and facilities.
Map of pistes - Hemsedal Skisenter
Map of ski pistes - Solheisen Skisenter
Accommodation in HemsedalHemsedal is a quite big resort. There are over 6,000 beds in Hemsedal, from luxury cabins with whirlpool and sauna to rather basic chalets.
Map of Hemsedal
Book your ski vacation to HemsedalFeel like exploring Norway and Hemsedal on your vacation? Do consider that Norway is a very expensive country. Everything is expensive here and food is no exemption. Be prepared before you head of to Hemsedal.
In case you would like to fly, which normally is recommended, fly to Oslo. An airport shuttle runs from the airport to Hemsedal during weekends. You could also catch a low cost flight and travel to Torp/Sandefjord. An airport shuttle serves this airport in connection with some arrival flights from e.g. Great Britain. You need to reserve a seat on the transfer bus in advance.
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