Kvitfjell Alpinanlegg


Kvitfjell Alpinanlegg is an alpine resort located in Fåvang in Ringebu municipality approx. 45 minutes drive from Lillehammer. During the Winter Olympics in 1994, the competitions in downhill and super-g for ladies and men were held in the facility.

Kvitfjell Alpinanlegg consists of three interconnected parts with a family-friendly area on Kvitfjell West side and one on Varden. At Kvitfjell East (often referred to as the Intermediate Station) there are the World Cup slopes and other challenging slopes.

The Kvitfjell facility is today owned by Alpinco, which also owns Hafjell Alpinsenter. Hafjell and Kvitfjell are connected with a free ski bus that takes approx. 30 minutes and together they form Norway's largest ski destination with a total of 75 km of slopes (same lift pass).

The ski resort has 33 slopes and there are 14 lifts. In connection with the ski resort, there are also cross-country trails with a total length of 600 km.

The ski resort at Kvitfjell also cooperates with the resorts at Skeikampen, Sjusjøen and Gålå, so that you can use the same ski pass in all 5 ski resorts. In total, this collaboration offers 55 lifts and 125 slopes. The alpine facility is connected to the cross-country trails and trails are run from, among other places, the newly developed side of Varden to Skeikampen and Gålå.

The annual World Cup race is arranged at the beginning of March in Kvitfjell. Aksel Lund Svindal won gold in the World Cup Super-G in Kvitfjell on March 3, 2013.