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Norway Lift Ticket Deals

Get discount lift tickets and ski deals for skiing and snowboarding in Norway, including group tickets, family lift tickets and cheap ski pass deals.

Resort Name Snow Last 48 Hours Current Specials
Bjorli no data No Deals Get Notified
Dombas no data No Deals Get Notified
Filefjell no data No Deals Get Notified
Gala Ski Arena no data No Deals Get Notified
Gaustablikk no data No Deals Get Notified
Gautefall Skisenter no data No Deals Get Notified
Geilo no data No Deals Get Notified
Gol m. Golsfjellet no data No Deals Get Notified
Hemsedal no data No Deals Get Notified
Hovden no data No Deals Get Notified
Kongsberg no data No Deals Get Notified
Kvitfjell no data No Deals Get Notified
Lifjell / Telemark no data No Deals Get Notified
Narvik no data No Deals Get Notified
Nesbyen no data No Deals Get Notified
Nordseter no data No Deals Get Notified
Norefjell no data No Deals Get Notified
Oppdal no data No Deals Get Notified
Oslomarka / Tryvann no data No Deals Get Notified
Rauland / Vinje no data No Deals Get Notified
Ringebufjetet no data No Deals Get Notified
Sirdal no data No Deals Get Notified
Skeikampen no data No Deals Get Notified
Stryn no data No Deals Get Notified
Tryvann Vinterpark no data No Deals Get Notified
Valdres Alpinsenter no data No Deals Get Notified
Vaset no data No Deals Get Notified
Voss Fjellandsby - Myrkdalen no data No Deals Get Notified
Voss Resort Fjellheisar no data No Deals Get Notified
Vradal no data No Deals Get Notified

Skiing in Norway

In the mid-19th century, a Norwegian skier named Sondre Norheim designed and built skis with never-before-seen sidecuts and bindings that held the heel down and eliminated the need for a drag pole. This system, in turn, led to the Telemark technique, named for the region Norheim lived in at the time, and helped usher in the modern era of downhill skiing. Though Norway, which hosted two Olympic Winter Games in 1952 (Oslo) and 1994 (Lillehammer), nowadays is more famed for its cross-country and ski-jumping facilities, the Scandinavian country has a vibrant and bustling Alpine scene, with more than 100 lift-served resorts. Trysil is the biggest, with more than 30 lifts and 44 miles of marked trails. Hafjell and Kvitjell, part of the Lillehammer Olympic complex, were the sites of the slalom, giant slalom and downhill competitions at the ‘94 Games. Geilo is perhaps the most laid-back, family-friendly resort in a country noted for its laid-back, family-friendly demeanor. And Norefjell, with its 13 lifts and 15 miles of marked runs, is just 75 minutes from Oslo. Find the best discounts for lift tickets and ski passes at Norway resorts at GetSkiTickets.com.