Choose between numerous pistes of varying difficulty, check out the terrain parks and the floodlit pistes. There are also great opportunities for free boarding, some through the forest.
The chairlift to the summit Nos in Hovden has been in operation since 1968. Today, the Hovden Alpine Centre is modern and well adapted to every age and skill level - from the youngest children to extreme skiers and snowboarders.
With its 33 pistes, nine lifts and a total of 42,5 kilometres of groomed descent, Hovden Alpine Centre offers a variety of slopes for every skill level.
The service building has ski rental facilities and a ski repair shop, café, cafeteria, after-ski and bistro, all under the same roof.
Altitude: 763 - 1183 m / Maximum vertical drop: 420 m
A small, but very family-friendly alpine centre. One 3-seat express lift and three ski-tows.
The service building has a cafeteria and ski rental facilities with alpine skis and snowboards.
The alpine centre is open in weekends.
Altitude: 550 - 780 m / Vertical drop: 230 m
Bortelid has five ski lifts and 14 downhill runs, the longest of which is 1700 metres. The slopes vary in technical difficulty, from a children's run to a precipitous, almost-vertical drop.
The 100 metre long conveyor on the children's slope is among Norway's longest. It turns skiing into a game for the very youngest and it is simple for adults to accompany them or watch from the sidelines. Children under 7 years receive a free lift pass, providing they are wearing a helmet.
If you need a break, Bortelid Bistro is the place with food, drink, warmth and excellent service.
Altitude: 579 - 884 m / Vertical drop: 305 m
Ljosland Ski Centre is a good starting point for both downhill and cross country. The ski slopes start by the cafe and has a total lenght of 60 km .
Longest routing of downhill is 1600 meters, and the top of the hill is located 793 meters above sea level. In the cafeteria you can also rent ski with carving for both kids and adult, snowboard, snowblades and cross country skis .
Altitude: 512 - 780 m / Vertical drop: 278 m
The terrain park is the place for those who want to explore their acrobatic skills. Big jumps, quarter pipes, funboxes and rails are some of the elements.
In Hovden Alpine Centre the 1250-metre Bukkerittet (the Buckride) terrain park is considered one of the best snowboard parks in Norway. The park offers exiting features such as rails, boxes, big jumps, funboxes and various other jumps.
The terrain parks are suitable for beginners as well as for more advanced skiers.
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