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Norefjell, Noresund

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Norefjell is a Norwegian mountain range in the Scandes Mountains system. It stretches between the valleys Eggedal (west) and Hallingdal (east) in Norway. It covers parts of the municipalities Flå, Sigdal, and Krødsherad, all in the county Buskerud.Its highest mountains are Gråfjell, 1468m Høgevarde, 1459m Norefjell Ski Resort is an alpine ski resort, located in the municipality Krødsherad, about one and a half hours drive north of Oslo. Norefjell was host to the downhill and giant slalom competitions of the 1952 Winter Olympics.The nameThe mountain is named after the old farm Nore, the last element is fjell n 'mountain'.
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  • Really good and near to the Swedish västkustbor. Beautiful scenery, good ski system and decent snow as usual short of good and/or affordable restaurants on the slopes. Norwegians-sash! Tray lunch for family m three children go fast on a thousand patches.
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  • This place used to be great when I was younger,sadly this time there was a severe lack of snow which meant we just did one run down then bought a single ticket up. I the weather was perfect but sadly ...  more »
  • The slopes are either short or too hard for skiing. Get the chairlifts, but few people in the ground. Have tried Norefjell sometimes, but there are never any "hit".
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  • Angels in the snow! Took Norefjell Express from Liverpool yesterday, and the pga. torn Achilles-tendon left foot, I was a bit doubtful on going alone, but OK, I left. A wonderful day, the challenges started when the bus was was standing and spin up a bit at the halfway point, slipped backwards, and all were ordered out. Fair enough, for we could not possibly be far away from the track, so I sat down on the road, after a few kilometres, I was not very familiar anymore, and I had run too far, so I waved on a snow-tractor which came, and this very nice Guy asked me to add the equipment in the "tray" in front of, and drove me up again to the chair lift. offered possibilities to him money, but he wouldn't hear about even. A big thank you to this guy. Then, at the end of the day, I drove, of course, to the wrong ski-rental where the bus to Bærum was going to get me, got there that I had to up to the top again, but the elevator closed about 5. my. Made it exactly, but at the top, I was a bit disoriented, then the fog was thick, and it was about 10 meters, in front of. It is now 20. minutes to the bus goes, and I had little desire to stay out. In the elevator in front of me, it goes by 4. young girls, who looked like they had a clue, so I asked if they were known in the trails and explained that about how I had to find the way. They thought I hardly came to clear, so after a brief Council crafting amongst themselves, they asked me follow "she with the yellow jacket, as well as that one of they also followed behind. Through forest trails bar it, I face once, and was sitting well fixed in 1.5. metres snow. The girl who came back, eventually managed to get ripped me up on her feet again, and we drove on through the forest. A few minutes afterwards, "skidder" we right on the correct parking lot, with 3 minutes left. to the bus my to go. Want to correct a huge thank you, to those "Angels in the snow" Incredibly sweet and friendly, even has two daughters, somewhat younger than these, but I hope they grow up to be such that as these, and care when someone is in trouble. Had it not been for those, I had never come home. A wonderful positive experience all together, and it's good to know that there are people who actually care. Such is the get of on Tehran. New Norefjelltur is made. This time, not alone. Mvh. Steinar.
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  • For me the utter satisfaction. Everyone will find here my slope, whether on board or ski the slalom. Beautiful trails for cross-country skiers at an altitude of around 1000 m, so the snow a lot. Prices comparable to Austria.
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  • Small but nice
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  • Great place, lots of trails and magnificent slopes!
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  • Is really good with the new elevator and snow cannon site.
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