What to do in the Lillehammer area

What to do in the Lillehammer area

Cross-country Skiing

Alpine - Hafjell - Hafjell Alpine Centre

Alpine - Kvitfjell, Skeikampen skiing terrain

Horse sleigh riding

Dog sleigh riding

Tobogganing

Lillehammer Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track

Rafting

Horseback Riding

Glacier trekking

Canoeing and biking

Fishing

Elk / moose safari

Walking

Miscellaneous

Lillehammer Downhill and Bobsleigh Simulator
Tel: 61 25 11 40
Experience downhill skiing and bobsledding the way the athletes did during the 1994 Olympics. Technology previously reserved for pilots and astronauts now combines the movements of a flight simulator with a large-screen film presentation, creating an exceptional and realistic experience. The simulator is located in the Olympic Park between Håkon Hall and Kristin Hall. It has 12 seats and the «trip» takes five minutes.

Opening hours:
Daily 11.00-16.00
Prices: Adults NOK 35.-. Children NOK 25.-. Groups NOK 25.- per person (min. 10 persons).
Bookings outside of regular opening hours by fax +47 - 61 26 46 90.

The Snowman Club
The Snowman Club is located at the Skileik (ski playground) arena, an area specially designed for children. Ski race for kids every weekend, with diplomas and surprises for all participants. The Snowman Club meets at Gaiastova on Saturdays, and at the Lower Station on Wednesdays 10.30-14.30.

Activities in the Øyerfjellet mountains
Øyer Fjellstue (mountain lodge) offers ski lessons (Cross-country and slalom), as well as a number of other activities every week for guests and others living in the area.

Guided tours. Demonstration of hunting traps. Ski trips w/hunting traps/barbecuing, etc. Demonstration of ski clothes / ski waxing. Ice fishing. Slide presentation. "Learn to build an igloo". Kids' evening with lots of fun. "Extreme trips" for daredevils. Bus tour of the Olympic arenas.

Activities for both young and old. Weekly Events Programme available at Øyer Fjellstue, Tel: 61 27 82 37.
Fun activities and What to do in the Lillehammer area



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