Why Beitostølen

  • Great nature with hiking and activities all throughout the year
  • 900 m altitude with splendid view to the Jotunheimen National Park
  • Great snow conditions: Beitostølen is located 900 meter above sea level, we usually have snow from 10th November until 1st May.
  • One ski pass for two ski areas: The ski lifts are located in the village center and our slopes are great for children, beginners and families. Our other ski area – the alpine center – offers more challenging slopes.
  • Idyllic mountain village with high quality accommodation and “everything” within walking distance.
  • 45 minutes from airport.

4 great seasons

Beitostolen has a typical Norwegian mountain climate that varies with the seasons. Beitostølen’s goal is to be Norway’s best year-round resort with captivating activities for the whole family during all 4 seasons.

The skiing

320 km cross country ski trails, snow park, lifts, family-friendly slopes, a large variety family-friendly activities, challenging slopes await you. Here you do not need a car. In the mountain village of Beitostolen you have walking distance to everything; walking distance to the slopes, trails, dining experiences, cultural activities, entertainment and anything else adults and children dream of.

Slopes for everyone

We are known for our family friendly slopes, but you find challenging slopes in Raudalen right across the valley. Two of the ski slopes are lit, and some evening the keenest skiers run long after the sun has set.

Welcome to our fiendly, laid-back atmosphere.

Resort

Situated in the very heart of Norway, with wonderful views over the Jotunheimen National Park, Beitostølen is a truly unspoiled – and unique – mountain village. Families are particularly well catered for at Beitostølen, and due to the unique range of activities on offer, the resort is an excellent choice for parents and children alike.

BEITOSTØLEN FOR FAMILIES

When it comes to convenience you can’t beat the mountain village Beitostølen – 45 mins from the airport, all the accommodation really close to the ski school and lifts. Families love it because of this, the gentle ski terrain and the wide array of winter activities – it’s impossible for kids to get bored here.

It’s also wonderful for those learning to ski – there are great value learn to ski packages and the wide, long green runs are perfect for practising. The cosy ski village at the base of the slopes has all you need – 3 supermarkets, a couple of ski and souvenir shops, a handful of restaurants and some welcoming bars and pubs. Once you’ve visited this charming Norwegian resort it’ll be hard not to return.

Things to do

Beitostolen prides itself on their huge array of activities. We put together a weekly events calendar with things to do on each day, some of which are free.

Winter sports

Winter sports

Winter activities without skis: We offer many fun activities that do not involve skis, eg. dog sledding, tobogganing, horseback riding, snowmobiling, snow rafting, try your luck at ice fishing or have an adventurous night out in nature with Lavvu and good food over open fires.

Summer sports

Summer sports

Explore Jotunheimen in the summer when the sun melts away the snow, revealing a stunning scenery cut out of a Norwegian folk tale!

Relax and spa

Relax and spa

We offer a SPA and fitness center and the largest swimming pool 25 x 12.5 in a mountain resort in Norway. A great variety of shopping possibilities in the village.

Getting there

Situated in the very heart of Norway, with wonderful views over the Jotunheimen National Park, Beitostølen is a truly unspoiled – and unique – mountain village. Families are particularly well catered for at Beitostølen, and due to the unique range of activities on offer, the resort is an excellent choice for parents and children alike.

BEITOSTØLEN FOR FAMILIES

When it comes to convenience you can’t beat the mountain village Beitostølen – 45 mins from the airport, all the accommodation really close to the ski school and lifts. Families love it because of this, the gentle ski terrain and the wide array of winter activities – it’s impossible for kids to get bored here.

It’s also wonderful for those learning to ski – there are great value learn to ski packages and the wide, long green runs are perfect for practising. The cosy ski village at the base of the slopes has all you need – 3 supermarkets, a couple of ski and souvenir shops, a handful of restaurants and some welcoming bars and pubs. Once you’ve visited this charming Norwegian resort it’ll be hard not to return.

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