The best Ski Lodges in Norway
Here we list some of the best ski lodges in Norway,
giving you a heads up when planning your next Norwegian ski adventure.
Best ski lodges in Norway Photo - Tadas Dziautas - Visitnorway.com
Perched at the entrance to the Lyngen Fjord, the Arctic Panorama Lodge welcomes backcountry skiers and mountaineers of all levels. The Lyngen Alps offer the perfect playground, with the ski season running from the beginning of March until the middle of May.
The lodge, offers six double rooms with en-suite, central heating throughout, and stunning panoramic views of the mountains and fjord.
The Lyngen Lodge is “a concept lodge/hotel providing a complete Arctic experience all under one roof”. Catering for 16 guests with 8 en-suite bedrooms, facilities include a fully licensed bar, library room, sauna and outdoor hot tub.
With a stunning location, and a fantastic team, Lyngen Lodge will transport your senses on an unforgettable Arctic journey.
A traditional timber framed building used as a trading post by farmers and fishermen since the 1800’s, the Lofoten Lodge has been carefully and lovingly restored. A warm and welcoming atmosphere awaits with two lounges, a fireplace, and a bar.
The accommodation is housed in traditional Rorbuer fishermans cabins, each with their own fireplace and bathroom.
Skiing is one of the biggest attractions and motivations for the lodge existing. Lyngen Alps offer some of the best ski touring terrain around, with a typical season runs from November to May.
Summer sees the valleys turn lush green and the arrival of the midnight sun. The days are long and perfect for exploring with hiking, climbing and biking are all extremely popular in the area.
Phillipshaugen Lodge has sat at the foot of the mountains in Øksendal since 1899. Built by British entrepreneur Lort Phillips, the property has four buildings offering a variety of accommodation.
Single and double rooms are available with some en-suite and some utilising shared facilities. The exotic little Madagascar Cottage is available to rent and full-board options are provided in the restaurant.
First established in 1860 as a summer destination for tourists visiting the Fjords, Hotel Aak claims to be Norway’s first tourist hotel. More recently, the hotel has became hugely popular with back-country skiers looking to conquer the many peaks on it's doorstep. Perched beautifully in the scenic Romsdal Valley, less than 5 km from Åndalsnes, this historic hotel offers private rooms, a bar, sauna, and its own restaurant.
Built in 1889, Turtagrø has a rich tradition in skiing and mountaineering. From March until the middle of June, the hotel is popular with back country skiers conquering classic peaks such as Store Ringstind, and pushing the boundaries exploring new possibilities.
The main Lodge offers 16 en-suite double rooms, whilst the original swiss style chalet, offers a mix of 2, 4, and 6 bed rooms with shared bathrooms. There is also a restaurant, library, and cinema room available.
Make yourself right at home in this stress-free lodge where hosts Sigrid and Sander promise to show you the time of your life.
With four bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, living room and library this lodge is your home away from home. Situated in the centre of Sogndal offering guided tours to Jostedalsbreen, Hurrungane and the surrounding fjords.
The lodge offers year round gourmet dining in their award winning restaurant and in the months of April and May, you can experience Heli-skiing. Although not allowed in Norway, you will be airlifted with your own private mountain guide across the border into Sweden where you will drop out and enjoy the trip of a lifetime.
In summer, the area offers fantastic climbing and hiking routes for all abilities. The lodge can easily arrange guiding services