Skeikampen has been a snow sports hub since the late 1800s. Today the modern resort offers more than 20 kilometres of groomed downhill trails, including family-friendly trails and exhilarating runs for advanced skiers. In addition to downhill slopes, Skeikampen offers more than 600 kilometres of cross-country ski trails. Two terrain parks will challenge you with jumps and rails.
Spring snowmelt sees Skeikampen transform into an outdoor playground. There are dozens of well-marked hiking trails to explore, including the eight-kilometre Skeikampen Rundt trail. Great for families, it features gently sloping terrain and beautiful views.
From the 1,123-metre-high summit of Skeikampen mountain, you can enjoy sweeping views over the surrounding peaks. On a clear day, you can also make out the shimmering water of Mjøsa, one of the largest lakes in Norway. At 900 metres above sea level, Skeikampen’s 18-hole golf course is one of the highest in Norway. Enjoy emerald-green fairways and spectacular alpine views.
Skeikampen is compact and easy to get around on foot. The resort is a three-hour drive from Oslo and 30 minutes from Lillehammer. Trains run between Lillehammer and Oslo in around two hours. Oslo Airport is a three-hour drive away.