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Skiing is Norway's national sport and a natural part of the country’s history, culture and traditions. It is also many Norwegians’ favourite means of appreciating the spectacular and unspoilt mountain landscape in the winter.

Whichever resort you choose to visit, you can expect a warm welcome from the friendly locals, most of whom speak excellent English. You will be hard pressed to find a more family-friendly ski destination than Norway, with free lift passes for children under seven years (provided that they wear a helmet) and widely available crèches, nannies and English speaking instructors.

Norway’s ski resorts are pleasantly uncrowded compared to many large resorts in Europe, with a distinct lack of long queues. All offer modern skiing equipment and fast lifts. The slopes suit all levels, from beginners to advanced skiers.

There is also plenty other winter activities to enjoy – who can resist snowshoeing, ice fishing, horse-drawn sleighs, ice climbing or dog sledding?

The season typically lasts for six months with reliable snow conditions throughout the period. Most resorts open in November – some already in October – and the snow remains light, powdery and deep well into May.

You will also find a wide range of excellent accommodation options, from ski-in/ski-out chalets to luxury hotels. And remember that Norway is easy to get to – just a two-hour flight from the UK.

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