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Slaatta Skisenter - Geilo Snowsports

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Slaatta Skisenter - Geilo Snowsports

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Timrehaugvegen 34, Geilo 3580 Norway
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Private day tour - Bergen to Oslo - incl Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway
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Private day tour - Bergen to Oslo - incl Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway

This legendary tour takes you through some of Norway's most beautiful Fjord scenery. You will experience the breathtaking Flåm Railway, high mountains and valleys with Bergen Railway, the narrow and dramatic UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord, the picturesque Aurlandsfjord, the amazing view from Stegastein and a car trip through the beautiful scenery of Western Norway. From May to September the road trip includes the steep hairpin curves of Stalheimskleiva. The tour ends at Oslo Central Station 10.30 PM
$992.18 per adult
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Scarrowmanwick wrote a review Mar 2020
Carlisle, United Kingdom70 contributions52 helpful votes
We used Slaata’s ski rental service for a week. The multi hire, allowing us to alternate between downhill and Nordic skis was fantastic value, especially as the weather was a bit mixed. When it was bad we took to the trails so none of our holiday was wasted. We also took the Tuesday night Cross country taster course which was absolutely brilliant. I’m ashamed to say that I’ve forgotten the instructors name but he was a great teacher and taught us all a huge amount in a short time. It gave us enough skill to feel confident to do some enjoyable trips. Highly recommended. Thanks.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Thomas J wrote a review Feb 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark369 contributions22 helpful votes
The place is very good for beginners. My son had never tried skiing before. There was a beginners area with a “conveyor belt” to pull you up. Very practical for novis skiers to try it out before using the “plate lift” to go higher up the mountain.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gonkie wrote a review Jan 2020
Maidstone, United Kingdom55 contributions39 helpful votes
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We spent a week using this ski resort and loved it.. All of the staff at the hire center and cafe were friendly and helpful. The ski instructors were very knowledgeable and not too pushy. We all made improvements at or different levels from great instruction. The wait for the ski lift was only 5-10 minutes during the week. At the weekend this took longer, it took 10-15 minutes, which is still not very long. There's a good range of nursery slopes for children and beginners and also some good long runs further up the mountain for the intermediate skiers. The only negative is that there is only 1 ski buss that goes back to Bardola hotel at 3:25pm. If you want to leave before that then you will have to walk or get a taxi. The walk took us about half an hour on ice with a 5 year old. I'm sure it could be walked in 10-15 minutes normally.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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brighton-england wrote a review Jan 2020
Hove, United Kingdom249 contributions43 helpful votes
We only hired a couple of sledges but they were a good price and the lady was very friendly and spoke good English, from what we saw in the shop and outside they looked very professional but cannot say for sure
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Nan B wrote a review Jan 2020
Beckenham, United Kingdom16 contributions
We came here as we wanted better snow than many of the Italian/French resorts can provide. Sadly the wind has meant that some days many of the lifts were closed but even on these days there were still plenty of skiing on offer at Slaata. Great cafe and staff on the lifts were very helpful. When all the lifts were open there was the opportunity to ski over to other parts of Geilo which was good fun. Great for intermediate skiers (some of the blue runs are hard for beginners, especially when windy). There are also other activities to do such as cross country skiing and snow mobiles. We will definitely be back!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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