Transfer from Oslo to Hafjell
Hafjell is the third largest ski resort after Hemsedal and Trysil in the country. The slopes are long, wide and picturesque. In Norway, the seasons last the longest in Europe: tourists ski from the end of November to mid-April.
For lovers of outdoor activities, there are more than 47 kilometers of green, blue, red and black tracks. For snowboarders built several snowparks: Main Park, Backyard and Railgarden. For children On a slope, children's ski schools work every day, where instructors conduct individual and group classes. On the territory of Hafjell, the SkiMuvi system is installed, which allows you to measure and record the speed of movement on the tracks.
The resort has all the conditions for a varied and active recreation. You can ride a sleigh, dog sledding or cross-country skiing, visit the spa or go to the pool.
Hafjell is located 205 kilometers from Oslo. From here it is most convenient to begin your journey to the resort. Use the options presented in the table.
How to get from Oslo to Hafjell?
- By bus (3 hours)
From the city bus station, twice a day, Nor-Way Bussekspress buses run in the direction of Hafjell.
- By train (2 hours 31 minutes)
From the train station in Oslo every hour there is a train number R10. You need to get off at Lillehammer station, and from there book a transfer to Hafjell.
- Rent a car (2 hours 10 minutes)
If you don’t want to search for suitable public transport or get to the resort with transfers, rent a car. Plan yourself route and enjoy the journey.
- On transfer (2 hours)
For those who value their time and comfort, we recommend ordering a transfer from Oslo to Hafjell via GetTransfer.com. Choose a class of car on the site and be sure that the driver will arrive on time.