Clients will be accommodated at the Wadahl Høgfjellshotell in the village of Gålå. This modern and well appointed hotel is situated in the mountains of Gudbransdal and has stunning views of the peaks of both the Rondane and Jotunheimen National Parks.
It is a high quality family run hotel, very comfortable, with excellent cuisine and in the heart of one of the top Norwegian cross-country skiing areas, surrounded by excellent tracks. The rooms are all en-suite, with telephones and televisions. The hotel has a good swimming pool, a bar and excellent, modern conference facilities. Wireless connection for laptop computers is available free of charge to clients.
For further information on the Wadahl Høgfjellshotell: www.wadahl.no
N- 2646 Gålå I Gudbransdalen
Tel: 0047 6129 75 00
Nights 1 and 2 are spent at the Dalseter Høyfjellshotell (www.dalseter.no) in Espedalen. This is a family-run hotel boasting stunning views over the Jotunheim Mountains.
Night 3 is spent at the Fefor Høgfellshotell (www.fefor.no). It was here that Captain Scott spent his last winter preparing for that fateful expedition to Antarctica.
Nights 4 and 7 are spent at our partner hotel, the Wadahl Høgfjellshotell (www.wadahl.no) in the attractive mountain village of Gålå. Incidentally, this is also the base for all our Skills Holidays and our Telemark Course.
We spend nights 5 and 6 at Lauvåsen (www.lauvaasen.net). Built originally as a hunting lodge in 1898, the Lauvåsen Fjellstue has had many uses over the years, including that of a registered clinic for asthmatics. It has now been converted into very comfortable, yet traditional, accommodation with its own high quality restaurant.
On the last day we ski back to Wadahl.
Nights 1 and 2 are spent at the renovated Sjusjøen Høgfjellshotell, (www.Sjusjøenhotell.no) in the hills 16kms above Lillehammer. The hotel has its own swimming pool.
Our accommodation for night 3 is the Hornsjø Høyfjellshotell, (www.hornsjoe.com) a high mountain hotel, situated on the northern edge of the Sjusjøen arena in grand scenery. The hotel has its own swimming pool.
We spend nights 4, 5 and 6 at the Nordseter Sportell (www.booking.com/Nordseter-Sportell). This is a privately owned apartment hotel, very comfortable, with a good swimming pool and private restaurant.
For nights 7 we stay at the 5 star SAS Radisson hotel (www.radissonblu.com/lillehammer) on the edge of Lillehammer. The hotel has all the facilities expected of a 5 star hotel including a pool.
For this holiday our clients will be accommodated in the Nordseter Fjellpark Sportell. This top quality hotel is just 12km from Lillehammer. Recently renovated throughout, all rooms feature mountain views or (in summer) lakes. A private bathroom, TV and electric kettle are standard in all. The hotel has its own bakery and restaurant, whilst a sauna and access to a very attractive indoor swimming pool are included in the price. Free WIFI is available throughout.
Further detailed information on travel, accommodation and insurance is available in our Information Pack and will be sent to clients on request, or on receipt of a Booking Proforma (by post) or an Enquiry Form (by e-mail). The Nordic Challenge office will offer advice and assistance to all clients making their own travel arrangements.