Take a break from the stress of eveyday life, and treat you body and soul to the true pleasure of winter. Whether you prefer walking in high mountain terrain or spending a quit afthernoon visiting an art gallery, a day skiing on the mountain
or enjoying a film at the cinema, a trip to the area's swimming facilities or an exellent meal at one of the fine restaurants - Lillehammer is the location. It's up to you.
Immediately above the town are the Olympic ski jumps, and beyond them the high moorland where the Olympic Nordic events were held, and where limitless cross-country trails lead to Nordseter and Sjusjøen - or as far afield as you can go. This is some of the best cross-country terrain in Norway, with 350km of well prepared ski tracks.
Downtown you will find the Lillehammer Art Museum, one of Norway's leading museum of visual arts, with significant works by Norwegian artist. The Lillehammer Art Museum served as a cultural venue during the XV11 Olympic Winter Games in 1994.
The city's biggest attraction is the Sandvig Collection at Maihaugen, which ranks as the largest open-air museum in Europe and houses 175 buildings plus more than 40000 objects. Maihaugen presents a rural society through churces, homes, farmyards and tools from the Gudbrandsdalen valley.
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Lillehammer Skifestival - World Cup
c/o TS Forum AS
N-2601 Lillehammer, Norway
Telephone: +47 61 28 73 37
Fax: +47 61 28 73 30
Accomodations, Lillehammer Area
Bjørns Kro & Motell
Comfort Home Hotell Hammer
Radisson SAS Lillehammer Hotell
Current World Cup Standings:
FIS Points & Standings: Nordic Combined, Jumping and Cross Country