Ski slopes at Grong Skisenter
The Ski park at Grong Skisenter is a purpose-built area with rails, jumps and boxes for skiing and snowboarding. There is lighting and music in the evenings.
Barneland (children’s land) is situated at the bottom of Grong Skisenter. The area is suitable for the youngest visitors and has a gentle slope and a slow lift that is easy to get on and off.
For those who want bigger slopes than Barneland offers, the Family slope is adjacent. Young and old skiers alike can have fun on the slopes and in the ski café. Barneland and the family slope are both floodlit when the resort is open in the evening.
Super’n is 1.7 km long and is regarded by many as the best ski run at Grong Skisenter. The “Paradistrekket” ski lift at the north of the resort takes you to the top. This lift takes approx. 10 minutes. When you reach the top, you can choose between several runs, as well as the ski trail that leads across Mount Geitfjellet.
Super’n is classed as a red trail, meaning it is moderately demanding. However, for the less experienced skier this run may be perceived as more demanding than for instance the family slope.
The southern part of Grong Skisenter is the oldest part of the resort. This is where you will find Ekspert’n (black trail) and the Geitfjell trail. The Ola lift provides easy access to several runs that lead northwards, as well as the trail across the mountain. A separate toboggan run is situated near the Ola lift and the toboggans may be loaned near the lift operator’s hut.
Buy lift passes for Grong Skisenter online
Grong Skisenter sells everything from days passes (separate lift passes for children) to passes valid for several days in addition to various types of season passes. Click on this link for a full overview of the various lift passes and prices at Grong Skisenter. The passes may be purchased online.
Ski rental at Grong Skisenter
If you don’t have your own skis, Bjørgan Sportssenter rents out ski gear at Grong Skisenter. You can choose between carving skis, Telemark skis, snowboards and snowblades. Boots, poles and helmets are also available for rental, and you have the option of renting gear for several days at a time.
Click on this link for a full overview and price list for ski rental at Grong Skisenter.
Accommodation at Grong Skisenter
If you want to spend several days at Grong Skisenter, it may be necessary to arrange accommodation. You can choose between cabins and apartments located right near the slopes, some of which are even “ski in – ski out”.
Read more about the various accommodation options near the ski slopes at Grong and book your next skiing holiday at Grong Skisenter.
You can also see updated information about the conditions at Grong Skisenter on skiinfo.no.
Information about Grong and Namdalen
Grong is situated in Namdalen in Nord-Trøndelag, in an area that is ideal for outdoor recreation all year round. The most popular activities here include hiking, hunting, fishing and skiing.
Click on this link to read about getting to Namdalen.
Read more about what you can experience in Grong and the rest of the Namdal region.
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