65 km of groomed cross-country ski trails
Trail map from skisporet.no
Haukeli has wonderful ski trails for training, but also just for enjoying the landscape on skis.
We have miles and miles of first class ski trails in varied terrain. The groomers are out early to make sure you have the best experience possible!
You can find cross-country ski trails both in the forest and up above the tree line.
In Vågslid and Edland there are trails with street lights for night skiing.
Areas to ski
The largest area of trails is located on the west side of road E-134 between Tyrvelid and Botn. The are many trails and round trips to choose from of varied lengths.
The high-mountain trails starts at the ski resort, Haukelifjell Skisenter. If you take the T-bar ski lift up to the top, the trails start there and goes in the direction towards Haukeliseter. The trail is not normally groomed all the way to Haukeliseter Fjellstue due to wild caribou. During Easter, however, the trail is groomed all the way between the ski resort and Haukeliseter.
In the town of Edland there are trails groomed forest trails which are partly lit at night. The trails are located on the south side of the river, Kjela, which goes through town. The trails are suitable for classic skiing as well as skating, and the lights are on until 10 p.m. in the winter.
The forest trails have more hills and will give you a good workout!
You can start from two different locations:
- Start by Sundflaten ski area. It is located off road E-134 by Velemoen camping. You will see the lights in the forest at night.
Take a left after the bridge and park by the river by the ski area.
- The second location you can start from is Edland Elementary School.
Maybe you can go for a swim in the pool at the school after skiing and use the shower facilities there?
The cross-country ski trail in Edland is 5 km long. It gets groomed, but not every day. Mostly it gets groomed during the week days for ski training or races for the local children.
At skisporet.no you can find updated information on groomed trails!