Skeikampen Alpine Centre has 11 lifts (incl. 2 carpet lifts) and 21 runs – covering an impressive 21 kilometres in total. Children have their own area with lifts and slopes suitable for the very young, and there is also a new, modern terrain park available. Skeikampen Alpine Centre forms part of Lillehammer Ski Resorts.

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Estimated opening date is 12 November 2016.

During the season, Skeikampen Alpine Centre is open from 09.30 to 16.00 daily (on Christmas Eve, December 24th, we close at 14.00).

There is evening skiing during Christmas on 28/12/16 and 30/12/2016 from 17.30 to 20.00. From 03/01/2017 to 16/03/2017, we are open for evening skiing every Tuesday and Thursday from 17.30 to 20.00.

Skeikampen Alpine Centre – facts & figures
The alpine centre is located less than 35 minutes from Lillehammer, and offers modern and family-friendly skiing. It has a long history, and the first lift opened in 1959.

Number of lifts: 9
Carpet lifts: 2
Chairlifts: 2
Capacity per hour: 10 000
Number of runs: 21v
Green: 5
Blue: 6
Red: 7
Black: 3
Longest run: 2500 m
Total km, runs: 21 km
Highest point: 1123 m.a.s.l.
Difference in altitude: 350 m
Terrain park: Yes
Snow cannons: Yes
Cafés/ski lounges: 4
Ski school, all disciplines: Yes
Evening skiing: Yes
Children's area: Yes

Tel: +47 61 05 95 03
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Lillehammer Ski Resort (LSR)

Lillehammer Ski Resort is a collaboration between 5 alpine centres – Skeikampen, Hafjell, Kvitfjell, Gålå, and Sjusjøen – all located within easy reach of the winter sport destination Lillehammer. A lift pass purchased at any of the 5 centres provides access to 92 downhill runs – totalling 117 km slopes, 45 lifts, and 6 terrain parks.

Distance between Skeikampen and the other four centres
Skeikampen - Kvitfjell 40 km
Skeikampen - Hafjell 40 km
Skeikampen - Sjusjøen 60 km
Skeikampen - Gålå 75 km