Narvikfjellet Ski Resort
The unique arctic ski resort
Narvikfjellet is situated 220 km north of the polar circle, three hours south from Tromsø and east of the Lofoten Island. Narvikfjellet ski resort is surrounded by high mountains, deep valleys, spectacular fjords, and a genuine arctic nature. These distinctive features allow us to offer you a wide range of experiences full of contrasts, all year round.
The polar darkness makes the first part of the season mysterious and different, as we illuminate the slopes with floodlights. Maybe you'll catch a glimpse of the northern lights? When the sun is back in February, the days get longer and the evenings brighter, and at the end of the season in May, we can even ski in the midnight sun.
In contrast to other ski resorts in Norway, Narvikfjellet is uniquely situated in the middle of the coastal town of Narvik. The city of Narvik has about 16,000 inhabitants, a rich cultural life and a wide selection of places to eat and sleep. During your stay in Narvik, you become part of the local environment, and can enjoy the city's urban facilities such as shopping, museums, cinema, bowling and library.
Free skiing mecca
Narvikfjellet Ski Resort has one of Scandinavia’s largest drop heights for both lift-based and off piste skiing, and offers 16 ski trails of varying difficulty levels, from family-friendly alpine slopes to fast-paced championship trails and beautiful off-piste terrain. In addition, the alpine resort has 6 ski lifts, including one modern 10-seater cable car, so you can easily reach the Mountain Restaurant 656 m and enjoy everything the ski resort has to offer.
The complete skiing experience
Narvikfjellet Ski Rental offers a wide range of ski- and snowboard equipment suitable for all levels and ages. You can choose from a wide selection of alpine skis, snowboards, split boards, randonnée skis, snowshoes and avalanche equipment. Increase your skiing skills and get better technique from one of our professional instructors either in a group or one to one.
Book a guide to get the most out of the skiing experience in Narvik, both in the groomed trail network and the off-piste areas. The food at the Mountain restaurant 656 m. tastes even better after a few hours of skiing, before ending the day on après ski in the festive way in Peisestua 656 m, or at the more chill lounge location Camp Lodge.
End the day with a good night's sleep in one of our design glass cabins in Camp 291, or ski straight to our new apartment hotel Basecamp Narvik, which opens in January 2024.
Ski pass and opening hours
Narvikfjellet Ski Resort also offers ski passes for both daily and seasonal use, so you can get the most out of your visit. The ski resort is open from Monday to Sunday. The opening hours vary depending on the season. You can find updated information on opening hours at Narvikfjellet.no.
What type of accommodation suits you best? Do you choose the design cabins in Camp 291, or a modern apartment in the new apartment hotel Basecamp Narvik (opening January 2024)? Both of which are located in the middle of Narvikfjellet. Or perhaps you prefer one of the city hotels close to the resort?
How to get here
Narvik is located in the heart of Nordland county, as a hub between Tromsø, Lofoten and Bodø. It is easy to travel to Narvik and Narvikfjellet by car, train, plane and bus. The nearest major airport is Harstad/Narvik airport Evenes, which is 50 minutes away from Narvik city by car or airport bus.
You can also travel to Narvik by train through Sweden (Ofotbanen), or by car via Europavei 6 (E6) if you come from the south from Bodø or from the north from Troms. If you are coming from Lofoten, or entering from the Swedish side, follow Europavei 10 (E10) until it meets the E6 towards Narvik.
If you are looking for a ski resort in Norway that offers a unique skiing experience, Narvikfjellet Ski Resort is the perfect choice.
• Number of slopes: 16 (9 of these are prepped)
• Season: December-May (low season dec-feb, high season feb-may)
• Number of lifts: 6 (3 drag lifts, 1 conveyor belt, 1 chair lift, 1 cable car)
• Combined ski slope length: 10 km
• Longest continual slope: 5 km
• Park: Yes, in the Family Slope
• Children’s area: Yes, Sneff Park with toys, obstacles and jumps
• Ski rental: Yes, alpine skis, freeride skis, snowboard, split boards, randonee equipment,
• avalanche equipment, helmets, poles.
• Restaurant: Yes, Narvikfjellet Restaurant 656 m, all rights.
• Accommodation in the resort: Yes, rental cabins (+ Apartment hotel Jan 24)
• Ski shop: Yes, sale of alpine skiing goggles, gloves, hats, helmets, some clothing
• Ski school/skiing instructor: Yes, online booking
• Ski guide: Yes, online booking
• Ski service: Yes
• Parking: Yes
• Parking for campers: Yes, with electricity, service building, and an emptying station.
For rates, visit our website Narvikfjellet.no.