Winter in Lillehammer

Tourism in Lillehammer

Lillehammer (26.300 inhabitants), located on the northern shore of Mjøsa, Norway's largest lake, is Norway's oldest ski resort.
Lillehammer (26.300 inhabitants), located on the northern shore of Mjøsa, Norway's largest lake, is Norway's oldest ski resort. It was the 1994 Winter Olympics that placed the Lillehammer region on the international "tourist map".

Lillehammer combines tradition and modern activities and services. You will find excellent museums and galleries, Olympic venues, a large number of restaurants and wide selection of shops and accommodation.

The Lillehammer region is also famous for its ski terrain and excellent winter sport facilities. Nearby at Nordseter and Sjusjøen, you will find the best network of cross-country ski trails in Northern Europe, comprising 350 km. The excellent ski centre is located at Hafjell, 15 minutes away by ski bus, and offers a mountain village feel with full amenities and ski in/out accommodation.


The Tourist Information Office in Lillehammer is located at the Railway Station.

Address: Jernbanetorget 2, 2609 Lillehammer, Norway

E-mail: info@lillehammer.com

Telephone: +47 61 28 98 00

Fax +47 61 28 98 01