Opening hours 2023-2024

25.11 - 31.03 (Christmas eve closed) Saturday and Sunday 10-16
Christmas Holiday (26.12-01.01) Every  day 10-16
Week 7, 8 og 9 (10.02-03.03) Every day 10-16
Easter (23.03-31.03) Every day 10-16
Evenings in Skisenteret (02.01-19.03) Tuesday and Friday 17.30-20.30

Ski pass prices 2023/24

Code of conduct for alpine skiing

It is important to familiarize yourself with the code of conduct for alpine skiing before you get on the slopes. If your have children in your party, remember to also review the rules with them.

Use your head and helmet, be considerate of other skiers and snowboarders and follow the rules in the code:

  1. Responsibility to avoid injury

You must act in such a way that you do not harm yourself or others.You must at all times have the necessary control over the ski/snowboard equipment and you are responsible for preventing the equipment from causing damage to people or property.

  1. Adjust your speed according to the conditions

You must ski in a controlled manner and adapt your speed and style to your skills, terrain, conditions and traffic.

  1. Duty to give way

If you come from behind, you are responsible for ski in such a way that you do not risk colliding with other people.

  1. Overtaking/downhill skiing

You can overtake another skier or snowboarder provided they have sufficient space for both controlled and uncontrolled movements. It is not permitted to ski straight ahead, except for organised training.

  1. Starting, entering or turn up a slope

If you enter or turn up a slope, you must ensure that you do so without endangering yourself or others. The same applies to skiing or stopping.

  1. Stopping on the slopes

Unless absolutely necessary, avoid stopping on the descent in narrow places or places with limited visibility. After a fall in an area as described above, move away as quickly as possible.

  1. On foot on the slopes

If you are on foot, use only the outer edges.

  1. Respect signage and markings

Follow signs, markings and instructions.

  1. Help in case of accidents

In the event of injury, every skier or snowboarder has a duty to help.

  1. Identification

In the case of injuries and accidents, witnesses and contributors to the incident have a duty to disclose personal data.

It is not permitted to stay at the ski resort outside of the opening hours. This can endanger life as there is ongoing plant work with snow production and preparation.

Alpine skiing is associated with a degree of risk. Drugs and skiing don't mix. Violation of the rules may result in expulsion from the establishment.

  1. Stop at the outer edge of the hill. Don't sit or lie around on the slopes.
  2. The use of snowboard leash is mandatory and the leash should be attached to the front leg.
  3. The board should be carried with the leash attached to the leg.
  4. Wear a helmet and wrist guards to reduce the risk of injury.
  5. Look around and make sure it's clear before changing direction.
  6. The rear foot should be unattached from the binding when riding a ski lift or chairlift.
  7. When loosening the leash, lay the board with the binding side down in the snow.

Please note that the "10 alpine ski rules" also apply to snowboarding.