Cross-country skiing near Geilo
Dagalifjell mountain plateau in Norway
The 160 km long network of cross-country trails located around Dagali is maintained by Dagalifjell Løypelag and Dagali sti- og løypelag. The team creates the best possible ski trail network on Dagalifjell for the funds that are available.
Easy start at Dagali Fjellpark
The ski lift takes you up to the mountains
You can start your cross-country skiing trip from Dagali Fjellpark. Take the ski lift and be quickly up in the mountains. The extensive network of ski tracks with the stunning view makes Dagalifjell one of the most beautiful cross country ski areas in Norway.
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Vipps number #715179 (Dagalifjellets Vel)
Choose from 160 km of ski trails
Check the current conditions on Skisporet.no. On skisporet.no you will find the map of the trails, together with current information about all cross country ski trails and when they last time have been groomed.
Dagalifjell mountains offer fantastic opportunities for cross-country skiing. Whether you are a group of friends, a company trip, a school trip, a couple, a family or a solo traveller, Dagalifjell create a friendly atmosphere for your cross country ski holiday.
You will find easy family tracks in relatively flat terrains, but also uphills challenging even for experienced cross country skiers who enjoy longer day tours in beautiful, wild landscapes. Some of the trails at Dagalifjell mountain plateau offer magnificent views.
Rent all you need at Dagali Fjellpark
The ski rental offers cross-country skiing equipment for adults.
The smallest shoe size is 36.
Prices: (a) adults = ski 160 cm +, (c) children
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Enjoy fun at Dagali Fjellpark after the trip
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Accommodation in the middle of the cross-country trail network
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Dagalifjell is a paradise for cross-country skiers
Dagalifjell Løypelag and Dagali sti- og løyelag look after a nice variety of well groomed cross-country trails at Dagalifjell. You can ski from Dagali to Vasstulan via multiple trails.
Dagalifjell is a ski paradise with a quantum of well-groomed trails. The quality of the Dagalifjell cross country arena is mainly based on these parameters:
- the trail length – the length of the cross-country skiing tracks is constantly increasing,
- the type of tracks – modernization, renovation, adaptation for present trends and new styles,
- the length of the season – this is affected by soon and frequently groomig,
- how often the tracks are maintained,
Safety in the mountains
Read more about Dagalifjell
Dagalifjell is a mountain plateau located short way from Hardangervidda National Park, Norway, between Dagali and Uvdal. The area is divided into western and eastern parts by the Dagalivegen road.
The western part of Dagalifjell
The western part is represented by a distinctive ridge that extends from Perstulhovda (1145 m) on north, to Sigridfjell (1231 m) and the highest peak above Vasstulan – Djupegrønuten (1237 m). The relatively flat terrain of the high mountain plateau is typical by the presence of numerous lakes (Storåstjønne, Fyritjønne, Nordre and Søre Kroktjønne). On the west, Dagalifjell is bounded by the Tøddøla river valley.
The eastern part of Dagalifjell
The eastern part of Dagalifjell mountain plateau stretches up to about 5 – 10 km away from the Dagalivegen road. Also this part of the plateau is characterized by many lakes – Torsetvatnet, Steinsetdalsvatnet, Prestdalsvatnet or Løytetjønn. Over the terrain of the typical mountain plateau landscape, the distinctive hills rise – Rjupehovda (1144 m), Steindalsheie (1321 m) or Fjellbunuten (1340 m) – the highest mountain peak of Dagalifjell.
The northern part of Dagalifjell
The northern border of Dagalifjell mountain plateau is represented by the beautiful valley of the Numedalslågen river, which is famous for some of the best conditions for rafting in Norway.
The northern mountain ridge of the area is formed by Djupeskard (1264 m) on west, Perstulhovda (1145 m), the location of Dagali Fjellpark Ski Center with 5 northern oriented ski slopes and the special sled run, and Hagasetåsen (1088 m) on east. The imaginary border further west is formed by a chain of lakes – Leiråvatnet, Bergsjø or Frygnevatn.
The southern part of Dagalifjell
On the south, the large Uvdal valley, with Uvdal alpinsenter, forms the border of Dagalifjell. On its way north from Uvdal across Dagalifjell, the Dagalivegen road first overcomes an impressive 400-meter elevation to finally meet Vasstulan.