Sunday, December 16, 2007

Your Norwegian snowguide: www.skiinfo.no




















In quest for snow? Looking for the best pistes? Planning to visit the Alps? Let me give you another idea. Travel to the Norwegian mountains. At http://www.skiinfo.no/index.jsp you can find snow reports, last minute offers, events - all in the main European languages. Have a look.


For many, there has been no other alternatives than the alps, but with increasing competition in the air, there are other options for you to discover.

With Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair, and Sterling, there are departures from an increasing number of airports in Europe to destinations in Norway, often at very good prices. From Oslo and the other main Norwegian cities there are good public transportation to many of the ski resorts. I leave for Trysil to stay with friends to celebrate the New Year. A great place to be and you are guaranteed snow and good conditions.

At www.skiinfo.no, you get information on conditions from resorts from Alta in the North to Hovden in Bykle, in the South of Norway, current weather and for the coming five days, accommodation - regular and last minute offers. You will find a good presentation of the resorts, facts, ticket prices, nearest airports and more, and you can have a peak through one of the numerous web cams.

This is a very good website that offers information on European resorts as well, so you can even compare conditions.

So browse through www.skiinfo.no, available for foreign snow lovers in French, Spanish, German, Danish, Swedish, Italian, and Dutch. Good luck!!

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