SkiStar Norway welcomes you to memorable mountain experiences without corona restrictions: it’s time to book your ski holiday

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It’s high season for all ski enthusiasts who want to get to the mountains to enjoy the long-awaited days of skiing. Since February 12, the Norwegian government has lifted the corona restrictions. This means everything is in place for SkiStar Trysil and Hemsedal, the most popular part of the season, and according to the positive weather report for the next few days there is also plenty of snow to be expected. If you haven’t already booked your ski holiday for this season, now is the time to do so.

“Exactly what the doctor ordered! Ensuring our guests have a memorable experience with us is always the top priority. We can now offer a complete and comprehensive winter holiday experience, with activities such as a Valle Show for the little ones. We are also extremely happy that after two years we can have après-ski again. It will be a dream ski holiday”, says Gudrun Sanaker Lohne, destination manager at SkiStar Trysil.

Fresh powder, brighter days, longer opening hours and good accommodation
The best part of the season has come when the days clear up and the opening hours are extended. Weather reports for the coming week also look promising, predicting a fair amount of snowfall.

“We had a long-awaited arrival of snow last night, and over the next few days we expect yet another amount in line with the weather forecast. And for those who want to take advantage of the good conditions: we have some lovely latest – minute offers for those who want to go to the mountains this winter and who still have time off around Easter,” says Andreas Smith-Erichsen, Destination Manager at SkiStar Hemsedal. But you will have to be quick, because these offers will quickly be torn from the shelves, he adds.

FACTS:
Browse last minute deals for your winter vacation on skistar.com

TRYSIL
SkiStar Trysil opening hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily.
– Morning skiing at Høgegga: 07:00-09:00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays until April 23.
– Non-stop skiing on certain lighted slopes: 9am-8pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until April 13.
– Activities at SkiStar Trysil
– More on Trysil: Trysil.com

HEMSEDAL
SkiStar Hemsedal opening hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily.
– Morning skiing: 7.30am-9am every Saturday until March 26. NB: March 12, no morning skiing due to Hemsedal Up’n Down. It will take place on March 13 instead.
– Night skiing: Fridays from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. until March 26.
– Non-stop skiing: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays until March 23.
– Activities at SkiStar Hemsedal
– More in Hemsedal: Hemsedal.com

SkiStar has digitized several of its services to make the customer experience more fluid and efficient. Among other things, check-in/check-out is digital. We also encourage everyone to buy/load their SkiPass on the SkiStar app or on skistar.com. This is the most affordable and fastest option.

Information on the corona situation and its implications in Norway at the moment:
skistar.com/corona
The Norwegian government

Ski Star in brief:

SkiStar AB (publ) is listed on the Mid Cap List of the Nasdaq Stock Exchange in Stockholm. The Group owns and operates alpine ski resorts in Sälen, Vemdalen, Åre and Hammarbybacken (Stockholm) in Sweden and Hemsedal and Trysil in Norway. The business is divided into three segments: operation of ski resorts, development and operation of properties and operation of hotels. As the leading holiday tour operator in Scandinavia, SkiStar’s business concept is to create memorable mountain experiences, develop sustainable destinations, offer the highest quality accommodation, activities, products and services in focusing on our customers. For more information, visit www.skistar.com/en/corporate

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