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Fefor Hotel, Fefor

Highlands – a cross-country skier’s paradise
Holiday information
Nights: 7
Meals: dinner, breakfast, lunch pack & afternoon tea every day
Start: 22-30 Dec Sat/Sun; all other dates any day
Extras: free use of cross-country trails
Cross-country: improvers, intermediates & advanced
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This Holiday in a nutshell
  • first-rate cross-country trails from the door
  • historic mountain hotel
  • wide-ranging leisure facilities
  • beautiful scenery

In the heart of highland Norway, amid the mountains described so lyrically by Henrik Ibsen in his epic poem about the adventures of his legendary hero, Peer Gynt, is this deeply traditional upland valley and the small settlement of Fefor. It is an area of outstanding beauty between the awesome Jotunheimen Mountains and the Rondane National Park.

If you’ve tried cross-country skiing before and the idea of full days on the trails followed by a good dinner and bed sounds like bliss, this is the place for you! This is ‘pure Norway’ – a typical wooden hotel surrounded by rolling fells.
Rebecca Bruce, Inntravel snow holiday expert

The Fefor Hotel’s secluded position above a lake in its own woodland dale is magnificent, with miles of cross-country trails from the door which invite you to explore this beautiful, white wilderness. A cross-country skier’s paradise this may be, but there is much more to this place...although the phrase ‘winter wonderland’ is much over-used, it can easily be applied to Fefor without the merest hint of exaggeration.

The enviable location of the hotel is complemented by the tranquil, relaxed atmosphere, a great sense of history – Captain Scott stayed here in 1891 to train for his Arctic expeditions – proud traditions of hospitality, and excellent facilities which rival those of any modern hotel and provide plenty to do on your return from the trails.

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