Ski Norway

Narvik Ski Resort Guide

Ski Norway

Narvik Ski Resort Guide

Narvik Ski Resort Guide

satelite dish, spitsbergen 80 degrees north, Narvik photo


Photo credit: wobbie

breakfast, spitsbergen 80 degrees north, Narvik photo


Photo credit: wobbie

Slope Stats

  • 1002m

  • 875m

  • 127m

  • Acres of ski:1816
  • Pistes:12
  • Snowmaking:30%
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:12 km
  • beginner5%
  • intermediate50%
  • advanced45%

Narvik, in Norway, is a small ski resort with 5 ski lifts (1 chair lift and 4 surface lifts) but it does boast a very impressive 875 metres (2871 feet) of vertical descent. Narvik has 1816 acres of terrain over 12 pistes with a total length of 11 kilometers (7 miles). Narvik is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders with some terrain for experts but little for beginners. There are 12 kilometers (8 miles) of cross country ski trails at Narvik. About one quarter of the pistes at Narvik are covered by snowmaking. The closest airport is at Harstad / Narvik and the transfer time is only 1 hours. The nearest train station is in Narvik. There is accommodation located close to the pistes.


  • Nearest Airport:Harstad / Narvik
  • Nearest Train Station:Narvik
  • Tourist Office Phone:+ 47 76 94 16 05
  • Tourist Office
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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  • Season opens:21 Dec 2018
  • Season closes:5 May 2019
  • Lifts:5 (1 chair lifts, 4 surface lifts)
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Information supplied 3 Jan 2013

Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:25 Aug
  • Last Snowfall:
  • Snow Depth (upper):
  • Snow Depth (lower):
  • Piste:-
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (564 m)view full snow forecast

light rain
20 SSW20
9 °CF-Level
light rain
15 SW15
9 °CF-Level
heavy rain
30 WSW30
8 °CF-Level

Resorts close to Narvik include:

Narvik Location Maps

Narvik Location Map

Visitor Reviews of Narvik

Will Mowlam from Norway writes:

Great off-piste and tree runs, plus hiking to powder for the advanced people. Those looking for lots of long runs may be a little disappointed. Probably ok for beginners. Park is nice but not huge - a few funboxes and rails plus a kicker and table top. Tons of natural features everywhere though. No pipe.

Advise you to bring a head torch as it gets dark early and is floodlit but not in all areas. There are many tree runs in powder in semi-dark conditions!

Also, everyone should ideally have a pair of clear goggle lenses due to low light conditions - and in the week (Jan/Feb 2013) lifts open in the evening. Daytime at weekend.

When deciding to travel, check the official website for opening dates of the gondola to the top, as otherwise there is only one T bar from the bottom!

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