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Bjorli Skisenter AS Overview

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Overview

Bjorli is known for having lots of snow and a long season, stretching from November to the end of April. Bjorli offers 100km of prepared cross-country tracks in a varied mountain and forest terrain. The ski resort is of international standard, with a drop of 650m and the summit at an altitude of 1250m. The ski resort has 11 runs in varied difficulty levels, and a total length of 19,3km. There is also a halfpipe, a big jump, 2 rails and 6 ski lifts, of which 1 is designated for children. Bjorli offers several accommodation alternatives, such as hotels, cabins, chalets and apartments.

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Bjorli Skisenter AS Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

141cm
88cm
59cm
30cm
18cm
41cm
Nov
117cm
Dec
106cm
Jan
76cm
Feb
62cm
Mar

Terrain Overview

47%
Beginners Runs
9%
Intermediate Runs
25%
Advanced Runs
19%
Expert Runs
11
Runs in Total
19.7 km
Runs in Total
5 km
Longest Run
19.6 km
Skiable Terrain
1.8 km
Night Skiing
8 km
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 6

1
High Speed Sixes
5
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1250m
Summit
675m
Vertical Drop
575m
Base

Important Dates

December 11, 20212021/12/11
Projected Opening
April 24, 20222022/04/24
Projected Closing
151
Projected Days Open
127
Days Open Last Year
N.A.
Years Open
0cm
Average Snowfall
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