Eastertime is extra special in Norway: a sign of the start of spring with its longer days after the long, cold winter.
Sunny après ski, children’s parades and competitions on the snow make the atmosphere all the more jovial, and with most resorts open until late April or early May, the skiing and snowboarding tends to be top notch.
Available on a B&B or Half Board basis, and packed with facilities like swimming pools, climbing walls, wellness centres and cosy bars in the most luxurious properties, our hotels in Norway come in a range of sizes and styles.
If you want to make planning your Easter trip as simple as possible, our packages with meals, accommodation, flights and transfers bundle all the main parts of your holiday together.
With Norway’s lovely log cabins, modern apartments and hotel residences, you can select a self catered ski property to suit you.
Being in charge of the catering keeps your week flexible, letting you decide when to eat and where – in the comfort of your own space, or out and about in one of the resorts restaurants.
Springtime is a favourite for skiing in Norway – there are more daylight hours (12-14), yet temperatures remain low enough (2-5°C in the day, lower at night) to keep the slopes in good shape.
In the case of a warm Easter when the afternoon conditions might dwindle, some resorts plan early skiing sessions before the lifts officially open.