New for winter 2019/20, Crystal Ski Holidays has added two new Norwegian resorts; Kvitfjell and Hafjell to its programme, as it continues to grow its choice of holidays for ski customers.

Kvitfjell will be hosting the Ski World Cup in 2020, and is made up of three linked areas offering tree lined runs and picturesque skiing. It’s an ideal resort for families with young children, and is even home to a resort mascot, the Yeti Jokul. Kvitfjell offers skiing for a range of abilities, making it an attractive option for those who are new to ski. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, all of which offer healthier options.

Hajfell offers skiing for all abilities, with long runs and even a terrain park for skiers and snowboarders to practise their jumping. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from with a wide range of cuisine on offer.

Just north of Lillehammer, both resorts are served by Crystal Ski Holidays’ London Gatwick to Oslo flights. The resorts bring a new transfer experience to customers, who will get a rail transfer from Oslo Airport to Lillehammer and then take a shuttle bus. Crystal Ski Holidays reps are on hand to help customers at Oslo Airport.

Crystal Ski Holidays is offering a range of 3* and 4* accommodation to choose from in Kvitfjell and Hafjell.

Chris Logan, Managing Director at Crystal Ski Holidays said: “We are delighted to be adding these two resorts to our Norwegian programme for this season. We are always looking to find resorts that appeal to our customers, and Kvitfjell and Hafjell both offer great skiing, including slopes ideal for those new to skiing, as well as plenty of non-ski activities.

In addition, we recently announced three new resorts for this winter expanding; Drei Zinnen in Italy, Hopfgarten in Austria and Zell am Ziller Austria, giving customers a wide range of ski holidays to choose from for winter 2019/2020.”

Picture is of British Team racer, Jack Gower comoeting in the 2019 World Cup Super G race in Kvitfjell March 2019.

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