Narvik
Ski Resort Review

Narvik Ski Resort

Narvik Piste Map

Narvik Ski Resort Review

Narvik is a rather bleak Norweigian port with a modest but unexpectedly rewarding local ski hill. A gondola and chairlift take snow users to the shoulder of Fagernsfjellet mountain - 1,000m (3,281ft) - above the Ofot Fjord.

The ski area consists of broad intermediate pistes, that are not extensive enough to keep a keen cruisier occupied for more than a morning. The real Prize is the Mőrkhåla snow bowl, which is a half an hour ridge walk above the top lift station.

There are nine pisted slopes, four unpisted slopes and a total of six lifts.

There is also an extensive range of off-piste skiing.

Narvik In Brief

Getting There:
Kiruna: 130km (81 miles).
Domestic flights between Stockholm and Kiruna.
Taxi and bus service available.
Riksgränsen to Narvik; 50km (31 miles)


Height:
Narvik: 1280m (4,200ft).


No of Lifts:
Narvik: 5.


Types of Pistes:
Narvik: 20% beginner, 40% intermediate, 40% advanced.


Main Advantages:
Narvik: Beautiful scenery and fjords; excellent off-piste.


Drawbacks:
Narvik: Limited lift-served terrain; limited apès-ski.