Winter sports in Norway

Winter sport and people of Norway is just a perfect natural combination.  Based on how Norway is created and how nature puts the clear lines, this combination never has had better conditions. It is not unusable see Norwegians in the capital walking around in January darkness and 12 degrees Fahrenheit, carrying skis like you'd carry a briefcase, as if the skis are some extra appendage.  Everyone thinks its normal human behaviour to stand with skis in metro stops. It’s simply part of their life.

People have been skiing for more than 4,000 years in Norway. In fact, this is where skiing first became a sport. Visiting the Ski Museum at Holmenkollen in Oslo get you to realise the long history and tradition of Norwegian winter sport, and you will be impressed and excited about it.

At the winter Olympics Norway always end in top on medal winners.  In 1994 Lillehammer was host of the Winter Olympics, and in 2016 Lillehammer will host the Winter Youth Olympics.

Today it is said that Norwegians are born with skis on their feet. Not quite true, but as a family activity and the number one winter sport, skiing is very important. Most children start learning the skill when they are very young and Norwegians rush to the mountains and forests to ski every chance they get.

As above clarifies Norway is a paradise for winter sport lovers and the resorts here make your winter sport dreams real.