Located in southwest Norway some 50km from the coast of the North Sea and roughly 380kms from Oslo, Voss-Myrkdalen is a medium-sized resort with a big annual snowfall and the sort of terrain perfectly suited for creating a Freestyle playground.
In 2013 this was ably proven at the Voss-Oslo FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships, where the resort played host to exceptional aerials, moguls, dual moguls, ski cross, and slopestyle competitions, showcasing the mountains quality snow conditions and near-perfect facilities.
The Voss-Myrkdalen resort boasts 7 lifts, 15 marked trails, 610m of vertical drop, up to 5m annual snowfall, and a lengthy Freestyle pedigree, having hosted FIS Freestyle World Cup events for nearly three decades.
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