We are taking last few bookings for our On Snow Nordic Week in Nordseter, Norway. The deadline to sign up to the trip is this Thursday, 13th January 2022.

The On Snow Nordic Week is scheduled to take place between Monday 21st March and Saturday 26th March in Nordseter, Norway, 14 km from Lillehammer.

The week provides an opportunity to improve your Nordic skills, while led by expert tuition in both classic and skating techniques.

The week consists of six days of small-group instruction, with an emphasis on skills development during morning and afternoon sessions.

The course participants will be divided into groups of six to eight, depending on numbers and skiing ability, with each session tailored to the group’s experience and objectives.

Morning sessions will mainly concentrate on technique, with the afternoon sessions being less formal, for example covering some distance with coaching along the way or a workshop on a particular skill.

Video analysis will be available and there will be the opportunity to be assessed for SE Nordic Proficiency Awards if desired

The group will stay at a Norwegian fjellstue near Lillehammer. Accommodation is available in economy or standard rooms, or cabins, with winter pension (dinner, B&B and packed lunch and hot flask from the breakfast buffet).

Cost and Booking Details

Cost for tuition per person for the week: £400, including deposit of £125 to Snowsport England upon booking.

The trip taking place is subject to minimum number of candidates booking. All deposits will be returned if the On Snow Nordic Week is cancelled by Snowsport England.

To book, please contact: Gwenda Cavill on ssenordic@gmail.com

Please do NOT book your flight or accommodation until Snowsport England has confirmed your place on the course.


Nordseter lies on the mountain plateau above Lillehammer, with direct access to over 450 km of prepared ski tracks. The train runs directly from Oslo airport to Lillehammer and there is a regular bus to Nordseter (if your flight is later, you may need to take a taxi up to the fjellstue).

We will be staying at the fjellstue in Nordseter, previously called NordseterFjellstue, although this has changed its name to Lillehammer Fjellstue.

Standard rooms have ensuite bathrooms; economy rooms have a wash basin and share bathroom facilities; cabins have a kitchen, bathroom, living area and sleep 2-5 in two bedrooms. If you want to share a room and have no one to share with, we will try to pair you up. Cost for winter pension at Lillehammer Fjellstue is displayed in the table below:

Ski hire is available locally if required, while there are storage and waxing facilities at the fjellstue. Use of the tracks is free.