The Gausta Ski Resort in Norway is located at the foot of the mighty mount Gaustatoppen. The landmark mountain rises 1883 meters above sea level, and it is the highest peak of Vestfold and Telemark county. This majestic landscape creates the backdrop at the ski resort.
Gausta Ski Resort is the result of the merger between the former Gaustablikk and Gaustatoppen ski resorts. The facility now includes 13 ski-lifts on 35 different slopes. Here you will find slopes that suit all skill levels. The resort covers everything from easy children’s slopes and terrain parks, to demanding off-piste skiing at mount Gaustatoppen itself.
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Proven mast design spanning over 55 years