Oslo’s First Ski Tunnel Opens, Got Rothe And Holund To Promote It

Oslo’s First Ski Tunnel Opens, Got Rothe And Holund To Promote It

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Finland has Vuokatti (and more), Sweden has Torsby. Russia has Toksovo and Germany has Oberhof. See which nation is strangely missing on that list of ski tunnels? Well, no more. At the beggining of June the Norway's first ski tunnel has opened its doors at Lørenskog, just outside Oslo. https://www.instagram.com/p/B_PdvX0AeY6/?igshid=1eso20fx3c6h2 Snø is different from the other tunnels - it is based on a completely different concept. Oberhof, Torsby etc. are pure sporting facilities, located far from cities' hustle & bustle. https://www.instagram.com/p/CAfOV9FgLUT/?igshid=9y2km4fcell0 Snø is a proper entertainment center - restaurants, shops, even its own hotel to open soon. And it is probably aimed more at the slalom / snowboard crowd. Which doesn't mean it's not a proper training spot for a serious crosscountry ski fan or even a pro. "1-kilometre skating…
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Norwegians To Build Their First Ski-Tunnel: World’s Longest, Most Expensive

Norwegians To Build Their First Ski-Tunnel: World’s Longest, Most Expensive

Newsfeed, Training & Outfitting
Ski-tunnels are rapidly becoming an integral part of the sports infrastructure. There are several ski tunnels each in Sweden and Findland, while Germany and Russia have recently built their first. Even in Dubai one can exercise on narrow skis these days - Johannes Klaebo and Niklas Dyrhaug had already tested a ski-complex this spring. What a surprise – there aren’t ski-tunnels in Norway, world leader in cross-country skiing. Norwegian skiers, including National Team members, are forced to do their training sessions on snow in Swedish Torsby. However, Swedes didn’t stop on one ski-tunnel: last week another one, called MidSweden 365, was opened near Oestersund (and not so far from Norwegian Trondheim). Once the last touches applied, it will have the length of ski tracks of some 1400 meters, making it…
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