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November - March

The winter months offers ideal weather for winter sports with temperatures hovering around 27°F. The days are cold and dark which is why this is the slowest time of year to travel to Norway. January and February are the darkest and coldest months, so if you`re heading to one of the ski areas in Norway, pick March. March is the best time to go for maximizing daylight hours and snowfall for winter sports. An advantage for traveling during the colder months is that flights and hotels are at their cheapest levels, great for a budget traveler! The best way to enjoy this country in the winter is on skis, sitting by a relaxing fire, ice fishing, dog sledding, skating or snowmobiling. And if you are equipped to reach the north, seeing the phenomenal northern lights is a possibility this time of year. Something to be aware of is that not only are the rates reduced, you`ll find daylight, opening times and transportation services reduced as well.

Events and Festivals

- Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, Oslo (December)

- Northern Lights Festival (January)

- Kristiansund Opera Festival (February)

- Birkebeinerrennet - 58km cross-country ski race (March)

- Holmenkollen Ski Festival(March)

- Narvik Winter Festival (March)