Up to 47cm of snow has fallen across Norway this week. More than 30 Norwegian ski resorts are reporting powder conditions after receiving between 10 and 47cm of fresh snow.
The resort of Kvitfjell has seen the most with 47cm, followed by Valdres and Tyin-Filefjell with 40cm, Sjusjoen with 37cm, and Uvdal, Rauland, and Vaset with 30cm.
More snow is on the way next Wednesday for Norway: Voss Resort Bavallen is set to receive a further 9cm; Trysil 7cm; Oppdal 6cm; Hafjell 4cm; and Beitostolen, Hovden, and Skeikampen 3cm.
Popular resorts in Norway include Hemsedal, Trysil, and Geilo. Hemsadal boasts one of the highest ski areas in the country with consistent snowfall between early November and May. The village is known for its alpine charm and unspoilt setting.
Trysil is one of Norway's largest ski areas with 64 runs for all levels lining the imposing Trysil Mountain. Trysil's northerly location and 1132-metre altitude creates a snowsure destination.
Geilo is popular with families for its laid-back atmosphere and wealth of amenities. It features 40 well groomed pistes linked by 20 lifts. Floodlit skiing takes place four evenings a week and a new, extended terrain park with a challenging rail line, big jump, mogul run, and lighting for evenings.