Enjoy the free and fun sledge slope at the top of Mt. Hoven for an adrenalin rush. You can bring your own equipment or rent a sledge from Loen Active. Remember that a helmet is required.
After spending our time in the snow, enjoy the view from Hoven Restaurant with something to eat and drink before returning to the lowland with Loen Skylift.
Regarding sledging on the road to Oppheim/Holme
All activity on the road to Oppheim is at your own risk. Check the avalanche bulletin, show consideration and adapt your speed. You may meet hikers, skiers, machines and people on snowsledges along the road.
Please note that the construction road ends at Oppheim/Holme, and that there is 7 km left back to Loen Skylift. Parking at Holme (fee).
Sledding include a certain risk, so we have made som general guidelines for visitors at Mount Hoven.
Equipment when sledding
Alpine boots is prohibited.
Goggles are recommended
Helmet is mandatory in the action slope
The rider coming from behind needs to be cautious
Follow guidelines and signs
Make sure you have control over the sledge
Find out how to handle brake and turns
Speed increase risk of accidents
Racing and mass start increase the risk
Do not stop in the middle of the slope during a downhill descent
If overturn occurs, step out of the track
Only one person per sled, unless you accompany small children.