“Arctic Center shall be a year-round, activity-based tourism destination of international standard based on the qualities of Tromsø and the city’s surrounds.”
Dagens Næringsliv, D2 magazine, November 2014:
“Only a semi-annual alpine ski resort deprives Tromsø of the title as Norway’s most complete ski destination,” states the article. “No large cities can compete with Tromsø when it comes to summit ski climbs. The city is surrounded by mountains that tourists travel from afar to experience. The combination of urban life and pristine mountain makes the Paris of the North the summit ski capital of Norway. If the plans for a new ski resort on the island of Kvaløya with a vertical drop of more than 800 metres is realized, it will put Tromsø in a unique position as the ski city.”
TROMSØ NEEDS MORE TOURISM PRODUCTS
Tromsø is experiencing growth, as is the flow of tourists to the city.
We are seeking partners who see a potential in Tromsø,
and want to play a part in lifting the city and the tourism industry to new heights.
WINTER IS FOR EVERYONE!
ARCTIC CENTER WILL OFFER TRAILS OF EVERY LEVEL:
GREEN, BLUE, RED AND BLACK
BEGINNERS OR PROFESSIONALS
CHILDREN, YOUTH AND ADULTS
Vertical drop: 780 m
Number of ski trails: 13
Combined length of groomed ski trails: approx. 20 km
Longest continuous ski run: 6 km
Off-piste skiing on ungroomed slopes
Northern Norway’s best ski park
The slopes satisfy FIS’ requirements for World Cup competitions in all disciplines
Arctic Center is in the process of getting a site of approx. 400 hectares rezoned for commercial use and recreational property for cabins and apartments.
All units will have first-class ski-in, ski-out opportunities for both alpine and cross-country skiing.
An alpine village with commercial beds will be established near the hotel area at Finnheia. Privately owned cabins and apartments here will be available for rental.
An area at Finnheia, 190 m above sea level, has been zoned for a hotel and restaurant. This will be integrated in Arctic Center, and linked to an alpine village with commercial beds. The hotel will have a minimum of 150 rooms and will have several target groups: Ski enthusiasts, Northern Lights tourists, summer guests, events and conference delegates. A Sami attraction, snow hotel and facilities for year-round attractions will be established at Finnheia.
Finnheia – one of the best places to chase the Northern Lights!
Urban wilderness, a pulsating and vibrant city, university, business community, airport and cruise port. Tromsø. A good place to live and an attractive place to visit. Where your Arctic adventure begins…