Welcome to Venabygdsfjellet!

KIWI Venabygdsfjellet

At Venabygdsfjellet you’ll find a large KIWI supermarket with everything you could possibly need to enjoy your stay in the mountains, The supermarket is open every day, except Christmas Day and 17th May and has a wide variety of fresh, frozen and ambient products. There’s no need to fill up on supplies in advance of arrival at Venabygdsfjellet, KIWI is a national chain and is well priced!

Opening hours:

Monday–Friday: 09.00–21.00
Saturday: 09.00 – 18.00 
Sunday:  10.00–18.00


In the same building as the KIWI supermarket, you’ll find this large shop, which offers all the non-food items you may need when visiting Venabygdsfjellet. Items include clothing, souvenirs & pretty much everything you can think of!

Opening hours:

Manday–Friday: 09.00–21.00
Saturday: 09.00 – 18.00
Sunday: 10.00–18.00

Fjellrypa Sport & Interior

Fjellrypa is an exciting blend of sportswear and interior designs. There’s a wide variety of clothing, interior items , sporting goods and handmade products.

Interior products include items from  Nordal, Herregaard Design, Palma Interiør, Trend Design, LG Interiør mm. 
Sporting  goods from Fjällräven, Norrøna, Kari Traa, Devold, Jotunheim, etc.

Opening hours:

Every day: 08.00–23.00

Venabu Souvenir shop

Something to remind you of your trip to Venabydgsfjellet? Venabu’s souvenir shop has practical items such as cups, knives & bottle openers as well as traditional Norwegian trolls. If you’d rather have something to wear, then you’ll find jumpers, hats and t-shirts here too. Come and pay is a visit!

Opening hours: 

Every day: 08.00–23.00

Welcome to Venabygdsfjellet!

Venabygdsfjellet is a mountain area that lies between Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen in the municipality of Ringebu. From December to April, Venabygdsfjellet is snow-proof with a stable winter climate and fantastic ski terrain.

Venabygdsfjellet is located south of Rondane National Park between Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen. The altitude is between 850 &1000 metres, so the terrain lies partly in the birch forest belt and partly above the tree line. The mountain peaks are located at 1200–1400 meters and offer wide views of all directions.