We have built Norway’s highest padel facility, with two courts and an “Instagram-friendly” background, right next to Gaustablikk Høyfjellshotell.

Padel is a relatively new racket sport in Norway – a mixture of tennis and squash. The court is smaller than a tennis court, has glass walls, and – as in squash – you can use the walls to play the game. The racket has no strings and is smaller than a squash racket, providing better control and requiring less strength and technical skill. Padel is a sport that can be mastered quickly. It provides you with a good workout and is suitable for adults and children alike.



Court hire 400 NOK per /h
Equipment adult 100 NOK per /h
Equipment children  60 NOK per /h
Balls to buy  100 NOK


Drop in:

Opening hours for the court with your own equipment (the court must be booked at the reception).

Equipment can be picked up at the reception at Gaustablikk Høyfjellshotell.



To use the Gausta paddle court

🎾 All must pre-book course time. Valid order must be able to be shown at check.

🎾 It is forbidden to stay on the court if you have not pre-booked and are going to play.

🎾 Show respect for the next ones who have booked the course and finish the game on time.

🎾 Glass and glass bottles must not be used on the court.

🎾 It is not allowed to use the course as a playground for children.

🎾 We want everyone to have a good experience of playing paddle. Pay attention, play fair and take care of the equipment and the court. Have fun!

Rules of the game

  • The first serve starts from the right part of the course and must hit the opposite server route in the second half of the course.
  • The game starts with a forearm serve. It is not allowed to serve above hip height. There are two attempts on the serve.
  • The serve must bounce on the ground before it can be played on from the opponent or hit the wall.
  • The serve can not hit the side fence, only the glass wall.
  • The ball can only bounce once on the ground on each side.
  • The ball must first bounce on the ground before hitting the wall.
  • You can hit the ball in the wall (not the fence) on your own side before it goes over to the opponent’s half.
  • When the ball bounces twice in the opponent’s half, your team gets the point.
  • The ball can be smashed so it goes off the court after bouncing.
  • The opponent is allowed to run off the field to get the ball in play again.


  • It counts the same as in tennis. 15/30/40 / game.
  • The set is won by the team that first gets 6 games. Set must be won with 2 games.
  • At 6 equal in the game, tie-break is played, first to 7 points.
  • (Must be won by 2 points).
  • It is best played by 3 sets.


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