In the middle of Gausta Skisenter you’ll find Gausta Vertorama, 43 modern holiday apartments handily located near the grocery store and restaurants. The name Vertorama reflects the dramatic view – from the apartments you can see all the way down to Rjukan and up to Gaustatoppen.
The apartments are well-planned and well-laid-out, are made from sturdy materials and boast extra-large windows. The open-plan style features a modern Sigdal kitchen with high-quality appliances from Siemens. The living room has a wood-burning stove – ideal for warming yourself up after a day on the slopes.
Gausta Vertorama has been designed with maximum convenience in mind. All of the apartments have parking for two cars, some with a garage, together with access to ski storage and a ski-wax room on the ground floor. The three high apartment blocks will also have a lift.
Gausta Vertorama has ski in/out access and is situated less than 50 metres from the slopes and right next to Brendstaulheisen anchor lift.
At Gausta Vertorama both downhill skiing and cross-country skiing are close at hand. With 35 slopes, three children’s areas, two snow parks and challenging off-piste skiing, Gausta Skisenter has something for everyone.
If cross-country skiing is more your thing, the Gausta area has 85 kilometres of first-rate prepared cross-country ski trails – 6 kilometres of which are illuminated in the evening. There’s everything from 2-kilometre routes for beginners and a challenging 23-kilometre mountain route around Heddersfjell mountain.
Read more: Improved cross country ski trails for winter
Vertorama is centrally located close to two different centre areas. Here you’ll find, among other things, ski rental facilities, the Pose & Sekk grocery store, several restaurants, the newly opened après-ski venue The Loft – as well as Gaustablikk Høyfjellshotell, where you can enjoy some well-deserved relaxation in the wellness spa, a drink in the bar or a three-course meal in the restaurant.
After almost 50 years as a destination, Gausta is gearing up for major investments in the years to come. The goal is to become one of Norway’s leading year-round destinations. A total of around NOK 50 million has been invested in Gausta Skisenter ahead of the 2019/2020 winter season, mainly in the form of significantly expanded snow production. In addition to the improvements in the ski system, there’s a new ski map, a new après-ski venue and soon a new apartment hotel called Sportellet.
Read more: Gausta Skisenter aims high
Gausta Vertorama provides the opportunity to take time out. And there are plenty of apartments to choose from. In addition to the 31 apartments currently for sale, there will be another three four-room apartments, with four apartments in each building.