Current information about Corona

Gausta is following the developments of the Covid – 19 pandemic and is following national and local restrictions and guidance. Our aim is for Gausta to be a safe destination to visit and we are doing our best to create good frameworks, routines and conditions so that all of our guests have a good stay on our mountain.

Latest updated: 2022-01-05

Important information from Gaustablikk Fjellresort, Gausta Ski Rental and Gausta Ski- and Snowboard School

New National Guidelines (from December 2021)

New national guidelines to limit Corona infections and mutations of Covid -19 have been introduced. Measures have been introduced at Gausta, Gausta Skisenter and Gaustablikk Fjellresort. We encourage all guests to familiarise themselves with the rules that are relevant to them and the activities in which they are participating. Please follow signage and instructions from staff on site. You can buy your lift pass, book your equipment and ski school lessons online at We refer to the authorities’ general recommendations and guidelines. Please show consideration – together we can stay healthy!

New rules for entry in to Norway (from December 2021)

The Norwegian border is open as is Gausta and Gausta Skisenter. However, from 3rd December there are new entry requirements into Norway. Everybody over 16 years old must register when they enter the country and everybody must take a test, including children. Read more about the new entry rules at

Travellers who are fully vaccinated, or have had COVID-19 during the last 6 months and can present a COVID-19 certificate with a QR code that can be verified by the Norwegian authorities, are exempt from the requirement for entry quarantine. Travellers under the age of 18 are not required to go into entry quarantine. Read more at

Local regulations may apply. Please see Tinn kommune for more information.


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