Kvitfjell ( norweg. for " white mountain" ) is a ski resort in the municipality of Ringebu near Lillehammer in Norway.

In addition to downhill skiing and cross-country skiing is offered. For snowboarders, there is a special system with several jumps and halfpipes. There are 7 lifts with a capacity of 3500 persons / h and a total of 15 marked runs, the longest of which is 3.5 km long. The difference in height is a maximum of 840 m.

The slope Olympic hill is the host of numerous races of the Alpine Ski World Cup. Here also found the alpine skiing events of the 1994 Winter Olympics instead.

The hosting of the World Cup 2013 took place from the 1st to 3rd March 2013. Winner of departure on March 2, 2013 were the Frenchman Adrien Theaux.

At the resort numerous accommodation options as well as several cafes are available in addition to a ski school. The first of two hotels is the Kvitfjell Hotel, which was built for the Olympic Games in 1994 and has changed greatly over the years. Today, the house has 350 beds. Clearly the significance of the house is the fact that almost all participants and team to attend each year to host the Alpine World Cup at this hotel. On 15 October 2012, the experienced hotel manager Ralph Durhack took over the hotel. For more than 20 years, the World Cup will be held on this mountain. Thus, it is hotel tradition that the manager in the evening the winner and the team a " winner cake " presented.