Skeikampen (1124 m) is a mountain, and also the name of a ski resort in the village Skei, which is in Gausdal municipality in Oppland county. In the 1950s Skeikampen Alpine village was established, and is today considered one of the largest and most family- friendly facilities in Norway. At the foot of the mountain is the country's highest golf course. The course was opened in 1995 with 18 holes, par 70 and has a length of 5200 meters. Skeikampen has Scandinavias second 8-seater chairlift. Skeikampen Resort has 11 lifts and 17 slopes. There is a separate area for children, where there are 2 escalators and several short hills. There are 3 green runs, 5 blue, 6 red and 3 black. The longest run is 2500 m long, and overall there are 21 km of runs. Alpine plant has a capacity of 10 000 people per. hour.

Skeikampen Alpine has a partnership with Kvitfjell , Hafjell , Sjusjøen and Gålå, where one can use the same ski pass in all the 5 ski resorts. Overall, this collaboration has over 117 km slopes and 45 lifts.

There are 150 kilometers of prepared cross-country tracks at Skeikampen. One can go continuously from Skeikampen to Peer Gynt Ski Region and Kvitfjell. Then it is over 600 km of cross country trails.