Good summer skiing can be found at Trollstigen (Where Alnestind is), Geiranger-Stryn and on Sognefjellet/Turtagrø.
However, it is kind of late now, I ended my 2008 season on Stryn a couple of weeks ago. But this season has much better snow cover than usual, so you might still find skiing if you are desperate. Do not expect to find any interesting lines.
Example of possible lines that I would look for:
- The short couloir on Trollstigen on Stigbotnhornet, visible from the tourist stop at the top of Trollstigen, beware of rock falls, otherwise easy. - Blåfjellet in Geiranger, easy mountain, easy access, possible to get some really nice runs as well. - Something around Steindalsnosi and Fannaråken on Sognefjellet may be possible, keyword: north-faces.. - Also the north-facing couloir on Austabotntind (Austabotntind V1 NC) may be in condition, but probably too hard now for safe and nice skiing.
So, yes, it is kind of late, remember the Nisse (Norwegian) mountains are not that high in altitude. But, you can still get to ski something, and at the same time see some new terrain that you may want to visit again later.