Ski touring in Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja

If the beauty of these Arctic islands doesn’t leave you breathless, the extraordinary ski touring experiences almost certainly will.

Several of the lodges offer transportation to the skiing areas by boat. These tailor-made expeditions cruise along the islands' vast coastlines and deliver the passengers within reach of that coveted powder snow. Operated by professional guides who will help you to access the best available runs, the programs are adapted according to the weather and local conditions.

An early winter visit to this region gives you a splendid chance to spot the mystic beauty of the northern lights . On the other hand, the long skiing season also allows visitors to enjoy the magic of the midnight sun during late spring and early summer.

This picture-perfect area further offers a range of exciting rest-day activities . From Arctic wave surfing at the Unstad Surf Camp to sea eagle and whale safaris, the islands of Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja are a paradise for any winter adventurer.

Stay safe and find out about the avalanche risk before you set out.

Main ski touring season February - April

Recommended level Experienced to experts

Types of skiing terrain Alpine peaks Couloirs to the ocean Open rolling faces Sea to summit

Types of accommodation Hotels and B&Bs Fisherman's cabins (rorbus) Lodges House boats (sail and ski)

The stunning archipelago of the Lofoten islands in Northern Norway extend far into the Atlantic Ocean. It is a vast coastal area with jagged granite mountains, providing seemingly endless opportunities for ski touring. Summit-to-sea descents, testing couloirs and open birch forests are sure to meet the ambitions of every ski adventurer, whether beginner or advanced.

Epic run Store Trolltind (1,036 metres) is a spectacular peak in Trollfjorden. Transport by boat to the starting point is required for this tour, which offers great skiing in wild and untouched terrain.

North of Lofoten lies Vesterålen, a chain of craggy islands dominated by stunning peaks and beautiful fjords. The summits facing the open ocean on the outer side of the islands are ideal for ski touring. Due to its remote location, Vesterålen is one of the least visited skiing destinations in the north – so if you like solitude, this is the place for you.

Epic run Stortinden stands some 1,000 meters above Vangpollen in Sigerfjorden. The western flank is an uninterrupted steep descent that ends right at the seashore. The exposed summit offers a panorama of the jagged skyline of Hinnøya.

Senja, the second largest island in Norway, has equally great ski touring potential with peaks extending as high as 1,300 metres. Located in the county of Troms, Senja’s mountainous landscape is full of secluded hills that are perfect for shredding. There are no lifts around here. After skiing, you can go hunting for the northern lights, try ice climbing or fishing.

Epic run Store Hesten (874 metres) has an unusually accessible run – you can start skinning right next to the the parking at Hestesletta. With spectacular views and a variety of descents, Store Hesten is considered Senja’s best ski touring mountain.

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Getting here and around, safety in the mountains.

Norway is an incredible place to explore, with untamed mythical landscapes, mountains, valleys, and fjords. Before you enter the outdoors, get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian mountain code to help you stay safe.

  • Plan your trip and inform others about the route you have selected.
  • Adapt the planned routes according to ability and conditions.
  • Pay attention to the weather and the avalanche warnings . This is especially the case for ski tourers - check the current situation in your area on varsom.no and make sure you follow the advise given.
  • Be prepared for bad weather and frost , even on short trips.
  • Bring the necessary equipment so you can help yourself and others.
  • Choose safe routes . Recognize avalanche terrain and unsafe ice.
  • Use a map and a compass . Always know where you are.
  • Don’t be ashamed to turn around .
  • Conserve your energy and seek shelter if necessary.

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LOFOTEN SKITOURING

Fantastic ski tours on the Arctic Circle! Endless ski touring opportunities in Lofoten archipelago. Many fjords in Lofoten Islands are framed by rugged ski touring peaks, which are predestined for classy descents and spectacular views. Wide slopes, deep blue sea and the descent to the water are unique. We will enjoy relaxed atmosphere in comfortable holiday homes, fresh fish and the incomparable Nordic landscape.

In these great natural arenas, we undertake easy to medium-difficulty ski tours. We let ourselves be inspired by constantly changing lighting conditions, moods, perspectives and views. With a bit of luck and the open sky, we will be able to admire the mystical waving neon flags of the northern lights.

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Lofoten Ski Touring (Norway)

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9 days of unspoiled nature in the north of Norway – ski touring over the fjords – for all SKI touring connoisseurs

The land of the midnight sun, wherewith a view of countless fjords and ancient fishing villages we conquer the peaks on which stood Erik the Red and his Viking friends. On the way down, we draw winds through the virgin mist and end up on the most beautiful beach in Lofoten. In the evening we enjoy typical Norwegian food with plenty of fish and other seafood specialties … Beer in a local fishing tavern is our last stop before we indulge in Aurora Borealis to enchant us forever.

We will be staying in Svolvaer, a town with 4000 inhabitants, and skiing in the near and far surroundings. We will be accommodated in rooms for 2 people, with breakfast and dinner at the hotel.

Recommended Airport

Harstad/Narvik Airport ( Google Map )

Meeting Point

Narvik Airport

Starting Point

Svolvaer (3 m)

Altitude difference

approx 800 m per day

Recommended equipment

ski touring equipment (ski, bindings, boots, skins, poles, air bag)

Walking time/ Ski time

approx 6 h/ day

medium difficult tours

  • Enjoying skiing over the fjords
  • A unique North Sea landscape

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with breakfast and dinner
  • All local transfers

Price Excludes

  • Travel & health insurance
  • All meals except breakfasts
  • Personal equipment

About Lofoten

Lofoten is an archipelago in northern Norway that is interesting precisely because of its location. Because they lie within the Arctic Circle, they have all the characteristics of the northern lands, and a special climate is given to them by the sea currents that flow around this area – the Gulf Stream, the North Atlantic Stream, and the Norwegian Stream. Lofoten has one of the sweetest climates in the polar region, however, there is no shortage of snow in these places, we usually only run out of time to ski the next peak.

At the same time, the Lofoten impresses us with its unspoiled nature, countless fjords that penetrate deep into the islands. The fishing tradition is strongly anchored in Norwegian culture and its a way of survival since Viking times. Therefore, on our trip, we will not only ski through the virgin fluffy snow and observe with our mouths open one of the most beautiful views in the world. We will visit the best Viking museum in the world – Lofotr Vikingsmuseum, the best-preserved fishing village in Norway – Nusfjord, World War II Museum, which houses parts of the 2nd largest German battleship Tirpitz, which was sunk among the fjords in Lofoten.

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Day 1 OSLO - NARVIK - SVOLVAER

Transport from Narvik, car pick-up (2x touran or van or similar), and following the drive to Svolvaer, arrival in Svolvaer in the evening, hotel accommodation.

Day 2 TOUR AROUND SVOLVAER

Breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Short sightseeing tour to the surrounding peaks, testing and learning about the equipment, Dynafit, ABS backpack,… Tour: Blatinden, 621 mnv, Svolvaer surroundings. Evening walk around the city.

Day 3 FULL SKI TOURING DAY

Breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Full day tour: Geitgallien, 1085 mnv.

Day 4 FULL SKI TOURING DAY

Breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Shorter or longer tour by arrangement, tour: Himmeltinden, 931 mnv. Possible visit to the Museum of the Second World War.

Day 5 DAY OFF - Viking Museum visit

Day for rest or tour by appointment. Visit to the Viking Museum Lofotr Vikingsmuseum in Bostadt.

Day 6 FULL SKI TOURING DAY

Breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Full day tour: Rundfjellet, 803 m above sea level.

Day 7 RESERVE DAY OR VISIT TO THE FISHING VILLAGE OF NUSFJORD

Reserve day in case of bad weather, by arrangement tour. Visit to the picturesque fishing village of Nusfjord. Farewell dinner.

Day 9 DEPARTUE

Drive Solvaer-Narvik, end of the trip.

Where and when do I meet your team?

Our team will wait for you at the airport. If you are arriving by land meeting point is also at the airport or elsewhere if you let us know where (this service is not included in a price). After the meeting, you will be transferred to your accommodation. Please note, that in some areas, due to a long drive to our base, we provide only one transportation per group, usually in the morning (Iceland, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Altai…). So take into consideration that one extra day and accommodation may be necessary.

Where do I meet my guide?

The guide will arrange a specific meeting location and time with you specifically. Most commonly, this location is at your accommodation or our base.

How much hiking up is involved?

There will be approximately 4-6 hours of hiking broken up in the day and approximately 800~1100 vertical meters of skiing.

Do I need climbing skins?

Yes, all of our ski touring tours require uphill travel, and skins are by far the most efficient way. Skins attach to the base of skis or split-snowboards, peel off at the top of the run, and get stowed in a pocket for the downhill fun.

Can I rent equipment?

You can rent equipment, but you need to inform us at least 21 days before the start of your program. Our trips are in remote areas where there are no shops or rental services, so we need to provide them from a distance. Please note that rental on the spot is usually not available.

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Ski & Sail in Norway’s Lofoten Islands & Lyngen Alps

February through April

Bodø, Norway is 5 hours away

Intermediate to advanced

Jolly, Alma, or Varden sailboat

Things to know

Looking for a whole new world of countless mountains and ski opportunities? Look no further. Norway’s remote, shockingly beautiful Lofoten Islands and the Lyngen Alps are accessible only by sea, and they have it all. Every day we’ll reach new spots by sailboat, and ski down some wild and pristine slopes, with those deep fjords all around us. But this isn’t just about skiing—it’s about people as well, getting to know life on the sailboat, and exploring Scandinavian nature in all its glory. From the moment you arrive, IFMGA guides Maria and Ulrik, and their dog Ramoncito will make you feel like part of the family. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime ski & sail journey!

Sailboat makes changing skiing locations easy

If lucky, we’ll see magical green hues light up the dark skies

Spend a week cruising along untouched deep fjords

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The uninhabited fjords of Lofoten Islands and the Lyngen Alps are the ideal base for your skiing adventure. Hop on a sailboat, meet your terrific IFMGA guides, and get ready for a week of skiing in remote, untouched areas. Being on a sailboat gives us the freedom to switch locations daily and access mountain peaks from the sea. After shredding snow all day long, we’ll retreat back to our warm sailboat. This adventure is all-inclusive, so the only thing you’ve got to worry about is bringing your equipment. Join us for an unforgettable week within the Arctic Circle!

Gather at Svolvær Harbor between 2 and 4 pm. After boarding the sailboat and getting settled in, you’ll discuss safety with your guides and your group, and go through an equipment check. Set sail and anchor in a quiet spot for the night!

Meals : Dinner

Sailboat in Norway fjords

Following an early breakfast, you’ll decide on the best route with the guide and have a full day out skiing! You’ll climb the peaks in Raftsundet and then enjoy long and scenic descents. Return to the boat to eat dinner, and sail to the next day’s starting point.

Meals : Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Skiing in Norwegian fjords

Both of these days you’ll have an early breakfast, discuss the best route, and explore some new mountains! Return to the boat, have dinner, and get some rest. Move to the new location.

Mountain peaks in Norway

Another day of exciting skiing in Innerfjorden, which will give you a chance to ski where no one lives. You know the drill: breakfast, route discussion, full day of skiing, and return to the boat. Sail to the next destination.

Happy group of skiers in Norway

Today is dedicated to Trollfjorden, one of the most beautiful, narrow fjords in Norway, and be on the lookout for trolls! You’ll plan your day according to the weather and conditions, and choose between more challenging or safer routes. After a full day out, return to the boat for a delicious dinner. Set sail towards the final skiing destination of the trip.

Trollfjorden in Norway

After a hearty breakfast, discuss the route with your guides and your team. Make sure you use your final skiing day well. After you’ve skied your heart out, return to the boat and set sail for Svolvær, which is where it all started.

Three skiers in Norway

All good things come to an end, and so does this ski & sail tour. After breakfast, pack up, say goodbye to your guides and your team, and check out between 10 and noon. If you’d like to stay longer and explore the area, just ask your guides for some recommendations!

Meals : Breakfast

Norway in wintertime

Please note that setting a fixed itinerary months before departure is simply not possible as the weather plays a key role. The itinerary above is a suggestion, but you and your guide will discuss every day where to next. You can rest assured that your IFMGA certified guides will make the best decisions for the group, and as locals, they should be able to find some fluffy powder!

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Meet your guides

Ulrik Møller

Had a fantastic time on the ski and sail trip. The longer you can go the better, you will not get bored of the incredible scenery and the experience of being able to fully unplug. The boat itself is extremely comfortable and Ulrik and Maria are very welcoming and seasoned hosts. You will be thinking “Should I quit my job and live on a boat???” by the end of the trip. Hope to return for more adventures in the coming years!

This is not just a ski trip. It’s the best trip you’ll ever have. Maria and Ulrik are the kindest people on the sea. They not only shared their amazing boat, delicious meals and plenty of laughs and magical moments with us but also paired us with an incredible guide to ski around the widest and most beautiful ski terrain I’ve ever seen! I highly recommend this trip to any skier who wants to have the time of their life! Thanks again for everything!

I’m tempted to say that the trip was an utter disaster and we all suffered dysentery because I would prefer to keep this small family run business a secret. But without a doubt, the journey was a complete joy and reminded me, my friend, and all the new friends I gained of how grateful we are that Ulrike and Maria run this tour in some of the most scenic, adventurous, and hidden gem ski touring locations away from the highly marketed Lofoten region. Meeting locals, catching fish,sauna beers and being out in untouched nature- were just a few things that made this trip a joy.

A week of ski and sail. Great atmosphere, food and exlusions. Sauna, sailing and ridiculously good skiing made the trip perfect! The hosts Ulrik, Maria and Ramacito did such a good job establishing the perfect Wibe so we were able to have a thrilling and relaxing trip full of contrast and unforgettable experiences. I will definitely come back another time.

I try to take my son on an annual Father/ Son trip, and this year we were lucky enough to find Ulrik, Maria, and Ramacito. Our previous trips tend to be on the more adventurous side of a typical holiday, and this trip did not disappoint. Within, an hour of meeting Maria and Ulrik we felt at home and welcome and the sails were set heading towards the Fjords to the south of us. Immediately, I was helping Ulrik sail (he didn’t need my help but I wanted to), and that night as the sun set we set a fishing net with the hope of catching some fresh fish dinner. The next day we woke to a tasty Norwegian style breakfast, and for 7 days in a row I went skiing. All the locations we went were super interesting, and the guides were literally the best you could hire. I can not say enough good things about our ski guides Sverre, Bjornnar, and Suel. My expectations for this trip were met or exceeded, but the true highlight of the trip was getting to know Maria and Ulrik.

This is the most amazing trip I’ve ever done. Everything was perfect all the way! Not only the beautiful mountains and fjords, but the human experience that Maria, Ulrik (and Ramoncito indeed) had brought with their warm personalities, their smile, energy and kindness. They make you feel home, and almost convinced me to move there! Ski was wonderful: Sol Idland our guide was the best guide we could have! Positive, expert, funny! We had breathtaking views of the fjord and the moutains while skiing, you cannot imagine this until you are. Special note to their home-made meal: Jesus Lord it was delicious. The only bad side: you will want to quit your job and never want to leave. If it was only for me, I would keep them secret just for me, but they deserve to be known as the best trip in Norway! Thanks again for everything! See you soon hopefully! xxx

What you get on this adventure:

  • Experienced, IFMGA certified ski guide with extensive knowledge of the area
  • 8-day Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring & sailing experience
  • Accommodations in a shared cabin (bunk or double bed)
  • Linen, pillows, duvets, hand towels
  • All meals throughout the trip (breakfast, lunch, dinner, apres-skis)
  • Non-alcoholic beverages (tea, coffee, juice, water)
  • All boat-related expenses (fuel, harbor fees)
  • Use of fishing equipment
  • Warm suits and life vest

What’s not included:

  • Transportation to and from the Svolvær Harbor
  • Technical backcountry ski touring equipment
  • Shower towels
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Personal insurance
  • Guide gratuities — optional

Your home for the week will be one of the three sailboats your guides have at their disposal. You will board Jolly, Alma, or Varden.

Jolly sailboat in the Norwegian fjords.

The Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring & sailing adventure is an all-inclusive one. There’s not a thing for you to worry about on this cruise. After a full day out skiing, you’ll get back to your cozy sailboat and a delicious meal.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks are included in this trip, as well as non-alcoholic beverages (tea, coffee, juice, water). Regarding the food, vegetarian, vegan, fish, or meat dishes are available—you won’t be left hungry. All of it can be prepared as Arabic, Indian, Spanish, Chinese, Thai, or Norwegian food, courtesy of Jolly’s incredible cook Maria!

If you’ve got any special dietary requirements, let us know upon booking.

To enjoy this Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring & sailing, you need to be in good enough shape to climb anywhere from 3,280 to 4,920 ft (1,000-1,500 m) above sea level. You will be on your feet for several hours a day for 6 days in a row, covering several miles of terrain every day. You will need to manage controlled descents in variable conditions. All participants should feel comfortable on challenging blue or black-level resort runs and be able to carry a loaded daypack while skinning up variable degrees of terrain.

To participate in this Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring & sailing adventure, you need to have backcountry skiing experience . There will be an expert guide with you who will take care of the planning and help you hone your skiing skills, but the tour is not meant for total beginners.

If you’ve never sailed before, that’s absolutely fine! There are no sailing prerequisites to join this tour, though having some sailing skills is always a plus. The crew can handle all aspects of the boat without any assistance, but your guides believe that the best way to truly experience sailing is to join in on the action. The extent to which you participate is entirely up to you and your level of comfort.

For technical backcountry ski touring gear , you will need to bring:

  • Alpine touring skis, telemark skis or splitboard with skins (can be rented)
  • Touring boots and poles (can be rented)
  • Ski crampons
  • Ice axe or whippet
  • Digital, 3-antenna avalanche transceiver or beacon
  • Lightweight snow shovel
  • Avalanche probe

For personal items , we recommend bringing:

  • Wool long-sleeved top and bottom base layers
  • Wool or fleece top mid-layer
  • Insulated down or synthetic puffy jacket
  • Wind and waterproof shell jacket with hood (Gore-Tex recommended)
  • Waterproof shell pants (Gore-Tex recommended)
  • Extra medium thick top layer
  • Gloves and mittens
  • Warm hats (thick and thin)
  • Rubber boots or any waterproof shoe (soft-sole only)
  • Comfy slippers to use indoors
  • Synthetic or wool underwear and socks
  • One triple-action locking carabiner or two conventional locking carabiners
  • Repair kit and Leatherman for your equipment (can be shared between several people)
  • Non-breakable water bottle
  • Thermos with a warm beverage — optional
  • First aid kit
  • Toiletries (including sunscreen and lip balm with SPF)
  • Daypack large enough to carry all items you might need throughout the day
  • Personal medications
  • Headlamp (with extra batteries)
  • Camera — optional

All mandatory gear can be rented if you don’t have your own. You can rent:

  • Avalanche safety pack, including backpack, beacon, shovel and probe
  • Alpine touring or telemark skis (or splitboards), touring boots and poles

You can rent all the ski gear you need from Arctic Rentals in Kabelvåg, 10 minutes away from Svolvær, the starting point of your tour. If you need to rent gear, let us know and we can help make arrangements.

Group sizes and prices:

  • For this group Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring adventure, the maximum number of participants is 7.
  • That’s the boat’s maximum capacity.
  • It takes a minimum of 4 participants for this tour to operate. The trip gets confirmed at the moment that at least 4 people have paid the deposit. Please refrain from purchasing plane tickets prior to the confirmation.
  • These trips get sold out really fast and the chance of them not happening is extremely low!

Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski touring & sailing adventures can be arranged for larger groups. Contact us to make arrangements.

Min. age requirements:

  • If you are older than 18, you’re good to go.
  • Minors may be permitted to join private tours on a case-by-case basis.

If your group has skiers under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

Your Lyngen Alps & Lofoten ski tour & sailing adventure begins in Svolvær Harbor in the Lofoten Archipelago of Norway. You can get there by air, ferry, or road.

  • Svolvær has its own airport, Svolvær Airport, Helle (SVJ), 4 miles from the town. You can take a flight to Svolvær from larger airports in Norway.
  • You can take a ferry to the Lofoten islands from Bodø. A very scenic ride takes you to Moskenes or Svolvær, depending on the ferry route you choose. From Moskenes, you can take a bus or drive to Svolvær.
  • There’s also the option of going by car or bus, though it does take longer.

You’ll meet your guides and your team at Svolvær Harbor between 2 and 4 pm of Day 1.

We highly recommend that you cover all your bases with both emergency medical and travel insurance. With medical insurance, if you have an accident or medical emergency on or off the mountain, you’ll avoid paying out of pocket for costly expenses. This covers everything from hospital treatments to emergency air transportation and more.

Travel insurance covers canceled flights, natural disasters and other scenarios that may interrupt your travel plans. Personal travel insurance is mandatory .

We also expect you to respect local regulations and take measures to protect yourselves, your guides, and the communities you’re traveling to.

If you need assistance selecting the right insurance for your group, let us know and we will be happy to help!

Secure your spot for 2025 with a 10% deposit! This tour gets sold out very quickly, but with early-bird booking, you’ll be the first one to know. Pick the month that suits you best and we’ll let you know once the dates are live—don’t risk missing out on your bucket list adventure!

  • Only 10% of the total amount should be paid as a deposit upon booking. This deposit is non-refundable, but can be transferred to another 57hours adventure in case the dates don’t suit you by the end of the year.
  • Once the set dates for the following season are live, you can confirm your booking by the end of this year by paying another 20% of the total amount.
  • The final balance is due 3 months (90 days) prior to departure.

For set dates, a $750 deposit to secure your place is due upon booking . The remaining amount is paid 3 months (90 days) prior to departure. Once the trip is confirmed by the guide, the cancellation policy stated below applies.

  • If Client cancels the Booking anytime prior to sixty (60) calendar days in advance of the trip contemplated by the booking, Client is entitled to a full refund minus the full deposit amount.
  • If Client cancels the Booking between fifty-nine (59) and thirty (30) calendar days in advance of the trip contemplated by the booking, Client is entitled to a refund in the amount of fifty percent (50%) of the total amount paid when Booking minus the full deposit amount.
  • After that deadline, Client is not entitled to any refund.

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Lofoten Ski Lodge offers full board accommodation and ski guiding through Northern Alpine Guides. Join us for a healthy and beautiful season with soft snow and big smiles.

Experience a ski vacation with stunning views, good food, sauna sessions, community and comfortable beds.

Ski touring in Lofoten is truly an amazing experience. The combination of sea and mountain, snow and granite make these islands one of the most unique ski destinations on the planet.

We offer ski touring packages for skiers of all levels. Our guides are certified IFMGA Mountain Guides and know where to find the safe and quality skiing in any given weather condition.

All our packages at the Lofoten Ski Lodge include fully catered accommodation and ski guiding for 3-14 days.  We include private guiding, cabins on the ocean front property, cleaning, sheets/towels, sauna, and jacuzzi in all our packages.

Book one of our packages with ski guiding, lodging, and fantastic food. Choose your trip length, and dates from our online booking system or send us an email and we can customize the ultimate ski vacation for you.

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  • Full board accommodation for seven days
  • 6 days skiing with guides
  • Skill level: From beginner to expert
  • Guiding Ratio: 1:6 guests
  • Price: from 26400 NOK per person

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Ski Weekend

  • Full board accommodation: Four days
  • Ski touring with a guide: Three days
  • Price: From 14200,- NOK pr person*
  • Guiding Ratio: Max 1 guide:6 guests

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  • We tailor fit a program for your groups skill level and ambitions

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  • 7 day trips customized for your group
  • IFMGA Mountain Guides
  • Guiding ratio: 1:6 or 2:8 guests
  • High quality ship, staff, and experience

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The Lofoten

The lofoten is a stunning group of islands in norway.

Lofoten offers a unique setting for ski touring and is known for its spectacular mountain ranges, steep slopes and snowy valleys. Our tours are led by IVBV mountain guides, who not only find the best routes, but also provide everything you need to know about the region and its history. We visit traditional fishing villages, taste local delicacies and visit the famous stockfish factories. After a long day of skiing, we can relax in our cozy accommodations and get ready for the next adventure.

Book your ski tour in Lofoten now and experience unforgettable moments with us in one of the most beautiful regions in Norway!

from € 1790 per person

from 16 years

Participant:

min. 6 people max. 7 people

Meeting point:

Arrival by plane to Norway / Tromsö

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Ski technique: You have already gained your first ski touring experience and can safely ski on all types of snow.

Condition: Condition for climbs up to 1200m. Technical knowledge: Sure-footedness for short summit ascents with crampons, mastering the ascent technique for ski kickturns with crampons.

Day 1: Meeting point is at the Munich or Tromsö airport. We get into our rental car and drive approx. 2 hours to Lyngenseidet, where we settle into our accommodation by evening. Day 2 - 6 : A selection of ski mountains at a glance: Pilan on the island of Austvagoya, Sydalsfjellet, Varden, Rundfjellet, Torksmannen, Geitgallien, Langstrandstind, Store Trolltind; Himmeltind, Vestvagoya Island, Stornappstind, Flakstdoya Island Day 7: Return to Tromsö and flight back home.

Individually we can plan an overnight stay in Oslo.

Subject to program changes!

  • Organisation and a tour led by a mountain guide
  • Guidance by a state-certified mountain and ski guide
  • 6 x overnight stay in Svinoja in 2 Apartment with 4 people
  • 6 x Breakfast & lunch packet
  • Sauna & Jacuzzi
  • Rental equipment Avalanche & Glacier
  • Emergency equipment 

Not inlcuded:

  • Flight to Oslo - domestic flight to Harstad/Narvik - we are happy to book the flight if you wish
  • Bulky luggage ski bag - approx. € 70,- p.p.
  • Rental car on site - the rental vehicle will be reserved by us depending on the number of participants and availability - rental car and fuel costs will be divided among the group and invoiced
  • Drinks & food
  • Personal Expenses
  • Travel insurance

Our accommodation is located in the town of Svolvær Resort Svinoya 165km from Harstad-Narvik Airport (EVE).

At our resort on Svinoya we stay in rorbu huts. The huts are idyllically situated in the midst of a fish pier, quay buildings, fish rakes and old town buildings. We have one of the best restaurants right next door. Børsen Spiseri is housed in a venerable quayside warehouse dating back to 1828, and great care has been taken to preserve the building's original features. Directly in front of the restaurant is our floating sauna with a panoramic view.

Language in the country: Norwegian Time difference : none Personal equipment : Before the trip, all participants will receive a detailed packing list Travel documents: No visa is required for Norway. However, the passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the return date.

Climate In the west and southwest there is a relatively mild, maritime climate with a lot of precipitation and ice-free coastal waters in winter. The mild coastal climate is separated from the continental climate in the east of the country by the Scandinavian mountains.

Organization Mountain Sports Zillertal Tour operator Mountain Sports terms and conditions apply to this program/service.

Registration Early registration secures your place and makes the work of Mountain Sports much easier. Early registration is essential for offers with train or plane travel. Last-minute registrations may result in a surcharge.

Price & tariff status April 2023

Minimum participants According to the travel program; Price, program, fuel price, flight changes and cancellation of the trip due to the absence of participants reserved. The general travel conditions /ARB 1992 apply). In particular, point 8.1. referred (price changes due to changes in transport costs, taxes, fees or exchange rates). In addition, the condition applies that if the minimum number of participants is not reached, the travel price can be increased by 10% up to 21 days before departure. Changes to the surcharges and fees / charges shown will be charged / refunded with the actual costs when the ticket is issued. Here, too, changes made in the last 20 days before the start of the trip are not taken into account.

Here is some useful information: Weather report: yr.no Avalanche situation report: varsom.no Maps: norgeskart.no Map app: FATMAP Ski touring book: LOFOTEN – SKIING THE MAGIC ISLANDS (I have this book with me!) Emergency number: 112 (The network coverage in Lofoten is quite good.)

Ski bag as additional luggage | sports luggage

You will need a ski bag for all ski touring trips. This is reserved in addition to the flight ticket. The surcharge varies from € 40 - € 70 per ski bag. We will discuss all these details with you in the packing list you will receive after booking.

Is insurance included in the trip?

Our tours do not include insurance cover as most guests already have private cover. Please also check prior to the tour if your insurance covers the booked trip. We will be happy to provide you with an insurance offer for the booked period.

Our recommendation - ski boots in the hand luggage?

In addition to your normal hand luggage, ski boots should be carried in your hand luggage. The reason is delayed luggage! You might be able to organise skis in your destination country, but boots that fit are practically impossible.

Ahead of each ski tour, we discuss all open questions and details of the planned tour individually.

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Lofoten Classic

SKI TOURING – LOFOTEN CLASSIC

Start date: 02/03/2025

Price: from   3150€

Ski mountaineering trip in a private group, with accommodation in a lodge and a tailor-made programme.

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Our Classic program includes:

  • 7 nights in one of our two  Lodges  in Henningsvaer. Both are authentic and comfortable, with their own style but very Scandinavian. They have a sauna, kayaks and ski repair room
  • Full board with our slow food and local cuisine dinners.
  • 6 days of ski touring activities
  • 1 certified mountain guide for a maximum group up to 6 people.
  • 1 rental car for all transfers, including pick-up and drop-off at Svolvaer SVJ airport (Lofoten).
  • Sauna, reading area, repairing ski area and kayaks.
  • Private wine cellar, where you will find a selection of wines and alcoholic beverages (at extra cost).
  • 1 day of skiing by boat to reach places not accessible by car to find the best snow.
  • Kastle mountain ski rental.
  • Safety equipment rental.
  • Private wine cellar with wine selection.
  • Alcoholic drinks from our cellar

Ski randonnee Lofoten

Why choose to travel with us?

  • 10 years of experience.
  • Program designed by a Norwegian entrepreneur, CEO of the agency.
  • Accommodation in one of the most beautiful harbours in Lofoten.
  • Exceptional local gastronomy.
  • Ski guides who are passionate about skiing.
  • A professional organisation.

Day 1. Welcome. Welcome at the airport of Svolvaer (Lofoten) and transport to the Lodge. Welcome dinner and presentation of the Lodge in Heningsvær.

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DAY 2- 7. Briefing on material and 6 days of ski touring. The first day in the morning we will have a talk about safety and material review. Then we will go for the first day of ski touring. Each day we will move to a different area in search of the best conditions and to reach the surrounding summits.  In total, 6 days of ski touring during which will include one of the highest ski summits of the Lofoten, Geitgallien.

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DAY 8. Return to the airport Return transport from Heningsvær to Svolvaer (Lofoten).

🎿 Skis with ski touring bindings. We recommend skis with a minimum width of 90mm to make the most of the descents in powder snow, although this is not essential. 🔪 Knives for ski skins, skins for skis, crampons and ice axe. 🥢 Ski poles. 🥾 Ski touring boots 🏔️ Avalanche safety material (shovel, probe, DVA) 🎒 Backpack with a 30-liter capacity, on which skis can be attached. 🧢 Warm beanie and a buff for the neck. 🕶️ Ski goggles and sunglasses with a UV4 protection. ⛷ Ski helmet (recommended). 👕 Technical underwear: tee-shirts and long leggings to go under ski pants. Preferably of merino wool since it is very breathable and antibacterial, so it retains odours less than synthetic garments. 🧥 Polar or synthetic garment that slides well under the Gore-Tex 🧥 Down or Primaloft jacket to keep you warm once you have reached a summit, or on cold windy days. 🧥 Waterproof outerwear, such as a Gore-Tex jacket 👖 Soft Shell type pants and / or a Gore-Tex type of trousers are also recommended for snowy, cold or windy days. 🧤 Light gloves and warm gloves -Gore-Tex waterproof type-. Silk gloves are recommended as a first layer of gloves. 🧦 Ski socks made of merino wool are recommended because they have the advantage of being very breathable and antibacterial, so it retains odours less than synthetic materials. Think about it if you have to re-equip yourself. 🥤 1l water bottle or Camelback, Thermos, pocket knife, duct tape, 50 index sunscreen 🩺 Basic emergency kit. Your usual medication, set of adhesive dressings, Elastoplasts, disinfectant compresses, pain medication (Aspirin or Ibuprofen type), a broad range of antibiotics is recommended.

Download here  the material list. Download here  the sales conditions. Check the conditions and purchase your travel Insurance here .

If you need it, we can provide you with the necessary material for the activity:

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We offer you a small rental of Kastle ski touring skis , the TX range of ski mountaineering skis.

  • SKIS Kastle TX ( 103/ 93/ 87 waist) with ATK pin bindings, skins and poles. Price 6 days: 180€.
  • SKIS Kastle TX ( 103/ 93/ 87 waist) with ATK pin bindings, skins and poles + DVA. Price 6 days: 220€.
  • SKIS Kastle TX ( 103/ 93/ 87 waist) with ATK pin bindings, skins and poles + DVA + Airbag. Price 6 days: 320€.

We also offer you the rental of only the safety equipment:

  • DVA, shovel and probe. Price 6 days: 80€.
  • Airbag backpack. Price 6 days: 130€.
  • Airbag backpack and DVA shovel and probe. Price 6 days: 180€.

3150 € per person based on groups of 6 people.

Group of 5 people: 3.450€/person.

Group of 4 people: 3.650€/person.

Individuals or less persons please contact us.

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Lofoten Ski Touring Weekend

A long weekend in the Lofoten Islands including a lot of fun and great ski touring. Welcome to skiing in Lofoten, the world’s most beautiful archipelago.

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The package includes 3 days of guided ski touring and accommodation in rorbu cabin for 4 nights. The ski touring can be done in open groups where the maximum group size is 12 persons (max. 6 persons per guide). This is a great opportunity to meet other “like-minded” skiers. Our guide will make an itinerary that fits the level of experience and wishes of the group. All skiers should be in good shape and have some experience from ski touring.

Ski Touring in Lofoten, Wednesday - Sunday

  • Arrival and check-in at Svinøya Rorbuer

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

  • Meet the guide + tour planning
  • Hit the road
  • Plan the trip for the next day
  • Check-out Svinøya Rorbuer and departure
  • Possible back up day ski touring if late departure

Wednesday to Sunday doesn't suit you? Get in touch and we will tailor a plan that suits you.

Your base, Svinøya Rorbuer

At Svinøya in Svolvær, you live very comfortably in rorbu cabins or rorbusuites . Our rorbusuites have a private sauna. In addition, we also have a floating sauna on the sea by the restaurant. If you travel in a larger group, we can make an offer with accommodation in The Manor house .

Svinøya Rorbuer is an approved member of the Norwegian Travel Guarantee Fund .

What happens if the trips cannot be carried out due to bad weather conditions?

If the weather conditions makes it impossible to go ski touring one of the days, the guide will make an alternative arrangement. This can be the an easier trip with shelter from the weather, an avalanche course, or the like. Should you be so unlucky that it will not be possible to do single trip in the mountains, we will refund parts of the package amount corresponding to 2 days with ski touring (minimum one day with alternative arrangements with a guide).

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The Lofoten Islands offers some of the most beautiful summits in the country. The contrast between pointed peaks, solid views and the sea below is unique and created for epic skiing experiences.

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FROM NOK 14.295 PER PERSON (rate based on mimimum 2 persons)

Season: february - mid may.

  • Accommodation in a twin room in rorbu cabin, 4 nights
  • Up to 3 guided ski tours
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Self-made lunch package 4 days
  • 1 x 3 course dinner at Børsen Spiseri
  • Increased knowledge of safe ski touring
  • Great memories

NOT INCLUDED

  • Personal equipment and clothing
  • Transport in Lofoten to and from the summit trips. Car rental is recommended. (We have good agreements with local rental companies)
  • Travel insurance
  • Extra night NOK 995 p.p. / per night
  • Single room additional NOK 695,- / per night
  • Upgrade to Rorbusuite with sauna NOK 550, - p.p. / per night (Free upgrade for groups of 5-6 people)
  • Sauna sessions from NOK 150,-
  • Contact us for an offer on upgrading to the manor house

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From sea to summit & summit to sea - ski touring in the Lofoten - Norway

8 days from 2945 € per participant

Guaranteed departure from 4 people

Comfort

  • A unique skiing experience from the sea to the sky, and among Northern lights
  • An unforgettable ski tour across the wide open Norwegian wilderness in wintertime
  • Relaxing atmosphere and great loop around all Lofoten with our van!
  • Accommodation in twin rooms, in comfortable hotels - no more tiny Norwegian Rorbus (fishermen's huts)!
  • Accompanied by a French UIAGM mountain guide who knows the region inside out

In a nutshell

Nestled in the confines of septentrional Europe (septentrional, there's one for you Scrabble buffs), just above the arctic circle, we’re heading for a true winter wonderland ! This trip encompasses all of the things we’ve come to love.

To start, we have a boat transfer of a couple of hours that gives us time to get used to our surroundings and take in the stunning views. Of course, we do some great skiing and choose our itineraries as we go along, as weather conditions dictate.

We may even go out skiing twice on the same day. We often end up by the sea, and sometimes in small fishing villages, with skis on our feet ! Then it’ll be time to get back to our warm and welcoming rorbu - this is just another "little" detail that makes this trip to the Lofoten so special - without mentioning the spectacular granit cliffs that drop into the the sea and the easily accessible summits that make you feel as if you're on top of the world, just that !

Friends, family or just colleagues at work ?

You wish to customize one of our trips, among friends and at your own convenience ? No problem, contact us so we can adapt a trip to suit you, right down to the last detail ! Our trips are tailor-made so giving you what you want is as easy as 123.

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Day 1 - Flight to Bodø, Norway

For this first day of ski touring in the Lofoten Islands, meet up at Bodø - Norway airport at the end of the day. Pick up your vehicles and spend the night in Bodø.

It's the first day, so relax, setting up and distributing your equipment may take a little time, but don't worry, you'll be skiing all week long! 

Meals included: dinner

Accommodation included: hotel

Day 2 - Ski touring around Bodø

At the beginning of the afternoon we take the ferry over to Moskenes - approx 3 hrs. Night in Sakrysoy before heading to the famous rorbu for the coming two nights.

Meals included: breakfast, picnic & dinner

Accommodation included: hotel or comfortable rorbu (restored former fisherman's hut)

Day 3 - Ski touring on the Southern tip of the Lofoten islands

Depending on the conditions at the time, we'll choose the outing! Quick immersion in the magical atmosphere of the Norwegian fjords...

Accommodation included: hotel or comfortable rorbu

Day 4 - Off to Henningsvær

We have a 2 hours drive to our next spot between Henningsvær and Svolvaer. Beautiful Ski touring in the fjords. We will stay for the three next nights in a comfortable hotel to be able to gain our energy back!

Day 5 & day 6 - Skiing in and around Henningsvær and Svolvaer

Every day has its surprises, and just when you think you've seen the best, you're surprised again! There's plenty of good skiing on the programme, with fish tastings to recoup our energy!

Day 7 - More skiing

In the afternoon we hit the road back to Bodø. 

Day 8 - Early wake up to get to the airport and head back home

Early morning departure for Bodø airport and return to France.

Meals included: breakfast

Please note this itinerary is an example of a ski touring trip with Azimut in the Lofoten, Norway. The guide may adjust certain itineraries and ski areas according to weather and snow conditions as well as participants' abilities. We kindly ask you to respect such decision. We may also change accommodation, with the same standards, depending on logistics and availabilities.

In case practices and customs defined by the local guide authorities change, estimating the reasonable number of clients per guide, for safety reasons, Azimut respects these, even last minute, decisions. Such cases are rare and mostly related to exceptional conditions in the mountains. Therefore some compensation may be requested from your side due to less participants per guide.

Meeting and leaving

Meeting points.

  • Bodø (BOO) airport - Norway Meeting time: late afternoon Leaving time: during the day

Get together - Practical information

Flights to buy: return to Bodø (BOO) Norway

Due to price variations, this ski touring trip in Lofoten is sold without flights. It will be cheaper and easier for you to book your flights from the airport and on the dates of your choice via airline websites or booking platforms such as MisterFly ,  Opodo ,  Kayak , etc. 

Please note: Only buy the flights for this trip once we have confirmed that your departure is guaranteed!

Please note: Very often, you have to collect your luggage from Oslo airport and check it in again. Try to have transit times of more than 2 hours.

4 to 6 participants

Azimut qualified mountain guide.

A team of 2 guides is on hand for groups of 8 to 10 people, allowing groups to be divided into different levels.

All our mountain guides are certified. We choose them for their sympathy, their teaching and organisational skills. We stay tuned in, work hands in hands, and make sure their working conditions are the best.

Getting around

Minibus on site.

Bring a light day pack just to carry your personal belongings for the day, your picnic, a few snacks and security equipment. We strongly recommend that you wear an airbag.

How technical does it get ? How fit should I be ?

Skill level.

The slopes may have some short steep passages. You should be at ease with ski touring techniques and skiing on all types of snow. We may also ski on glacier terrain. You should master uphill kick turns without hesitation.

Stamina level

Good physical condition is required, some uphill sections may be on foot. Ascents and descents vary between 800 & 1000 metres per day. 

Good to know: If you haven't got the level required, the guide will be able to ask you to leave for the well-being of the rest of the group. If any doubt, please do not hesitate to ask us! »

Pricing and insurance

The price includes

- Supervision by an Azimut mountain guide from France and all expenses (accommodation, meals, travel, etc.) 

- 7 nights' accommodation in comfortable twin rooms in a hotel or apartment hotel (rorbu)

- Half-board from the evening of D1 to the morning of D8

- All picnic lunches included on D2 and D7

- Vehicle hire and transport

- Loan of avalanche transceiver and probe if you are not equipped.

- The AZIMUT welcome pack 

The price does not include

- Return transport from your place of residence to the meeting point

- Air travel

- The extra cost of air transport for the skis you hire

- Personal expenses

- Meals on D1 (excluding dinner) Meals on D8 (excluding breakfast)

- Drinks and extras

- Ski hire, if required

- Anything not included in the "price includes" section

A 30% deposit, as well as the insurance cost if you choose to subscribe the latter, is required to secure your booking. You will receive a reminder email 35 days prior to departure for the outstanding balance that is due latest 30 days prior to departure. 

We strongly recommend you to be properly insured for the chosen activity. You should be covered for medical expenses, personal accident & liabilité, third party risks and rescue (helicopter), as well as trip cancellation or curtailment.

Repatriation and research insurance are mandatory when booking a trip with Azimut. We have a full range of insurances on offer to suit the trip you select and the risks that it may incur. 

Tipping is no obligation. However usually participants  hand round an envelope for those who wish to tip the guide.

Accommodation, meals and formalities

Depending on the composition of the group, you may be with someone of the opposite sex.

Where possible, we offer single rooms at a supplement of €465/person. Contact us for details

- D1 and D7 in a 3* hotel. Comfortable rooms for 2 people. Bed linen and towels provided. Dinner on D1 and breakfast on D2 + dinner on D7 and breakfast on D8 taken at the hotel.

- D2 to D3 in a 3-star hotel or in a comfortable Rorbuer (restored fisherman's cottage). For 2 or 4 people in 2-person rooms. Mountain corners and toilets shared by 2 or 4 people maximum. Breakfast and dinner are taken at the Hôtel des Rorbuers. 

- D4 to D7 in a 3* hotel between Henningsvaer and Svolvaer. Breakfast and dinner are taken in a restaurant from the evening of D4 to the morning of D7.

- Picnics at lunchtime from D2 to D7 inclusive. Either made up at the hotel or taken by the guide from local grocery shops.

Cash and currency

The Norwegian currency is the Krone (Kr. The exchange rate is approximately 11.28 K to 1 euro as at 06.04.2020). It is possible to change money in Oslo or Trömsö, but only by international credit card, as we will be arriving in the late afternoon and the banks will be closed.

A valid identity card or passport is sufficient to enter Norway.

Take your European health insurance card with you (ask your CPAM).

Phone, WiFi and electricity

In the event of an emergency or delay, you can contact our guide, whose number will be given to you before departure, or Azimut on 04 92 23 07 24. Pass on these contacts to your family and friends before you leave.

Telephone: Little telephone network

Electricity: 220-volt sockets on board, the same as in France.

Equipment - clothing & gear

Make sure to wear bright colours, it's good for the soul and gives photos a funky edge ! 

Skiing material (all in excellent condition)

- Ski touring skis with appropriate bindings.  We recommend  freeride type skis (wider at waist) so you can fully enjoy powdery descents as well as descents in any kind of snow.

- Ski touring boots

- Ski skins and crampons

- Ski poles

- A 35 litre daypack 

Security advice: avalanche airbag backpacks are highly recommended . They help to stay on the surface in case of avalanche and minimize the risk of burial. Azimut guides use them. These bags contain cartridges with compressed air - please contact the airline to check on air transport regulations as they may be classed as hazardous goods.

- Avalanche kit: transceiver, shovel and probe (please let us know if you have your own, if not we lend them for free)

- Padded ski bag for airline transportation

- Ski helmet highly recommended

If you don't have the adequate equipment for the trip, don’t worry and travel light: we rent out the required gear and hand it over at the start of the trip ! Our equipment is relatively new, if not brand new, of good quality and adapted to your choice of activity.

Prices of rental equipment during the entire trip (these competitive prices only take into account the number of days of the trip, also includes excess bagage fare - your rental gear will be handed over on site):

You can choose to rent equipment when booking your trip, or lateron by clicking on “my account”. If any of the equipment that you’ve chosen is out of stock you’ll be notified and reimbursed.

Due to security restrictions on air transportation, we do not rent out airbags for overseas trips.

In case your skis and gear arrive late or are lost during transportation, we are not to be held responsible and do not apply a discount on rental gear nor pay for the cost of rental gear until your own gear arrives.

This list of clothes is designed to give you an idea of clothes that it may be a good to have with you. No need to have the latest brands nor the latest gear, but if you need to refresh of refill your wardrobe, this guide would be a good start.

- Warm hat or buff/scarf

- 2 pairs of ski goggles and sunglasses with UV factory 4 protective lenses. Photochromic glasses adapt to light intensity, and have filter index up to category 4, they are very useful

- Ski helmet (highly recommended)

- Under layer: breathable long sleeved tops to maintain heat. A tip: merino wool is breathable and has anti-bacterial properties and is therefore less likely to smell as opposed to synthetic fabrics. Take this into consideration if you need to update your wardrobe.

- Middle layer: a light polar or synthetic jacket for an extra layer of heat during breaks

- Outer layer: a Gore-tex or similar type of jacket with a breathable waterproof membrane. Make sure it's lightweight and compact so it doesn't take up too much space in your backpack

- Bottom layer: trousers with a breathable waterproof membrane (Gore Tex or similar) with long side zips allowing air to flow, recommended on climbs

- Hands: light fleece or soft shell gloves, a pair of silk glove liners to go underneath, warm gloves with a breathable and waterproof membrane. Mittens are always a good idea for really cold days of for those of you who feel the cold !

- Swimming gear: it takes up such little space, it would be a shame not to bring it just in case. Avoid swimming shorts or bermudas, they are not usually allowed.

- Ski socks: merino wool socks are breathable and have anti-bacterial properties and are less likely to smell as opposed to those made of synthetic fabrics. Think about them if you need to stock up.

- Slippers / Crocs recommended for evening wear.

Odds and ends

  • 1 litre flask (Thermos or Camelback)
  • Pocket knife
  • Sun cream, UV factor 50 
  • Duffle type bag holding up to 110 litres to leave at the hotel or in the vehicle. No suitcases.

Toiletries and first aid kit

- personal toilet bag

-  To make your a first aid kit, please find all information on  Ifremont's  website. 

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Our guides use the following brands for their gear and you'll have the opportunity to test them during the trip:

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And last but not least...

Don't forget to

  • Leave contact details with your friends and family
  • Bring your papers and I.D. (passport and visa if necessary)
  • Bring your contract number and documents related to your insurance (if you've chosen not to have insure coverage with us)
  • Bring your “carte vitale” and your European health card (EU member states) - if you don't have one you can order one for free online   www.ameli.fr
  • Check that you have the right equipment
  • Take spare batteries and a charger for your electronic devices (camera, video recorder, tracking devices etc)
  • Bring some cash and your credit card
  • Leave in a good frame of mind: we're going to have a great time even if we may not happen to not make it to the summit !
  • Before leaving: water the plants, empty the rubbish bin, turn off the water and gas, and tell your partner that you're going to have a good time (not by text message), that you well deserved... If you don't follow the latter recommendation, you'll most probably kick yourself when you get back !

See you on the slopes !  Have great runs with AZIMUT !

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Norway ski touring - Lofoten islands

Norway ski touring – lofoten islands.

Norway ski touring trip to the Lofoten Islands is a wonderful experience between fjords and unforgettable landscapes. The Lofoten Islands, historically associated with fishing, have a unique morphology, with low mountains (between 600 and 1,200 meters), ending in sheer cliffs overlooking the sea.

Despite their not so considerable height, the mountains in Lofoten Islands are nonetheless superb. Every day you can choose a different itinerary, start skinning up right at sea level. There are endless opportunities for all levels. Easy tours to enjoy the beauty of the landscape, or more engaging steep and funny descents. A perfect experience to make happy even the most discerning freerider!

During our 8-days ski tour, we will stay overnight in the characteristic “rorbuer” (oarsman’s hut), typical shelters used by Norwegian fishermen. These little houses, full equipped and very comfortable, are dotted all round the Lofoten Islands and the Norwegian coast.

GROUP DEPARTURES

Departure from Milan, Turin, Verona or another airport (according to the participants’ residence) with low cost flights to Evanes (Harstad-Narvik). Transfer to Evenskjer with a rented car and overnight stay in a rorbuer (fishermen’s huts) where we will start our Lofoten ski touring trip.

Difference in altitude: 736 m After breakfast, transfer to Svolvaer , where we’ll leave our luggage. After a quick snack, we’ll set off and skin up Sydalsfjellet, an easy climb to get familiar with this place and its ambiance. This will be an idyllic plaisir descent.

Difference in altitude: 900 m Ascent of the marvellous Varden East and, if conditions allow, crossing as far as Stortind.

Difference in altitude: 1085 m Ascent of the spectacular Geitgaljeting, the most alpine and evocative peak in the island.

Difference in altitude: 934 m On this long touring day we’ll reach one of the most isolated islands, the Langstrandstind.

Difference in altitude: 755 m We skin up Torskmannen, where wide slopes abound: here you’ll be able to give free rein to slash-‘n-burn turns. Transfer to Evenskjer, where we’ll spend our last night and we’ll organize our trip back.

Difference in altitude: 930 m Transfer to Harstad and ascent to Nonstinden on Topptur area. Overnight in Hotel

Transfer to Evanes (Harstad-Narvik) for our flight back to Italy.

The 5-days program can be modified according to snow conditions and weather conditions, as well as depending on the technical skills of the participants. The ski-mountaineering itineraries do not present particular technical difficulties (average daily difference between 700-1,000 m), only some short final parts may require the use of crampons or knives (rampant). It also requires a good adaptation to group life and the preparation of daily meals as it will be housed in large houses with common areas.

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  • the assistance of a UIAGM/IFMGA certified Mountain Guide
  • liability insurance
  • booking assistance service (including assistance for refuges and lifts reservation)
  • accommodation in Rorbuer
  • Mini Van rental
  • the Mountain Guide’s expenses (transfers and accommodation)
  • single camera supplement
  • meals and beverages for the Guides and for the participants ( to be covered by participants)
  • Mini Van fuel ( to be covered by participants)
  • flight to Narvik
  • anything that is not mentioned under "The rate includes"
  • It is crucial that participants follow all instructions provided by the mountain guides before and during the activities, and that they accept any changes made to the programme in order to guarantee their safety.
  • Fees for lift facilities, transfers and mountain lodges are subject to changes established and applied by the respective owners without any liability attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.
  • The rates listed in the “The rate does not include” section are to be considered merely indicative and are therefore subject to changes.
  • PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides reserves the right to change any route or activity programme based on conditions (weather, accessibility, refuge) and participants’ fitness level.
  • The dates indicated for the activities may change due to weather, snow, or soil conditions, etc. In addition, they depend on the date of opening/closing of the lift facilities, which are established seasonally/yearly by the managing entities of the same and, therefore, are not in any way attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.

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The best way to experience the peaks of Lofoten is on a pair of skis in winter. Nowhere else in the world offers such mountain and sea views, while the thrilling descents are breathtaking.

Imagine standing on the summit of a mountain in Lofoten on a sunny day in March or April. The mountainside beneath you is so steep that you can’t see the shore at the bottom, but out at sea there are hundreds of boats and fishermen, because this is fishing season. The Lofoten Wall stretches away to your right and left, and right now you’re a part of it. Way out to your right, you can see Lofotodden and then Mosken, Værøy, and Røst. Straight ahead, in the distance, you can see the peaks of Steigartindan on the mainland. And down to your left is an almost vertical gully, down which you are about to plunge. If this sounds absolutely terrifying, then skip to another page. If it’s got your adrenaline pumping, then read on!

New tracks in the skiing landscape

From an off-piste perspective, you can’t say that Lofoten is anything other than a collection of ski slopes. As a rule, you can park your car and walk for ten minutes to reach the foot of the mountain. There are slopes of every kind, from wide and gentle for beginners to tight vertical gullies for ski-touring extremists. The height of the mountains might not be all that impressive, with Himmeltinden on Vestvågøy island only reaching a modest 931 metres (3,054 feet), despite its name which translates as Sky Peak, but there are downhill sections of every grade of difficulty.

Late start, late finish

Lofoten is in the middle of the Gulf Stream, and the snow comes late here. It’s not until Christmas that there is any to speak of. But that’s also the time of the twilight months and their short days, and on top of that, the area is lashed by storms so strong they are given names. But as we head into February, the weather becomes more predictable, even if a temperamental low-pressure area from the Arctic Ocean can fill the gullies with hip-deep, delicate powder snow. March and April are perfect for excursions in Lofoten, with very settled weather, long days, mild daytime temperatures and reliable snow. In May, there is still snow between the peaks, with grainy snow-like soft ice cream, which is fun to ski on. In some years, the season even lasts until June, letting you ski under the midnight sun.

Lofoten Splitboard and Ski-touring Festival

At Hattvika Lodge at Ballstad on Vestvågøy island, a mountaineering festival is held every April. The event takes place over a long weekend and includes daily mountaineering trips to specially selected ski mountains with a difference, a trip out on the Lofoten Sea to fish for Skrei cod, and parties in the evenings, with Skrei cod, salt cod, and other local Lofoten dishes on the menu. The event is sold out long in advance each year, so book early. At the bottom of this article, we have posted footage filmed during the festival showing the skiers Kaj Zachrisson, Tom Guneriussen and David Underland.

Safety first

The steep mountains in Lofoten are not for everyone. It’s particularly important to be aware of your own level and limitations. You must be sure that you can actually ski down the mountain that you have chosen to ascend. Your basic personal equipment should include an avalanche beacon, avalanche probe, and spade, and you must be able to use this equipment. You should also have had some companion rescue training in the mountains. Wind and temperature changes through the winter mean that the snow conditions vary tremendously from year to year. It is therefore important to take a local guide who has been watching the snow develop throughout the winter. In any case, remember to check the avalanche forecast at Norway’s national forecast Varsom

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Moscow metro private tours.

  • 2-hour tour $87:  10 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 3-hour tour $137:  20 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with Russian lunch in beautifully-decorated Metro Diner + hotel pick-up and drop off. 
  • Metro pass is included in the price of both tours.

Highlight of Metro Tour

  • Visit 10 must-see stations of Moscow metro on 2-hr tour and 20 Metro stations on 3-hr tour, including grand Komsomolskaya station with its distinctive Baroque décor, aristocratic Mayakovskaya station with Soviet mosaics, legendary Revolution Square station with 72 bronze sculptures and more!
  • Explore Museum of Moscow Metro and learn a ton of technical and historical facts;
  • Listen to the secrets about the Metro-2, a secret line supposedly used by the government and KGB;
  • Experience a selection of most striking features of Moscow Metro hidden from most tourists and even locals;
  • Discover the underground treasure of Russian Soviet past – from mosaics to bronzes, paintings, marble arches, stained glass and even paleontological elements;
  • Learn fun stories and myths about Coffee Ring, Zodiac signs of Moscow Metro and more;
  • Admire Soviet-era architecture of pre- and post- World War II perious;
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Sparrow Hills from Luzhniki Metro Bridge – MetroMost, the only station of Moscow Metro located over water and the highest station above ground level;
  • If lucky, catch a unique «Aquarelle Train» – a wheeled picture gallery, brightly painted with images of peony, chrysanthemums, daisies, sunflowers and each car unit is unique;
  • Become an expert at navigating the legendary Moscow Metro system;
  • Have fun time with a very friendly local;
  • + Atmospheric Metro lunch in Moscow’s the only Metro Diner (included in a 3-hr tour)

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Komsomolskaya

Novoslobodskaya

Prospekt Mira

Belorusskaya

Mayakovskaya

Novokuznetskaya

Revolution Square

Sparrow Hills

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Vystavochnaya

Dostoevskaya

Elektrozavodskaya

Partizanskaya

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  • Drop-off  at your hotel, Novodevichy Convent, Sparrow Hills or any place you wish
  • + Russian lunch  in Metro Diner with artistic metro-style interior for 3-hour tour

Fun facts from our Moscow Metro Tours:

From the very first days of its existence, the Moscow Metro was the object of civil defense, used as a bomb shelter, and designed as a defense for a possible attack on the Soviet Union.

At a depth of 50 to 120 meters lies the second, the coded system of Metro-2 of Moscow subway, which is equipped with everything you need, from food storage to the nuclear button.

According to some sources, the total length of Metro-2 reaches over 150 kilometers.

The Museum was opened on Sportivnaya metro station on November 6, 1967. It features the most interesting models of trains and stations.

Coffee Ring

The first scheme of Moscow Metro looked like a bunch of separate lines. Listen to a myth about Joseph Stalin and the main brown line of Moscow Metro.

Zodiac Metro

According to some astrologers, each of the 12 stops of the Moscow Ring Line corresponds to a particular sign of the zodiac and divides the city into astrological sector.

Astrologers believe that being in a particular zadiac sector of Moscow for a long time, you attract certain energy and events into your life.

Paleontological finds 

Red marble walls of some of the Metro stations hide in themselves petrified inhabitants of ancient seas. Try and find some!

  • Every day each car in  Moscow metro passes  more than 600 km, which is the distance from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
  • Moscow subway system is the  5th in the intensity  of use (after the subways of Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai).
  • The interval in the movement of trains in rush hour is  90 seconds .

What you get:

  • + A friend in Moscow.
  • + Private & customized Moscow tour.
  • + An exciting pastime, not just boring history lessons.
  • + An authentic experience of local life.
  • + Flexibility during the walking tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences.
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. Discounts on weekdays (Mon-Fri).
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels.
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time in Moscow.

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The Moscow Metro Tour is included in most guided tours’ itineraries. Opened in 1935, under Stalin’s regime, the metro was not only meant to solve transport problems, but also was hailed as “a people’s palace”. Every station you will see during your Moscow metro tour looks like a palace room. There are bright paintings, mosaics, stained glass, bronze statues… Our Moscow metro tour includes the most impressive stations best architects and designers worked at - Ploshchad Revolutsii, Mayakovskaya, Komsomolskaya, Kievskaya, Novoslobodskaya and some others.

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The guide will not only help you navigate the metro, but will also provide you with fascinating background tales for the images you see and a history of each station.

And there some stories to be told during the Moscow metro tour! The deepest station - Park Pobedy - is 84 metres under the ground with the world longest escalator of 140 meters. Parts of the so-called Metro-2, a secret strategic system of underground tunnels, was used for its construction.

During the Second World War the metro itself became a strategic asset: it was turned into the city's biggest bomb-shelter and one of the stations even became a library. 217 children were born here in 1941-1942! The metro is the most effective means of transport in the capital.

There are almost 200 stations 196 at the moment and trains run every 90 seconds! The guide of your Moscow metro tour can explain to you how to buy tickets and find your way if you plan to get around by yourself.

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