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Jabi Álvarez
High Mountain and Canyoning Guide

Norway with mountain skis, skiing in the polar circle

This programme is one of the most attractive ones we can offer. It’s a trip to polar lands with many attractions given the peculiarities of the destination. We can enjoy of the northern lights if we correctly choose the dates, and as a peculiarity of our tours, they’ll start in the sea and also finish in the sea. The fact of skiing in the Norwegian fjords offers us the chance see some landscapes we won’t find in any other place.

After different trips and experiences in this zones, we can offer you an easy programme, with daily departures from the Lodge, with a mountain ambiance and good catering, where we will lodge so we can enjoy the maximum of our journey. We have decided to spent the nights in earth and not in the ship because it’s more comfortable and functional. We can dry our material every day and we are not conditioned to do the ascensions from the beach where the ship docks. Thus, we’ll be able to choose a different ascension every day depending on weather and snow conditions.

We suggest you different ascensions, but we can adapt the trip to your desires and your ski level, focusing it to the corridors and downhill skiing or to less sloping and more comfortable mountains.  This trip offers us so many options that we can repeat it and make different ascensions.

We have an organised trip for those who have never been in Norway with some of the most representative mountains so you can leave with a good taste in your mouth and knowing the place.


    • Day 1: Trip to Tromso. Trip by rental car to Lyngseidet, where we will sleep during the first part of the trip.
    • Day 2: Ascension to Storgalten 1.219m
      Difficulty: easy-moderate
      Average slope 30º
      Positive slope: 1.210m
      Time: 5h
    • Day 3: Ascension to Kavringtinden 1.289m. Nice ridge and a good descent with some slope that will impress us but won’t be very hard. It can be combined with the ascension to Rornestinden 1.041m
      Difficulty: moderate
      Average slope 30º
      Positive slope: 1.200m
      Time: 5h
    • Day 4: Ascension to Tafeltinden 1.395m. Nice climb, a little bit longer than the previous and it elapses through a glacier.                                                                                                                         Difficulty: moderate
      Average slope 35º
      Positive slope: 1.390m
      Time: 7h
    • Day 5: Ascension to Tromsdaltinden 1.238m. It’s the most representative mountain in the zone because it can be seen from the city of Tromso. After this ascension we will move to Tromso to sleep there during the last two nights of the trip.
      Difficulty: easy-moderate
      Average slope 35º
      Positive slope: 1.180m
      Time: 6h
    • Day 6: Ascension to Ullstinden 1.078m. Nice ascension without big difficulties that will give us access to the north edge of the fjord, having the feel that we are in an island inside the ocean.
      Difficulty: easy
      Average slope 25º
      Positive slope: 1.000m
      Time: 4h
    • Day 7: Reservation day that we can use to carry out an ascension in the morning before taking the return flight or we can do tourism in Tromso.


    Another popular summits we can make are:

    • Middagstinden 1.006m (Kvaloia)
    • Skitntinden 1:042m (Kvaloia)
    • Daltinden 1.533m (Lyngen Alps)
    • Fastdalstinden 1.275m (Lyngen Alps)
    • Jiekkevarri 1.834m (Lyngen Alps)
    • Sofiatinden 1.222m (Lyngen Alps)


  • Ratio: 6 participants per guide
  • Dates: December-April
  • Duration: 7 days, extensible to 9 days
  • Difficulty: MBE, S3


  • Price: From 500€/pax
  • Things included:

    IFMGA High mountain guide service, shelter booking, guide’s technical and security material.

  • Not included:

    Transports, rental car, sleepover expenses and sustenance, both from the client and the guide and the expenses of the trip to Tromso (around 800 € per person).

 Necessary material

Mountain skiing materials (skis, boots, furs, blades, poles), personal security material (2 technical ice-axes, crampons, harness, Arva transceiver, shovel, probe, climbing lanyard, 1 security snap hook and helmet), adequate clothes for high mountain and cold (gore-tex or similar jacket and trousers, thermal socks, cap or balaclava, thermal underwear, two pairs of gloves, sun and blizzard glasses, 35 litres backpack, water bottle, attack food (sweet and salty), isotonic drink, suncream, head torch and extra batteries.

*If you don’t have some of this technical materials, ask us about availability.


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