Guided ski touring in arctic Norway 

 - One week of ski touring in northern Norway -

Guided ski touring week in Lyngen Alps is a unique adventure that combines stunning fjord views, dramatic peaks, and pristine snow conditions. The Lyngen Alps is located just under 70 degrees in northern Norway, and they offer some of the best ski touring opportunities in the world, with a mix of challenging ascents and rewarding descents.


The ski touring season in northern Norway typically runs from February to May, with March and April being the most popular months due to longer daylight hours and generally stable snow conditions.


Experienced guides with local knowledge ensure safety and optimal route choices. They provide instruction on techniques and safety throughout the tour.


We use lodge accommodation, where our guests also stay. The accommodation has three bedrooms for our quests, living room, kitchen, sauna by the arctic ocean, shower, toilet, wifi and much more. The accommodation includes bed linen and towels.


Participants take care of meals themselves. The kitchen of the accommodation is well equipped and it is easy to prepare good meals there, even for a larger group.

 Possibility to buy half-board at an additional cost.


Max 8 Skiers + 2 Guides


Lyngen Alps, northern Norway


Tromsø is the closest major airport and it is about one hour drive from the lodge. 


Week 1. - March 22nd - 29th

Week 2. - March 29th - April 5th


1190 € /person

open group

Physical fitness and skills:

Participants should be in good physical condition and have some prior ski touring experience. Ability to handle variable snow conditions and undertake physical exertion is important.

Weather and Safety:

The Arctic weather can be unpredictable, requiring flexibility in plans. Daily assessments of weather and snow conditions are crucial for safety.

 If we have to cancel the excursion planned for the day due to weather conditions, another activity will be planned for the day.


PRICE: 1190 € /person

This 7 night trip runs from Saturday to Saturday.

Price includes:

  • Guided ski touring in Lyngen Alps and Tromsø area
  • Lodge accommodation 7 nights, Saturday to Saturday
  • Maximum 8 guests per group
  • Transportation during excursions
  • Pick up & drop off at the Tromsø airport

Additional fees:

  • Half-board at an additional price of 250,- EUR per person

Not included:

  • International and domestic airfares
  • Personal insurance
  • Equipment

Saturday, arrival day:

  • Fly into Tromsø, the largest city in northern Norway.

  • Meet your guides and fellow participants. 
  • Arrival at the Lodge
  • Briefing on the week's itinerary, safety protocols, and equipment check.

Daily Routine:

  • Morning: Wake-up, breakfast, and preparation for the day's tour.
  • Skiing: Each day, embark on a different tour, our vertical drop ranging from 800 to 1500 meters. Destinations vary based on conditions and group ability but might include some classic peaks of Lyngen Alps. 
  • Lunch: A packed lunch on the mountain.
  • Evening Activities: Dinner, route planning for the next day and socializing. Possible to witnessing the Northern Lights if conditions are favorable.

Saturday, departure day:

  • Your guide will take you to the airport for your flight home.


    Every participant needs skiing equipment:

    • Backpack, 30-40 liter (must enable to attach skis)

    • Randonnèe skis (preferably tech bindings) or splitboard

    • climbing skins and ski crampons

    • 2-3 Heli straps

    • Ski boots

    • Poles


    • Wind/waterproof shell

    • Gloves / mittens / hat (wind and waterproof)

    • Socks (for many days)

    • Insulating underwear (wool)

    • Insulating midlayer (wool, fleece or thin down west)

    • Insulating jacket (down or primaloft)

    Avalance safety equipment:

    • Modern avalanche beacon

    • Shovel

    • Probe


    • Helmet

    • Sunglasses and goggles

    • Sunblock (strong!)

    • Bottle / thermos

    Quality ski touring equipment is essential: touring skis, skins, avalanche safety gear (modern beacon, shovel, probe), and appropriate clothing for Arctic conditions.

    You will get detailed equipment list after booking.

    The guide brings:

    • Small repair kit
    • First aid kit
    • Emergency bivouac
    • GPS, map and compass

    If you have any questions we are happy to help you!

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