The Lyngen Alps are a protected mountain range in the northeast of the Norwegian county of Troms. Its steep mountain peaks act as a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts seeking fresh alpine challenges. With a tradition of agriculture and fishing, the mountains hold endless relics of its once vital cultural life and different communities. Visit during the warmer months between June and August for prime hiking conditions.
The Nordic nation of Norway is located in the northwest of Europe, with a population of approximately 5 million. Its northeast coast lies off the Norwegian Sea, while the south coast lies off the North Sea. It shares its long eastern border with Sweden, while to the northeast is bordered with Finland and Russia. The stunning mountain range of the Lyngen Alps rolls along the western shoreline of the rugged Lyngen fjord.
Norway is milder than other regions of the far north, thanks to the warm Atlantic waters. Winters are characterised by cold and snowy conditions, with short hours of daylight.
Visit during the warmer months between June and August for prime hiking conditions.
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