Ice Climbing trips – Lofoten

Cross the arctic circle and climb in this paradise painted white

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It is not recommended to go ice climbing without a guide, even if you are an expert. Also remember that you will need a good technical equipment to keep you safe.

Although in Lofoten you will find some of the longest routes and the best frozen gorges in the world, there are options for all levels, even for those who try ice climbing for the first time. We repeat, just make sure you hire a certified local guide to enjoy the experience to the fullest. We can help you!




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The winter temperatures of Lofoten are very mild considering that it is located north of the Arctic Circle. Average temperatures remain above 0 °C throughout the year in the northeast of Lofoten. In summer, the average temperature is 13 °C. May and June are the driest months, while October has three times more rainfall. Strong winds can occur in late autumn and winter, but they usually disappear by the end of March and mid-October.




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How to get there

There are three small airports: the Svolvær airport, the Leknes airport and the Røst airport, which mainly offer flights to Bodø, an important communications center. There is also a heliport in Værøy and a ferry network. The main road of Lofoten is the E10, which leads to the island of Moskenes by land from Narvik and Harstad. The largest islands of Lofoten are already connected by bridges or underwater tunnels under the fjords.

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