The jagged and piercing peaks that stand along the Lyngen Alps in northern Norway are magnetic for picturesque mountain climbs. And besides its climbing quality, the mountains are home to alpine wildlife, and offers a premium seat for the Northern Lights. In general, visit during the warmer months between June and August for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
1-day Soria-Moria ridge climbing traverse, Ersfjord
Ersfjord 2-day ridge traverse in Kvaloya island, Tromso
Climbing Otertind in the Lyngen Alps
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Lyngen Alps?
Located in the far north of Norway, in the county of Troms, is the Lyngen Alps. It runs parallel to the western shoreline of the rugged Lyngen fjord, and cuts through the municipalities of Lyngen as well as Balsfjord and Storfjord. The Lyngen Alps feature fantastic views and quality climbing among its very remote character. The closest big city is Tromso that lies to the west of the mountains.
Why should I choose Lyngen Alps for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Lyngen Alps?
The region receives a mild summer with temperatures reaching on average 12°C, with spring featuring the driest season.
Which language is predominantly spoken in the Lyngen Alps region?
Norwegian and Sami.
What currency is accepted around Lyngen Alps?
What's the country code for the Lyngen Alps region?
When is the best time to travel to Lyngen Alps for Mountain Climbing?
In general, visit during the warmer months between June and August for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
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