The Lofoten Islands are an archipelago in Norway, lying above the Arctic Circle. Between fjords and mountains, this region offers some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country. It’s also an amazing rock climbing destination, with granite pillars and cliffs providing classic climbing routes for all levels. Picture yourself approaching a big granite wall with the emerald waters of the Norwegian Sea at your back. Sounds amazing, isn’t it? Besides, in July you can experience 24 hours of daylight to enjoy! Check out all our options for rock climbing trips in the Lofoten Islands and take your pick for a trip you will never forget! Explore-Share only promotes trips led by certified mountain guides.
The Lofoten Islands contain an overwhelming amount of raw natural beauty, and nestled within these beautiful spots are some of the best rock climbing spots one can imagine, with the lack of crowds and epic views providing a near-perfect setting.
Some of the rock climbing can be quite challenging, so being fit and in decent shape before arriving will maximise enjoyment of the activity.
The villages are full of intriguing histories and culture which they are very proud of, providing endless hours of exploration and discovery, thus ensuring there is always something to see and do.
Very mild considering its location, with temperatures getting up to 15-20 degrees celsius in Summer and down to 1-2 degrees celsius in Winter.
Flights from Oslo to Harstad/Narvik Airport, and then 3 hour drive to Svolvær, the gateway town to the Lofoten Islands.
The summer months are the best time visit for rock climbing, as temperatures can climb up to 20 degrees celsius and there is constant light.
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