Splitboarding in Norway

An exotic frosty landscape packed with frozen fjords and arctic peaks

The rugged mountains of Norway rise and fall from the southern coastline to the arctic north. With thick blankets of snow spread all across the mainland and islands, the terrain of the country is perfect for skiing and snowboarding. And its large collection of slopes means that its widely accessible for all levels of ability Visit between February and April for prime splitboarding conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

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The landscape of Norway was once completely covered in a thick ice sheet during the last ice age. As the thick layers of ice started to move, it carved out the deep valleys that now dominate the terrain of Norway. As the ice started to melt it filled the valleys, forming the famous fjords of Norway. Now it forms the picturesque background to some spectacular splitboarding runs.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+47

Language

Norwegian

Currency

Norwegian krone

Best time to visit

Visit between February and April for ideal conditions

What's the weather like?

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

More info about Splitboarding in Norway:

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. It contains a beautiful rugged coastline with thousands of islands and fjords scattered across the seas

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