Join Juho, IFMGA certified mountain guide, in this 8-day ski touring experience in the wonderful Lofoten islands, in Norway, and ski down to the sea!
I invite you in this occasion ski touring in a truly beautiful environment. Lofoten is an archipelago in Norway with dramatic landscapes. Indeed, here the mountains meet the sea in a unique setting.
This stunning arctic coast is right next to mountains where we can ski. In March the snow gets to the coast, making it possible to ski all the way down there. We will enjoy not only the beautiful scenery, but also the high quality snow for ski touring.
Our base during the tour is Sortland. It’s a rather unknown town in the Lofoten Islands. Every day, leaving from our lodge we can ski on the main Islands. But we can also go to ski touring in the beautiful nearby area of Vesteralen. In fact, this other region has an incredible offer of ski touring itineraries. And in this case, we can also ski down to the ocean, and to the coast of the fjords.
Next departure: March 4th to Match 11th 2018.
The peaks where we ski are only about 600-800m high. But the ski touring quality is outstanding since by skiing down to the sea level we have innumerable possible slopes to combine. In total we have around 1000-1200 (1500 maximum) vertical meters touring per day.
Did you find this proposal interesting? Then please get in touch with me for more information! I would love to guide you in this magic white land.
In seaside houses.
Requirements: The tour is planned for skiers who already have some experience in ski touring. However you don't need to be very experienced. It is sufficient if you are technically in a position to ski on 35 degrees slopes. Physically the participants must be able to manage up to 5-hour climbs and about 8 hours total touring time per day at a moderate pace. Equipment: backpack 25-35L, touring skis, climbing skins, ski boots, telescopic poles with large plates, snow safety equipment, functional underwear, touring pants, t-shirt or shirt mountain wind and waterproof jacket (hardshell breathable), softshell jacket, intermediate layer / isolation layer (fleece or thermal jacket depending on the weather), well-fitting socks, warm gloves, warm hat,, sunscreen, lip cream SPF 30, sunglasses, snacks for the touring days, thermos flask (unbreakable) and bottle (or one of them, depending on the tour, weather and preference), passport, identity card, camera, phone charger, credit card, money. LVS equipment (rental): please let me know 4 weeks in advance if you need it.
In Sortland. Sortland is easy to reach from the Evenes Airport by bus (with every arriving flight there is a direct bus to Sortland town, 1:30hs approx.)
We meet at Sortland and transfer to our accommodation. Our base will be cosy seaside houses, just out of town.
Each day we go for a new ski touring adventure, leaving from out lodge. We will spend this day in the Lofoten range and the Vesteralen range.
Transfer to the airport bus to Sortland.
Hi, my name is Juho, a mountain guide originally from Finland. I started to guide when I came to Chile end of 2006. I was a living and working in Chile while I took UIAGM guiding cources in Argentina until 2011. Nowadays I am living on the shore of Lake of Constanz on Swiss-German border. ...and guiding from here in the Alps, Northern Scandinavia and in the Andes. I have also a small guiding company in Konstanz.
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Guide was awesome. Great terrain selection, finding good snow and overall trip organization. Would definitely go with him in the future.