Sailing & ski mountaineering in northern Norway, 7 days from Tromsø to Alta

Join Massimo, an IFMGA and UIAGM certified mountain guide, on the experience of a lifetime, where you’ll spend a week sailing, climbing mountains and skiing against the stunning backdrop of the Norwegian arctic landscape.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range

Lyngen Alps

People per Guide

Trip Level

Sustained

Offer Period

Mar, Apr, May

Type of Trip

Group

Highlights

 
  • Ski from summit to sea in pristine snow

  • Sail around northern Norway taking in spectacular views of fjords and mountains

  • Experience mountaineering in Arctic Norway

 

Join me on an epic 7-day ski trip in the Lyngen Alps in northern Norway, where we’ll sail around on a 50-meter, three-masted sailing ship in search of the best slopes.

We’ll avoid the crowds and get better access to pristine powder by choosing the sailing route. This will also give us spectacular views of fjords and islands along the way. We might even catch the Northern Lights which can be seen in the area until mid-April.

Our adventure will begin in Tromsø where we’ll board the beautiful Rembrandt Van Rijn sailboat. The Rembrandt will be our home for 7 days, as we explore the mountains of Arctic Norway. These mountains include:

-Arnoyhogda
-Stoltindn
– Øksfordjøkelen
-Nordmannsfjellet

Each day will start with breakfast on board, after which, we’ll make our way to shore to start our ascent into the mountains for hours of mountaineering and skiing. During the afternoons, we’ll sail to our next destination, giving you time to rest, socialise or take photos of the breathtaking scenery.

All meals are included, and you have two choices of accommodation-  a single bed in a budget-friendly twin cabin without a porthole, or for €300 more, you can reserve a single bed in a larger twin cabin with a porthole. All cabins have a private bathroom complete with a shower.

To take this trip, you should be comfortable skiing off-piste and on black runs. We’ll be walking for around 5-7 hours every day in challenging terrain, so you’ll also need a good level of fitness.

Sign up today and don’t miss this once in a lifetime experience to sail around northern Norway.

If you’re looking for a shorter ski touring trip, take a look at this one.

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
2200 EUR

Group of 2
2200 EUR

Group of 3
2200 EUR

Group of 4
2200 EUR

Group of 5
2200 EUR

Group of 6
2200 EUR

Group of 7
2200 EUR

Group of 8
2200 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • Transport during the trip
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
 This is the per person price to join one of my group tours
 

Itinerary

 
  • Day 1Day one

    We’ll meet at Tromsø airport before heading to the ship and boarding at 16:00 for a 18:00 departure towards Akkarfjord in Arnøya.

  • Day 2Day two

    Our first day of skiing and mountaineering will be on the island of Arnøya which we’ll reach via Akkarfjord.

  • Day 3Day three

    Day three will be spent at Lauksletta in Arnøya for more mountain climbing and powder.

  • Day 4Day 4

    Frakkfjorden is our day four destination and we’ll spend the day skiing and mountaineering.

  • Day 5Day Five

    On day five we’ll cross from Langfjorden to Øksfjord for more skiing and mountain climbing.

  • Day 6Day six

    We’ll spend the day skiing and mountaineering from Simavik in Stjernøya. 

  • Day 7Day seven

    Our final day will be spent skiing and mountaineering on the island of Seiland.

  • Day 8Day eight

    We’ll arrive at Alta at 9:00am, then travel to the airport for your flight.

 
 

Next departures

For private groups contact the guide
 
Next datesInfo
11/04/2020 to 18/04/2020
 
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Advanced

Fitness level required

Fit

Meeting point

Tromsø Airport

Accommodation

The Rembrandt Van Rijn can host 30 passengers at any one time. There are two types of cabins, a lower cost twin cabin without a porthole, or a larger twin cabin with a porthole. This cabin is €300 more for the week. All cabins accommodate two people and contain bunk beds and a private bathroom complete with shower. The low-cost cabin is subject to availability.

More info

Here are items you’ll need to back, please let me know if you need to hire any ski equipment in advance and I can help you with this:

- Comfortable sports clothes for time spent on board

- Warm cap ideally windproof

- Lightweight and/or wool buff for the neck or to use as a balaclava

- "Gore-tex" jacket or similar (only the shell, without padding)

- "Windstopper" jacket or similar

- Lightweight synthetic down jacket

- A warm and breathable second layer

- Breathable technical underwear (no cotton or wool!)

- Ski mountaineering pants

- Lightweight, technical socks

- 2 pairs of gloves. One pair that is light and breathable for the ascent and a heavier pair for the descent

- Touring Skis

- Ski mountaineering boots with ski stop

- Snow knives

- Climbing Skins

- Extendable sticks with washers

- Helmet

- Digital Artva (avalanche receiver-transmitter)

- Snow shovel

- Snow probe

- A lightweight day backpack with a capacity 30/40 liters.

- Sunglasses with 100% UV protection

- Sun lotion with minimum protection of 50

- Bottle and/or thermos and/or camelbak, with a capacity of 1 / 1.5 liters

- Energy bars

- Camera

 

About the Guide

 
 

We are inMont, a group of IFMGA Alpine Guides from Venezia Giulia Region.

We offer all range of mountain activities: mountaineering, rock to ice climbing, high mountains, ski mountaineering, expeditions in and outside Europe, and we organize courses.

We are Massimo Candolini, Guido Candolini, Gianni Dorigo and Andrea Fusari. In addition, some Alpine Guides of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region collaborate with us.

 
 

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What People are Saying about INMONT

 

poor weather limited the experience. We had hoped for a guide more familiar with the area, our first and last night were in a remote place requiring an hours walk. We only learnt about this on the day of departure. otherwise no problems
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Nico Vanderhauwaert
 

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