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Splitboarding week in Uløya island, Lyngen Alps

Join Pawel, IFMGA-certified mountain guide, for this splitboarding adventure in Uløya island, a unique spot in the Norwegian Lyngen Alps!

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7 Days

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May


All Levels


* Discover the amazing powder terrain of Uløya Island surroundings.

* Sail across the beautiful Lyngen fjord.

* Stay in comfortable, warm and fully equipped apartments.


Uløya is a Norwegian island located at the foot of the Lyngen Alps. It is a famous destination among winter sports lovers. Join me for a 7-day splitboarding trip around this extraordinary area!

Situated on the east side of the Lyngen fjord,  Uløya has an area of 78 km2. An amazing three peak ridge rises straight from the sea offering lots of thousand-meter slopes, inclined at almost any angle.

We will be based at the Lyngen Outdoor Center lodge, at the foot of Blåtinden (1142m). Every splitboarding day will start from the very doorstep of our lodging. We can head up to some great mountaineering spots at Blåtinden, Uløytinden (1114m) or Kjelvagtinden (1104m), and find fabulous powder descents.  Furthermore, if you want something different, we can take a boat trip to explore the neighboring islands of Kågen and Arnøya. Additionally, we can also practice fishing and ice climbing in the area.

For this trip it is important that you have some prior splitboarding experience. Moreover, you will need a good fitness level for the long hours out in the mountains. Of course, I will be there to help and guide you!

So, if you are up for this breathtaking splitboarding week , please contact me. I am sure that you will be amazed at the beauty of the Uløya Island area!

And if you are looking for climbing courses in Norway, then take a look at my Hemsedal and West Jotunheimenal program.

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Transport during the trip

Price details

Prices are subject to current exchange rates NOK / EURO.

Transfer from Tromso (5000 NOK) is not included. Alternatively you can take a bus from Tromso to Rotsund FK and catch a ferry to Uloybukt. I can help you with your travel plan.

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I am a fully certified IFMGA guide since 2012. I have, however, mastered my climbing and skiing skills for many years before taking up guiding. I have participated in numerous climbing expeditions not only to the wild mountains of Caucasus (which I have gotten to know pretty well), but also to Nepal, Alps and have extensively climbed in many Norwegian areas. In recent years I have been resident in Norway, and I co-operate with my friends at Lyngen Outdoor Center as their chief mountain guide.


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What people are saying about Pawel



I’ve had a absolutely amazing time with Pawel, such a thrilling adventure. Learned a lot of techniques and I will definitely go on another adventure with Pawel. He’s methods of teaching was excellent and he is so good at what he does. Thank so much for putting me in touch with him I can highly recommend him.



I went ice climbing with Pawel in Rjukan. I had an awesome time and I learned a lot. Pawel is both a highly skilled climber and guide (IFMGA). His instruction was clear and very helpful. He knows the area well and ensured we were first on site and didn't have to wait at the crag. He is cheerful and easy to get along with. Could not ask for more. I'll definitely look him up next timing climbing in Norway.



Pawel was an outstanding instructor!! Extremely satisfied with the course.



Sublime experience ! Although the beauty had been well telegraphed by my predecessor friends, I was still astonished by the beauty of the pristine landscape and nature. Facing a slope covered in snow while being surrounded by fjords is the best combination of colors and drasticity at the same time. The local team headed by Artur is exceptionally efficient, always coordinated night and day, and very competent. The fact that Artur lives on site is particularly helpful.  A couple of notes to future visitors: (1) always go where Artur tells you (he knows where the good spots, finessed based on the local conditions), and (2) go with the boat and dingy, and start the ascent from the beach, at least once on your stay.  Our guide David Pellissier from Aosta was a great resource and companion: very safe, straight-shooter, and always tuned to the group's wishes and pace.



Competent, chilled and very nice guide who makes sure you get the trip that suits you. He was very patient and gave very valuable tips after each climb. I'll definitely consider him should I go ice climbing in Norway again!

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