While the Alps saw a way too warm winter with way too little snow, we had an truly long winter in the north. As our time skiing Lyngen Alps came to and end, in mid-May, we had hardly started to ski spring snow! Instead we were still chasing powder and had good snow cover all the way down to the sea.
Of course we had our share of extreme weather with some rainy and windy days, but over all we enjoyed a proper winter in the arctic circle. The untouched nature, stunning peaks, active wild life, and new snow conditions, always inspires to get out there and feel the elements – every day!
Another 16 groups from near and far passed through our 2 cozy and comfortable houses, quickly settling into the easy life at the ski lodge. Catching fish for dinner (some with a little help from the local fishermen), getting creative in the kitchen, and making themselves at home in the harbour. With the steady rhythm of breakfast, ski touring, sauna & swim, dinner, sleep, a week goes by in no-time.
Lots of happy skiing memories from deep and snowy days in narrow couloirs, as well as sunny days with unlimited options of powder skiing for as long as our legs could carry us.
…next year for Lyngen powder touring! Info at Lyngen guided ski touring trips. The autumn is a good time to get you plan together and contact us for a booking.
2018 we will run weeks for private groups from Saturday to Saturday starting from Tromsø, so have a look at your flights already now.