The Lofoten Islands are absolutely unique. Countless islands and towering rock formations captivate the view of the beholder. Every day new breathtaking views and spectacular descents and peaks. Authentic fishermen cabins in the harbor of Svolvær complete the experience. An unforgettable journey!
Ski touring north of the Arctic Circle has its own special charm. The legendary Lyngen Alps are located over 300 km north of the 66th parallel. Already the first view from the airplane during the landing approach onto Tromsø rises the adrenalin level strongly up.
Northof the Arctic Circle skitouring has a special charm. The combination of water and mountains in the soft light of the polar sun is an absolutely unique experience. Whether on the ship or by land, we will never forget the moods and impressions and it can happen that we don't return only once. For many years we do ski tours in these regions and our mountain guides know where to find the most beautiful peaks and descents and show you the "secret spots".
The Lyngen Alps have developed into the ski touring center in Norway in recent years. This fjord and the surrounding islands offer countless possibilities for ski tours. Our base for many years is the Artic Lyngen Sea Camp and it is beautifully situated on a small promontory directly above the Lyngen Peninsula. The location in Djupvik is not only scenically unique in the region, it is also the best starting point for the most beautiful ski tours in the Lyngen Alps.
The archipelago of Lofoten stretches out into the Atlantic like the shape of a banana. About 80 small and large islands form this group between the 67th and 68th degree of latitude. This is exactly what makes this region so special. The view over this island kingdom is something unique that cannot be found a second time even in Norway. Svolvær is the only town in the region and with its fishing port and everything that goes with it is the ideal base for our ski tour weeks. For more than 10 years we have been living in the Robuer directly in the harbour.