It´s been a fantastic start to the ski touring season in the Lyngen alps and Tromsø region. Record breaking amounts of snow and no mild coastal spells so far. As we are already in late March the days are very long and at the moment we have cold clear weather and sunny powder slopes all over the place. We also got some room for more bookings i May so don´t hesitate to send us an e-mail about availability.
As autumn temperatures starts to set in and our mountain tops gets their first snow we start to get ready for a new ski season in the Lyngen alps. 14th season ahead and we keep improving our concept with ski weeks from private exclusive lodging, ski by boat tours and great tours from the door step in the Northern Lyngen alps. The lyngen alps suits all levels of skiers and our professional mountain guides are locally experienced with multiple seasons in the area. Please send a mail from our contact page or directly at email@example.com. Best regards Jimmy Halvardsson / IFMGA Mountain Guide
The Lyngen alps has something for every sier. Great fjord views, outstanding ski touring for all levels and perfect mountain sides that drop into the sea. Photo: Jimmy Halvardsson
Our snow pack does truly last into mid May. Our season stretches from 15th February – 15th of May.
World class ski mountaineering with huge vertical drop. The Lyngen alps highest mountain is Jiehkkevarri at 1834m. Photo: Jimmy Halvardsson
Welcome to The Lyngen alps and the Learning From Legends MTB.
Our Learning From Legends Events gives participants the opportunity to meet the best in the game to boost their knowledge and motivation. The MTB edition will be covering XC and Downhill/Enduro oriented terrain mainly natural single track trails. This is a “workshop” event where our experienced profiles join the participants to share and coach at some points during the tours. In the evenings there will be presentations of the “legends” and opportunity to ask and share experiences in between having a great time:) A great opportunity to meet new friends and discover a new area.
(Keeping numbers low on this one to give the best quality experience.) Max 8 participants
Espen Bergli Johnsen is ready for sharing and give our participants a few tips on the way… Photo: Martin I. Dalen
Espen Bergli Johnsen – Rocky Mountain ambassador (Norwegian Downhill Champion 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010) and over all winner of the 80/20 National Enduro series.
Location: We will be based in Nord Lenangen at the Ascent Descent / Lyngsalpan Cruise facilities for the weekend.
Ambition: Our ambition is to create a special atmosphere for everyone at the event where we ride our bikes and share fun and knowledge. Using natural single track trails in the surrounding mountains and a technical practice course for boosting participants skill set.
Level: (intermediate – advanced)
Event, Tours, Accommodation, Full board, Bed linen, towels, Cleaning at departure
Price: 4595 Nok/person
8 spots and to join and book you need to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Ascent Descent “The Lyngen mountain guides” on our summer alpine adventure to the summit of Jiehkkevarri 1834m. The summit of Jiehkkevarri is covered with glaciers and on the way we will pass by the airy summit of Hamperokken 1666m. This is a true adventure and participants need to be in good shape and previous hiking/trekking experience in necessary.
Jiehkkevarri 1834m is the roof of our county and the highest summit of the lyngen alps. We provide guided tours to the summit and you can join one of our open events or book your private guide. The views from the summit is just stunning. You will travel through rough mountain terrain on this one to get to the top glacier plateau. We provide equipment and transport from Tromsø city and you need to be prepared for a long day out. 12-15 hr and 2200 vertical metres compares to an ascent of the Mont Blanc.
From the summit of Holmbukttinden on a summer climb of the Jiehkkevarri 1834m. Photo: Jimmy Halvardsson
Jiehkkevarri summit in the morning light. Photo: Jimmy Halvardsson
Snow conditions will decide if we use crampons or not to be safe on the snow. Photo: Jimmy Halvardsson