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GUIDED BACKCOUNTRY SKIING BY LAND & BOAT
8 Days | 7 Nights | 5 to 6 Ski Days

Location: Europe | Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Advanced
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Join an unforgettable Arctic ski touring week in the Lyngen Alps, lead by a professional IVBV/IFMGA guide & staying on Uløya Island with full board lodging. Ski directly from your door or be transported by fast boat to neighbouring islands for more skiing adventure. Join a group fixed date tour from Feb to May ....
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Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps

Guided Backcountry Skiing by Land & Boat on Uløya Island

Overview

If you were a magician and could produce the most perfect ski touring venue in the world, the island of Uløya in the Lyngen Alps region would be the result. You can go just about anywhere, and in the spring and winter powder snow is guaranteed. Nowhere else in the world it is possible to find thousand-metre slopes, inclined at almost any angle, perfect for experts or beginners alike, and falling right into the dark blue waters of the fjords.

On this tour you will have an unforgettable Arctic ski touring week in the Lyngen Alps, led by a professional IVBV/IFMGA guide & staying on Uløya Island with full board lodging. Ski directly from your door or be transported by fast boat to neighbouring islands or the mainland for more skiing adventure. Join an open group fixed date tour in March or April.

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For a private tour week with a group of 3 to 8 people of a similar ski-touring ability (minimum strong intermediate), enquire via the tour page for the Private Arctic Ski Touring Week ->

Skiing & Snow

Uløya Island has typical Lyngen Alps terrain with peaks to around 1,150m altitude (taller peaks are on the adjacent mainland), post-glacial lakes, and pleasant tree skiing in the lower 300m vertical down to the sea. Ski-touring is possible directly from the door of your accommodation. The skiing can involve straightforward ascents & descents back to the lodge; a 20km long, skyline 'Grand Traverse' of the island ending at another village; or boat & vehicle/ferry journeys to trailheads to ski peaks on the quiet islands Kågen & Arnøya, or even the mainland.

The Lyngen Alps region of Norway has deep snow from summit to sea level from mid-February to early May. You can expect summit to sea skiing during the tour, with powder snow in February/March, and more varying snow conditions later in April/May.

Program & Transport

The tour week runs from Sunday to Sunday and spends 7 nights on the island of Uløya. The program is a combination of 6 ski tours starting directly from the lodges on Uløya, to tours from trailheads on the mainland with transport via cars & ferry, and at least two tours to other neighbouring islands transported by fast boat directly from the pier at Uløya. The program also includes time for a half day of sea-fishing. For detailed information, see the Itinerary tab.

Lodging & Meals

Accommodation is in one of two fully self-contained lodges located within 50m of the shoreline. The lodges have bed, dining, living & bathrooms plus fully equipped kitchens. A separate communal living/ding room with kitchen is on the pier overlooking the fjord. All meals are included on the tour. For detailed information on accommodation and meals, see the Lodging tab

Ski Ability & Gear Rental

The open group package is for a minimum 'Intermediate' level skier, meaning you need to be a competent alpine skier (red/black runs), have some basic touring experience and be prepared & able to skin/climb and descend 800-1200m elevation per day. Depending on the fitness & ability of the group, up to 1,500m/day is achievable.

There is no ski-touring gear included in the price, however a wide range of ski equipment is available for rent, including top quality carbon MAJESTY skis (with ATK bindings as well as Dynafit sets), avalanche safety equipment (by BCA), climbing skins, pole, goggles, boots (selected sizes only), & backpacks.

Getting to Uløya Island

Flights & airport transfers to the tour base at Uløya are not included in the tour price but return transfers can be included for an extra tariff (see below).

To get to Uløya, the closest airport is Sørkjosen (SOJ), a journey of 28km (or around 55min) by road and ferry. Flights to Sørkjosen all come via a 25min flight from the regional airport at Trømso (TOS), which is itself a 2hr flight from Oslo (OSL). An alternative way to Uløya is to drive (or be transferred) from Trømso, a journey of around 4hr.

Return airport transfers from Trømso are 2,000NOK/person, & from Sørkjosen are 500NOK/person, additional to the tour price. If using this service, please book your flights to arrive in Tromso before 15:00hr and to depart from Tromso after 14:00hr.

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Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uloya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya, Lyngen Alps

Itinerary for an 8-Day Arctic Ski Touring Week

The itinerary for this experience is very flexible. There are many different routes that can be chosen depending on weather and snow conditions and the group’s level of fitness and experience. The area in which the tour takes place is very remote and conditions such as storms, avalanches, road closures due to extreme weather or even water shortages, which may affect the itinerary and accessibility of some route options. Information below is a general guide to some of the possible options for tours during the week. Ultimately, your guide will decide about each trip based on current weather, snow conditions and safety precautions.

Day 1: Arrival to Uløya

Private transfer or public transport (depending on option chosen) from Tromsø (approx. 4 hours) or Sørkjosen (approx. 1 hour) to the ski touring centre on the island of Uløya. If taking private transfer, a shuttle bus will take the whole group together and drive them to Uloya/Tromso. Therefore your are asked to please book your flights to arrive in Tromso before 1500hr and to depart from Tromso after 1400hr. Anyone arriving earlier or departing later needs to be aware that there might be some waiting time involved. Upon arrival in Uløya you will check in to your comfortable apartment for your first night in the beautiful Lyngen region.

Days 2-7: Ski Tours on Uløya, Lyngen Islands & the mainland

Each day your guide will choose a suitable route to showcase the best of this beautiful region, with tours adapted depending on the group’s level of fitness and experience and on weather and snow conditions. There are many possible tours to choose from. A vehicle is included for tours on the mainland, and also up to two tours using a fast boat to access additional regions such as neighbouring islands and the Lyngen Alps.
Possible peaks you may visit include:
• Blåtinden (1142m), accessible right from the door
• Saeteraksla (966m), accessible right from the door
• Kjelvagtinden (1104m) (ferry/boat)
• The Grand Traverse of Uløya, Uløybukt-Havnnes, 17 km, 2200m (boat)
• The traverse of Kågen Island through Redotinden (860m), (car/boat)
• The Crystal Valley (1020m), Kågen Island (boat)
• Store Kagtinden (1228m), Kågen Island (boat)
• Trolltinden (898m), Arnøya Island (boat)
• Sorbmegeisa (1288), mainland, Kåfjord Alps (car/boat/ferry)
• Storhaugen (1142), mainland Kåfjord Alps, (car/boat/ferry)
• Lyngen peninsula, accessible by car/ferry or boat
• Many additional possibilities on the mainland and the islands
If you wish, a sea-fishing excursion can be offered as an alternative to one of the ski days, when you have a very good chance of catching dinner! It is not uncommon to catch 30kg of fish during a trip, but if you’re lucky enough to beat the current record and catch a halibut weighing more than 77.6kg, you’ll get a free bottle of wine!

Day 8: Departure

Your week of ski touring in the Lyngen region draws to a close. Breakfast followed by public transport or private transfer to Tromsø for onward travel. If taking private transfer, transfer can be offered in connection with any scheduled flight departure time from Tromsø.

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Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uloya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya, Lyngen Alps

Accommodation & Meals

All accommodation is included on the tour. All meals (full board) are also included. Alcoholic drinks are not included in the tariff, but can be purchased onsite, or you can bring your own. In addition to the lodging described below, there is also a large communal meeting/dining room with kitchen located right by the water on the pier. It is a great place to relax by the fire, admiring a stunning fjord view, or a show of the aurora borealis (northern lights) at night through a panoramic glass wall.

Lodging

Enjoy a room in either of two comfortable lodges, both located just 50m from the water at the foot of Blåtinden (1,142m). Each lodge is fully self-contained with bedrooms, shared bathroom, kitchen & living room. One lodge's bathroom comes with a sauna. The other lodge has access to a sauna located in the guides lodging next door. The lodges are comfortably equipped with everything you need for a home away from home. The kitchens are modern, clean, and fully equipped with all the necessary equipment. The living room areas are furnished with leather seating and have a traditional Norwegian fireplace. TV, DVD, and Wi-Fi (free of charge) are all there to keep you connected with the outside world.

Additionally, each lodge is equipped with a drying room for equipment and the entire infrastructure is considerate of skiing and boating. There is a heated cellar that guests are welcome to use for drying equipment and wet clothes. There are hangers and laundry facilities, as well as freezers in anticipation of your successful fishing trips.

For open groups, bedrooms are usually offered as singles, but each is equipped with two beds, allowing for couples & friends to share.

Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uloya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya, Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uloya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya, Lyngen Alps

Meals (Fully Catered Option)

The tour includes high quality house-made meals based on local fresh ingredients. Combining the local specialties such as reindeer, various kinds of fish, fresh mussels, fiskekake (Norwegian-style fishcakes) with international cuisine creates a fusion allowing you to taste Norwegian North with a touch of foreign influence. A source of pride is the selection of soups based on Norwegian tradition of nutritious food enriched with an international spice, particularly appreciated in winter after a long and successful tour.

The day starts with a breakfast consisting of yoghurts and muesli, selection of meats and cheeses, and on request an omelette of various kinds or eggs.

Lunches include a local polar-bread sandwich, prepared for you to take away for a tour, and you will have a selection of snacks and fruits for your choice. Hot flasks are also offered.

For dinner we typically prepare nutritious soups of all kinds (Uløybukt fish soup and bean/lentil soup being our pride) or fresh mussels as zuppa di cozze, followed by a course of baked fish, fiskekake, reindeer stew, Finnmark schnitzel or a raclette with pickles. An addition of various kinds of potatoes or long forgotten types of groats (such as millet once widely used in Norway) complements the meal.

The local crystal-clear water and soft drinks (apple juice, coke) are always available for you during meals. Alcohol can be purchased onsite or you can bring your own.

Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uloya Lyngen Alps
Arctic Ski Touring Week, Uløya, Lyngen Alps

Rates & Inclusions

Rates Information

8-day Fixed-date Tour:
Full board - 35,000NOK/person

  • Invoice / base currency is NOK (Norwegian Krone)
  • Price/person based on an open group tour with a minimum of 3 participants
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Inclusions
  • GUIDED SKI-TOURING: 6 trips in an open group guided by experienced & highly qualified IFMGA / IVBV guides (up to 1,500m vertical/day)
  • ACCOMMODATION: 7 nights lodgings on Uløya Island
  • FULL BOARD: All breakfasts, take-away lunch, thermos flask, 3-course dinner, snacks & fruits
  • TRANSPORT: All ground & boat transport during the tour (not including airport transfers)
  • SEA FISHING: Half day seafishing
  • SMALL GROUP: Maximum 8 participants
  • NORTHERN LIGHTS: Best opportunities to view the 'northern lights' at night
Add-ons
  • SKI EQUIPMENT RENTAL: Ski-touring set (skis, skins, poles, crampons), ski boots, snowshoes, googles - price depends on items required
  • AVALANCHE SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Beacon, shovel & probe - 1,000NOK/week
  • AIRPORT TRANSFER: Minimum 3 person, from Trømso (2,000NOK/person return), or from Sørkjosen (500NOK/person return)
  • WINE & BEER: Available at bar prices
  • OTHER ACTIVITIES: Dog-sledding & snow scooters available (price on request)
Not Included
  • FLIGHTS: Trømso (TOS) or Sørkjosen (SOJ)
  • INSURANCE: Ski travel Insurance
  • OTHER: Alcoholic drinks (if BYO), personal expenses and anything not listed as inclusions

Terms & Conditions

As per agreed terms & conditions with the tour operator, Lyngen Outdoor Center (ZAPA DA), at the time of booking, and including, but not limited to the T&Cs listed below. Any contractual arrangements as a result of a booking enquiry are directly with the tour operator and is subject to their terms and conditions.

General Terms and Conditions of ZAPA DA

General

1.1. These Terms and Conditions apply when entering into an agreement to rent holiday homes and/or additional services between tenants and ZAPA DA, as a provider of holiday homes and additional services, trading under the brands of Lyngen Outdoor Center and Rotsund Seafishing. 1.2. Information given on the website www.lyngen-outdoor.com, in other marketing material from ZAPA DA and in the travel documents, together with these general terms and conditions, constitutes the whole agreement between ZAPA DA and the tenant. The agreement terms shall, upon contradiction, supersede information given in other documents. ZAPA DA does not warrant for any information provided by any third party.
1.3. The agreement is binding between the parties when the tenant has received a booking confirmation.

Payment

2.1. When booking, the first instalment on 20% of the total price is due for payment 14 days after the conclusion of the agreement. When booking online with a credit card, the given credit card will be charged 20% of the total price immediately. All travel documents will be sent to the tenant as soon as the prepayment is registered. Second instalment on 80% of the total amount is due for payment 30 days prior to the rental period, and must be received by ZAPA DA the latest at this date.
2.2. When booking 29 days prior to the rental period or later, the total cost of service is due for payment immediately after the conclusion of the agreement. When booking online with a credit card, the given credit card will be charged the total amount immediately. All travel documents will be sent to the tenant as soon as payment is registered.
2.3. If ZAPA DA shall assist the tenant with the booking of transport, the payment for the transport is due immediately after the conclusion of the agreement. Paragraphs 2.1-2.3 regarding delay of payment for bookings do not apply to the payment for transport.
2.4. If the payment terms in Section 2.1 to 2.4 are not met, this will be considered a material breach and justifies ZAPA DA to cancel the agreement. ZAPA DA will attempt to notify the tenant before the agreement is cancelled. The tenant’s payment obligation is governed by section 4 Cancellation.

Changes

3.1. Provided there are at least 56 days to the agreed date of arrival, and that there are available booking alternatives, the tenant is entitled to change the booking. Changes can not entail the rental amount to be less, and the change must be within the same year and to the same destination as the original booking. Fee per change is NOK 300.
3.2. If the tenant has booked transport through ZAPA DA, any changes in the transport booking must also be made through ZAPA DA. The right to make changes in the transport booking is subject to limitations in the transport companies’ terms and conditions, and is only possible to the extent that the changes are accepted by the transport companies. Any and all additional costs and charges for the changes from the transport companies must be borne by the tenant.

Cancellation

4.1. Cancellations must be in writing and is valid from the day it is received by ZAPA DA 4.2. Any cancellation of booking requires the following fees:
- 4.2.1 If cancelled within the first 10 days after booking, the tenant shall pay a cancellation fee of NOK 500, provided that there are more than 50 days to the rental period starts.
- 4.2.2 If cancelled later than 10 days after booking, and up to 50 days before the rental period starts, the tenant shall pay a cancellation fee of 20 % of the total amount due under the agreement
- 4.2.3 If cancelled 49-35 days before the rental period starts, the tenant shall pay a cancellation fee of 50% of the total amount due under the agreement.
- 4.2.4 If cancelled from 34-8 days prior to the rental period starts, the tenant shall pay a cancellation fee of 80% of the total amount due under the agreement. 4.2.5 If cancelled from 7 days prior to and until the rental period starts, the tenant shall pay a cancellation fee of 100% of the total amount due under the agreement.
- 4.2.6 Cut-off time for the above days is the preceding midnight.
4.3. If the tenant can get another person to take over the rental agreement in the same period and at the same price, and this person is accepted by ZAPA DA in writing, the rental agreement can be transferred to this person for a fee of NOK 500.
4.4. If the tenant has booked transport through ZAPA DA, a cancellation of the transport booking must also be made through ZAPA DA. The right to cancel the transport booking is subject to limitations in the transport companies’ terms and conditions, and is only possible to the extent the cancellation is accepted by the transport companies. Any and all costs and fees in connection with the cancellation must be borne by the tenant.
4.5. The tenant must himself arrange for travel insurance and / or cancellation insurance to cover any costs as a result of illness or other circumstances that prevent the tenant from making use of the booked holiday home and / or additional services. ZAPA DA is unfortunately not able to provide insurance to individual resident outside Norway. ZAPA DA recommends that people living in an EU / EEA country, carry their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) for the entire journey, as well as travel insurance. In the event of cancellation of the stay, the actual cancellation shall be notified to ZAPA DA, while a claim for financial compensation shall be directed to the insurance company.

The Tenant’s Responsibilities

5.1 The tenant shall treat the property and inventory, and any other material that is available for the tenant, properly. The holiday home and all other material that are handed to the tenant shall be returned in the same condition as it was at the takeover.
5.2 The tenant is obliged to leave the holiday home in a tidy and thoroughly cleaned condition. The tenant shall in particular pay attention to cleaning of the refrigerator, freezer, stove, oven, grill, bathroom and sanitary installations. The holiday home must be left in the same condition as one would like to acquire it. Costs for missing or inadequate cleaning will be billed the tenant. Even if the tenant has booked final cleaning, this does not exempt the tenant to arrange the dishes, empty the refrigerator and tidy in and around the holiday home before departure.
5.3 The tenant is obliged to compensate any damage caused to the property, residence with inventory, boats, engines, equipment etc. and has a corresponding liability for such damage caused by persons participating in the rent or which the tenant otherwise provides access for to the properties.
5.4 The tenant may upon arrival be required to submit a deposit for a total amount of NOK 2000 per unit, and if applicable one boat. For boats beyond this number, a deposit of NOK 1500 per boat may be required. The deposit will be repaid to the tenant when the tenant returns the unit and the boat in the agreed condition.
5.5 It is the tenant’s responsibility to hold the appropriate certifications in accordance with Norwegian law to operate a boat. It is the tenant’s responsibility to acquaint themselves with Norwegian law on fishing tourism in Norway. Unless otherwise agreed, the tenant can use his rented boats only from dawn till dusk and must park them for the night in a designated place in Uloybukt. It is strictly forbidden to use boats in the dark and park them outside of ZAPA DA’s property.
5.6 The tenant is responsible to have adequate insurance for the whole length of his stay. The insurance must cover for all the tenant’s planned activities, specifically for costs of rescue operations including use of vessels and helicopters and medical transport to the tenant’s country.
5.7 The tenant hereby confirms his understanding of inevitable risks involved with his planned activities during his stay with ZAPA DA. Specifically the tenant understands the risk involved in outdoor activities such as ski-touring, mountaineering, climbing, hiking, seafishing and hereby declares that he takes them up solely at his own responsibility regardless of using a guiding service if supplied by ZAPA DA.

Arrival and Departure Time

6.1. Arrival time is at 14.00h, departure time is at 10.00h, unless otherwise stated on our website or in the travel documents. If arrival or departure is between the hours of 23.00h and 07.00h, the tenant may be required to pay a fee of NOK 600 upon arrival at the destination.
6.2 Airport transfer is agreed for the given hour with the free of charge delay margin of 3 hours. In case of delays exceeding 3 hours the following fees apply: 3-5 hours delay – NOK 1000; 5-12 hours delay – NOK 2000; Overnight delay – NOK 3000; Delay in excess of 12 hours – NOK 5000.
6.3 Airport transfer fee includes shopping and gear rental pick-up, as well as respective ferry tickets

Defects, Complaints and Remedies

7.1. Any complaints must be notified the local holiday home owner immediately and at the latest within 48 hours after the rental period starts or the discovery of the damage/defect, and in any case before the end of the tenancy. If the damage/defect is not or may not be rectified on site, a written complaint must be sent ZAPA DA within 30 days after the rental period ends. ZAPA DA is obliged to answer the tenant within 6 weeks after the complaint has been received.
7.2. There is a defect if the holiday home differs from what is agreed or assumed in the contract and this is not caused by the tenant or due to circumstances on his part. Deviations from the agreed are however not considered a defect if it is of minor importance, or are of a kind the tenant must assume may occur from time to time. The same applies to differences in natural conditions ZAPA DA or the holiday home owner neither knew of nor could have knowledge of or control over.
7.3. Some differences in quality, location, equipment, etc. between the different holiday homes at each resort must be expected. Furthermore, some difference between the homes depicted in marketing materials and the holiday home the tenant actually is assigned must be expected. Such differences do not constitute a defect. The fact that other tenants have a holiday home with a different quality, location, equipment etc. than tenants’ holiday home, does not constitute a defect in the tenant’s holiday home.
7.4. The tenant undertakes to contribute to minimizing damages, defects and flaws, and help to keep losses as low as possible for the holiday home owner and ZAPA DA. ZAPA DA shall be allowed a reasonable time period to correct or remedy any damage or defect.
7.5. ZAPA DA reserves the right to, if possible, and in ZAPA DA’ sole discretion, to remedy any damage or defect by repositioning the tenant to another holiday home of similar price and quality.
7.6. ZAPA DA is only liable for direct economic loss incurred by the tenant. ZAPA DA cannot be held liable for indirect loss (consequential damages) or damage of non-financial nature (ideal damage). Compensation cannot be claimed for any loss or damage caused by the tenant’s own negligence or condition.

ZAPA DA’s Responsibility

8.1. ZAPA DA provides rental of holiday homes, boats and related services. In the unlikely event that a rental agreement is not able to be carried out due to reasons beyond ZAPA DA’ control, that could not reasonably have been expected to be taken into account when the agreement was concluded, and that ZAPA DA could not have avoided or overcome the consequences of, ZAPA DA can cancel the rental agreement with repayment of the already paid rent. ZAPA DA will, however, if possible, and in ZAPA DA’ sole discretion, offer the tenant a similar holiday home.
8.2. ZAPA DA is not liable if the journey is incomplete as a result of obstacles mentioned in Section 8.1 that occurs after the journey has begun. If the journey is cut short by ZAPA DA due to such conditions, or the tenant cancels it due to such conditions, the tenant will nevertheless be entitled to a proportionate price reduction. ZAPA DA, to the extent possible, obliged to eliminate any risk or inconvenience to the tenant.
8.3. All forms of transportation booked through ZAPA DA are the individual transport company’s sole responsibility. Liability in connection with e.g. delays, missed connections, etc., though not limited to this, lies with the individual transport company. Thus, ZAPA DA assumes no responsibility for transport. The transport companies’ terms and conditions shall be provided for the passengers upon request.
8.4. ZAPA DA can not be held liable for loss arising from theft or other external influences which may affect the tenant’s personal belongings, etc.

Force Majeure

9.1. If the implementation of the rental is made difficult or impossible due to force majeure events, such as war, natural and pollution disasters, epidemics, closed borders, traffic conditions, arrest in the currency trade, strikes, lockouts, and similar conditions, which could not have been foreseen when the agreement was concluded, ZAPA DA may cancel the agreement. ZAPA DA can not be held liable for any loss incurred as a result of such cancellation.

Miscellaneous

10.1. ZAPA DA’websites, catalogues and other marketing materials are all subject to errors. ZAPA DA is not economically liable for any typographical or other unconsciously misinformation which may cause damage to the tenant.
10.2. Disputes between tenant and ZAPA DA shall be resolved amicably. If the tenancy is a package travel under the Package Tours Act § 2-1 (i.e. if the agreement includes additional services in addition to rental of holiday homes), the tenant may bring disputes with ZAPA DA before the Package Tribunal free of charge.