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Norway Adventure

09/02/2017

Norwegian chalets combined with home cooked Norwegian food each day, you really are in the heart of Norway. Skiing inside the arctic circle with long days and late evenings in a landscape so different to the alps and skiing back to sea level!

The views are superb, the routes straightforward and great fun and every is an adventure with ferries over the fjords, local villages, long open skiing back down after the skin up on many routes.

If you're looking for a fascinating and at times challenging trip beyond backcountry access to push your skinning further and experience something different to the alps you should definitely consider this trip.

Colin Scott | London

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Norway Adventure

08/02/2017

Awesome trip! Have your best gear and smile on this is going to be a phototastic opportunity!

Great Snoworks team and guides. Blessed with bluebird skies and good spring snow, the skin ups and the ski downs were spectacular. Arriving on a beach in a fishing boat to start an ascent, having lunch with a three sixty degree view of mountains and sea, taking the ferry home at the end of the day with a half a dozen gnarly looking mountaineers fresh off a film shoot, finishing an epic day by skiing to the beach and having a dip in the sea, eating moose for dinner, toasting your toes in front of the wood burner in your hut, exploring remote Scandi villages, this trip was amazing from start to finish!

Go, enjoy, but take your light weight kit and GoPro and don't post any pics in the Facebook page - I don't want to see what a great time I'm missing out on this year!

Sarah Saunders | Bristol

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Norway Adventure

08/02/2017

I love a snoworks adventure! So when the opportunity came to head to Norway I was more than interested I was going. Ric Potter and Nic Quinn were both fantastic guides and hosts. The itinerary choices were superb and the fun and laughs amongst a great crew never stopped.
Do not miss the chance to head to another frontier with Snoworks you will not regret it.

Peter Ilinsky | Australia

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Norway Adventure 2016

08/02/2017

From the many days of great skiing with snoworks, the days in Norway rate as the best. The scenery is spectacular, and the snow is consistent from top to bottom, right down to the sea! Rick, the guide, set a wonderful easy pace for the skinning, and although in 6 days there was 6600m of ascent, it did not feel like it.

The Tafeltinden day tour was an unbeatable experience; loading skis on to a boat, 15 minute trip along the coast, before landing on a deserted beach to start the climb. After the initial ascent, a longer skin along the glacier, before the final ascent to the top, and then the long, long ski back down to the village where the whole adventure began. Look at the videos, they are a wonderful record of a great skiing adventure.

Stephen Wroe | Wakefield UK

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Norway Backcountry Adventure 2016

07/02/2017

It’s safe say this was my best ski trip ever. From stunning views of the Lyngen Alps, fabulous snow, driving along the coastline to take a boat trip to the tours to great accommodation, everything was fabulous.

 
We were blessed with great weather and skiing right down to the sea on bluebird days was just breath-taking. I always enjoy a bit of a challenge and good exercise but I think the amount of time spent on skinning up was reasonable for the rewards.

 
There were so many special moments but I would say taking a ferry to a little island of Uloya and getting to the top of the mountain to see blue skies, turquoise sea and dozens of little islands around and then skiing down to the shore would make a top of a 'Bucket List' of any skier.

 
What was very special about this trip was the remoteness of the place, relaxed atmosphere and, at the same time, how well organised the trip was by Snoworks. Ric Potter and Nick were both great guides and good fun.

 
Skiing right to the sea in remote mountains behind the Arctic Cycle, what more could you wish for?

Artur Bartlejewski | Cambridge

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