If you want to experience the natural beauty and don’t have a specific activity requiring snow in mind. I vouch for September to be the best time to visit Norway. At Spåkenes, where Lyngen North is located, September marks the end of the summer and start of the northern lights season.

The Norwegian Fjords

Summer is just about to end at the beautiful Fjord of western Norway. You can expect smaller crowds when visiting popular attractions and places like the Pulpit Rock or Trolltunga.

Northern Lights in Northern Norway

On warm evenings you can observe the northern lights when being outside in a t-shirt. The temperatures by the coast will range from 20ºc to a few degrees minus. Our Glass Igloos 180º will keep you warm and comfortable during cold nights and also have blackout curtains for the bright and warm days.

Midnight Sun

The midnight sun will have disappeared below the horizon two months ago, but you will still have pink beautiful sunsets in the evenings. And let’s be honest, the northern lights are way cooler and we can’t have both at the same time.

Hiking / Trekking

You might want to bring your boots because is the perfect season to go hiking.


There will still be many Fishing Camps offering boat rental and September generally offers great sea fishing in the fjords during summer/autumn.