Friday to Monday weekend adventure at Lyngen North. Combine a stay in a glass igloo or fjord house with dog sledding and guided snowshoeing. Leave all worries behind and let us organise everything for you. Our weekend package includes transport to and from Tromsø, full-board accommodation, dog sledding, snowshoeing and more.
4 single + 1 extra bed
À la carte Restaurant
Onsite you will find our fully-lisences restaurant. With large panoramic windows, it offers the same stunning views towards the Lyngen Alps. You will find both traditional norwegian- and international dishes on our menu. Dinner and breakfast will be served all days in our restaurant.
If you have any special dietary needs, our inhouse chef and his team will make sure to arrange something to your liking.
Transport from Tromsø
We will pick you up outside the Radisson Blu Hotel in the city center of Tromsø at 3pm. The pickup location and time may vary slightly depending on your and our other guests convenience.
After 50 minutes of driving we will reach the first og two car ferries. The first ferry will take 20 minutes, while the second one takes 45 minutes. On both of the ferries there is a small café and bathroom facilities.
The total journey will take a little less than 3 hours. Upon arrival at Lyngen North you will be brought straight to the doorstep of your accommodation. After, when you had time to rest and recover, dinner will be served in our onsite à la carte restaurant.
Snowshoeing (Optional activity)
Our guide will bring you out on a snowshoeing adventure in the arctic wilderness. In the outskirts of the forrest, close to Lyngen North, you may encounter wildlife such as moose/elk, foxes, eagles, hares and more. Half-way through the tour the guide will set up camp and serve lunch around the campfire.
You will also pay a visit to the coastal fort at Spåkenes, known as part of the Lyngen Defense Line, built by the German forces during WWII.
We bring you from Lyngen North to the Reisa Valley for a scenic dog sledding adventure. You will be driving your own sled of 4-6 huskies through the beautiful winter wonderland at the gateway to Reisa National Park.