Summer Activity in Norway
Discover Norway in Summer | June-August
During an Arctic summer in Norway, the days are long and the sun shines down for up to 24 hours per day. The fjords and mountains are filled with life during this period, with flowers in full bloom and the countryside filled with all sorts of animals. The arrival of the Midnight Sun also means all the more time for you to partake in the numerous activities on offer at Lyngen Lodge, and to spend a truly relaxing summer vacation in Norway.
The weather conditions during summer in Norway allow you to explore the diverse
terrains of the Lyngen Alps many different way, from Hikes and Trail Running to Horse Riding and Mountain Biking. Be at one with nature: get face to face with the fauna by Whale Watching, going on a Safari, Salmon River Fishing and Deep Sea Fishing, or immerse yourself in the stunning flora with trips to Glaciers and Waterfalls. Other wonders lie further off the beaten track, like the Kåfjord Canyon Bridge and the towering Mollisfossen waterfall, accessible via the Reisa River Boat Tour. Back at the luxurious comfort of the lodge, you can relax in the fresh waters of the Lyngen Fjord by Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling or partake in a serene Yoga Retreat.
Visit Norway in Summer
Summertime in the Lyngen Alps is characterised by long warm days and bright sunny nights. After fulfilling and invigorating days packed with activities, we know that it is important to be able to destress and relax in the evenings. The luxurious setting of Lyngen Lodge offers this in abundance, allowing you to admire the beauty of the midnight sun from the comfort of a jacuzzi, or to follow up an exquisite dinner with some drinks in the social ‘stua’ area. More detailed information about the summer climate in the Arctic and Lapland can be found on our page about the summer weather in Norway.
We strive to make every visit unique and unforgettable. In order to truly personalise our service and to tailor our offer to your particular demands, we ask that you give us as much information as possible. To get in touch with us or to pass on any specific queries and questions you may have about visiting the Lodge (or Norway in general), make an enquiry below. We look forward to hearing from you!