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SUMMER REPORTS 2013


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Stand Up Paddling in the Lyngen Fjord a new sport and a test for the balance!
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It’s berry season – fun and healthly for all the family. We pick berries and create deserts back at the lodge without added sugar!
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Strupbreen glacier course in Norway. Here we’ll explore the glacier and learn about the moving ice. This is suitable for families and groups.
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Try your hand at ice climbing with the security of a fully qualified instructor and guide
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In action on the glacier, you can’t get closer than this to find out what glaciers are all about.
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Three strange cave people found after the ice has retreated back after the last ice age.
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Left by a melting glacier, this rock simply left to balance on it’s smaller brothers
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Norwegian wild sheep, if you can catch one their wool makes great chair covers
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View over the Lyngen Alps from behind the lodge
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Fresh prawns direct from the boat, we’ll take a 2minute tour out and see how they process the prawns directly on their boats.

Here is a husband and wife working in harmony on a chilly autumn day.
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A typical prawn trawler run by two people, they’ll trawl all year round summer and winter.
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In a deep green and vegetation rich canyon in the Rotsund Valley behind the lodge
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Stand Up Paddling at the beginning of autumn through the bird sanctury.Norway_holiday_Troms
Strong intense rainbows light give light to dark stormy sky making a wonderful atmosphere over the Lyngen Alps today during the sea safari.

Family outing for BBQ, trek and paddle to the beautiful island of Årøya in the Lyngen Fjord.Norway_Family_Holdiays__276
Family adventures in the sheltered isalnd bay of Årøya close to the lodge
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Checking out the local wildlife in the form of crabs
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A scramble up the hill top for the view over Lyngen fjord
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Use the complementary mountain biles from the lodge and bike the ideal Spåkenes trail views across the Lyngen Fjord and sand banks of the bird sanctary.
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Latest sport fitness is SUP or stand up paddling. It’s excellent for balance and core strength training but also for spotting dolphins.
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Sea Kayaking through the Spåkenes bird sanctuary and between the two beautiful islands
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River boat transport into the Reisa National Park
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An ideal setting for a Lord of the rings film, except this is Norway!
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The Mollisfossen waterfall in all her glory, reached by river boat
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It has this effect on most people!
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Higher up the Reisa River the Imosfossen box canyon waterfall looms closer
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Hanging bridge over the river
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The Imosfossen is an impressive sight from high above the vertical cliff walls
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Family day
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Heading to the beach for the beginning of the glacier explorer day
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Sea Safari on board the Spirit of Lyngen boat, sight seeing and experience the authentic way of life in the Lyngen Fjord Northern Norway
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Glacier day on the Strupbreen
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A long day suitable for those with previous high mountain walking experience. The Strupbreen Glacier is a magnificent moving, living, carving glacier that we can access to explore, climb and understand.
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This is far enough! A deep ice hole, created by a surface melting ice river that erodes holes from the surface deep down inside the bowels of the glacier. One of Northern Norways finest spectacles.