Stand Up Paddling in the Lyngen Fjord a new sport and a test for the balance!
It’s berry season – fun and healthly for all the family. We pick berries and create deserts back at the lodge without added sugar!
Strupbreen glacier course in Norway. Here we’ll explore the glacier and learn about the moving ice. This is suitable for families and groups.
Try your hand at ice climbing with the security of a fully qualified instructor and guide
In action on the glacier, you can’t get closer than this to find out what glaciers are all about.
Three strange cave people found after the ice has retreated back after the last ice age.
Left by a melting glacier, this rock simply left to balance on it’s smaller brothers
Norwegian wild sheep, if you can catch one their wool makes great chair covers
View over the Lyngen Alps from behind the lodge
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.
A typical prawn trawler run by two people, they’ll trawl all year round summer and winter.
In a deep green and vegetation rich canyon in the Rotsund Valley behind the lodge
Stand Up Paddling at the beginning of autumn through the bird sanctury.
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.
Family adventures in the sheltered isalnd bay of Årøya close to the lodge
Checking out the local wildlife in the form of crabs
A scramble up the hill top for the view over Lyngen fjord
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.
Latest sport fitness is SUP or stand up paddling. It’s excellent for balance and core strength training but also for spotting dolphins.
Sea Kayaking through the Spåkenes bird sanctuary and between the two beautiful islands
River boat transport into the Reisa National Park
An ideal setting for a Lord of the rings film, except this is Norway!
The Mollisfossen waterfall in all her glory, reached by river boat
It has this effect on most people!
Higher up the Reisa River the Imosfossen box canyon waterfall looms closer
Hanging bridge over the river
The Imosfossen is an impressive sight from high above the vertical cliff walls
Heading to the beach for the beginning of the glacier explorer day
Sea Safari on board the Spirit of Lyngen boat, sight seeing and experience the authentic way of life in the Lyngen Fjord Northern Norway
Glacier day on the Strupbreen
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.
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.