Narvikfjellet FreerideDate: Friday 4 dec 2020 - Monday 31 May 2021 Show map
The top of Narvikfjellet is the start of seemingly endless ski touring terrain and some of the best list-assisted off-piste skiing/snowboarding in Norway. This season, you can explore this terrain with an experienced and certified ACMG Ski Guide.
Ride Narvikfjellet's legendary back-bowl lines like Mørkholla or Tredjeholla with a local ACMG Ski Guide! Going with a certified ski guide gives you access to first-hand avalanche information and the best snow of the day - and access to his favourite lines. Lifts take you to 1000 m, from where some runs are accessible - but the better lines require some walking up (20-30 min) to reach the north and south facing runs of Tredjetoppen (1272 m). Ski bindings with walking function or splitboards are preferable.
Note this tour requires avalanche safety gear, and a helmet is strongly recommended. If you need to rent gear, please let us know.
Note: This program requires that upper chair lift to work. Should weather/winds prevent the lift from running, you have the option of switching to the ski touring program.
Early-bird, December – 31 January
Main season, 1 February - 30 April
TIME AND DURATION
Weekdays, 12.30 – 19.00
Weekends, 09.30 – 17.00
Christmas holiday, 21 December - 5 January, 09.30 – 17.00
Winter holiday, 28 February - 8 March, 09.30 – 17.00
Easter holiday, 3 April - 13 April, 09.30 – 17.00
From mid-November to the end of January we have the Polar Night in Narvik. The days are short, so you will need a proper headlamp - but, you will get the chance to see the Northern Lights while skiing in Narvikfjellet backcountry!
1 person, private guide: NOK 3.000
Group of 2 people: NOK 1.250
Group of 3-6 people: NOK 990
Guiding, lift ticket, 30-45 minutes gir check, tour and safety briefing
Skitouring/freeride shells (GoreTex, Event, etc.), primaloft or downjacket, fleece sweater, warm, functional underwear (also for legs) + extra for changing, ski touring socks (Falke, Smartwool, etc.), hat/beanie, gloves - for ascent (thin) and descent (thick, warm), buff or similar
Ski touring/freeride/splitboard setup, avalanche rescue kit - 3-antenna beacon, probe, shovel, skins, backpack: 10-15 L (freeride), 20-30L (ski tour), water (1,5-2L) and lunch, thermos bottle, sport sun glasses and ski goggles, helmet, reccommended: Ski crampons (ski tour), camera!
NUMBER OF PERTICIPANTS
Minimum 1 and maximum 6
Lower cable car station at 09.30/12.30 (see time and duration)