Ever traveled by floating hotel? Try a ski tour boat trip where you ski on the mountain all day and rest at sea at night!
4 reasons to choose Ski Tour Boat Trip Norway:
- Tour the narrow fjords of Norway quickly and conveniently to maximize your ski time.
- One of the most beautiful skiing destinations you’ll ever see!
- Excellent choice for skiers that want to get away from the crowds and enjoy a long ski tour.
- Perfect for skiers that want to meet like-minded people and socialize on the boat!
Travel Norway’s narrow fjords & descend snowy slopes
There’s no place quite as unique and beautiful as Norway for a ski tour and there’s no better way to explore Norway than by boat. You’ll travel by ship, up and down Norway’s narrow fjords stopping each day to explore the stunning landscape, climbing to some of the tallest peaks and descending snowy slopes before boarding the ship again for a cozy night at sea.
During the Ski Tour Boat Trip Norway you’ll make ascents of between 1000 and 1400 meters up into the Lyngen Alps. After a hard day of climbing, enjoy long, breathtaking runs down to the sea again. The ski tour boat trip in Norway trip takes place from March through April when Norway’s ski season is at its best even though southern Europe may be shutting down for the spring.
The cozy ship offers skiers a hot tub and sauna
Your cozy ship, the Arctic Girl has cabins for 2 to 4 passengers and of course, to warm up at the end of the day a hot tub and sauna.
The Ski Tour Boat Trip Norway is best suited for skier’s who are ready for a real climb with ascents ranging between 3 and 5 hours.
Snow, sea, and so much more! There’s only one great way to tour Norway and that’s by ski and by sea!
- Western Europe
- Mountain Range
- Lyngen Alps
- Ski Resort
- Boat Trips
- Accomm. Type
- Suited For
- Solo Travelers
- $$$ - Luxury
- $$ - Medium
- Meal Plans
- Full Board
- Room Type
- Double Bed Room
- Twin Bed Room
- Triple Bed Room
- Amenities & Activities
- Hot Tub
- Services offered
- Snowboard Rental
- Ability Level
- Dominant Terrain Type
- Open Terrain
- Steep Terrain
- Average Annual Snowfall
- 10 meter/year - 15 meter/year
- Snow Pack
- Crowd Factor
- Explorer Level