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Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing

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Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie
Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing Photo: Lauklines Kystferie

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The area around Lauklines and the mountains on Kvaloya – the Whale island – are compared by many of our guests to the peaks in Chamonix. Surrounded by mountain peaks from 600m to 1000m above sea level this is the perfect place to stay when you wish to explore your boundaries.

Why not try night time skiing. The most extreme skiers in the north need more. They equip themselves with strong headlamps and climb the peaks in the evening. The descent is slower than the daytime one, but so much more thrilling.

Own trails for cross country skiing in "White Mountain" www.kvitfjellet.com

Lauklines is the base camp for your daytime excursions.

Skirental and guiding: www.tromsonaturogfritid.no

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The area around Lauklines and the mountains on Kvaloya – the Whale island – are compared by many of our guests to the peaks in Chamonix. Surrounded by...

Lauklines Kystferie – Skiing

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