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Lyngseidet

Hiking in the Lyngen Alps with Tour in Lyngenalps

There are a lot of mountaintops in the Lyngenalps. Jiehkkevarri, with it's 1.834 meters is the highest. From Lyngseidet, there are several options to walk/hike to the surrounding mountaintops, such as Kavringtinden/Goalsevarri and Rørnestinden are two with a fantastic view of the Lyngenalps.

Lyngen

Ice Fishing in the Lyngen Alps

Ice fishing is a popular activity in the Lyngen Alps and gives you a great outdoor experience. You can try your fishing luck on one of the frozen lakes in the Svensby area.

Kvaløysletta

Charter boat fishing 3 hours - Arctic Fishing Adventures

The area outside Kvaløya has long been associated with sea fishing and is well-known for the halibut- and cod fishing.

Tomasjord

Fishing-trip to Rya with MS Leone

MS Leone offers you an exclusive fishing trip to Rya, the famous fishing area outside Tromsø. The boat is comfortable with a heated saloon. If you are lucky you might even get a glimpse of the musk oxen.

Lyngseidet

Northern Lights Lavo Evening at Koppangen Brygger

Come to Koppangen Brygger and join us to see the Northern Lights. While waiting for the Polar Lights to show up, you can warm yourself in our cozy Lavo around the campfire.

Lyngen

Northern Lights Photocourse at Sørheim Brygge

Join our Northern Lights photo course where you learn how to capture your own Northern Lights experiences on pictures.

Brensholmen

Adventures at Sommarøy, on the edge of the Arctic Sea - M/V Jacquelyne

Adventures at Sommarøy, on the edge of the Arctic Sea with M/V Jacquelyne.

Tromsø

Northern Lights Tour - Enjoy the Arctic

Enjoy the Arctic will take you mainly on off the beaten path routes, on locations that are more catchy for the eye. It will be a more private tour, with groups of up to four people, so you will get to experience an intimate and friendly version of the Aurora hunt

Lyngseidet

Hunting the Light: I had a dream – Tour in Lyngenalps

It is magical, simply magical. You think you must be dreaming, especially when you catch an outbreak from the start. It just comes from nowhere… and keeps moving and changing shape!
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