Flying to Lofoten: Which airport is the best? The Lofoten Islands are served by two small airports within the archipelago, offering domestic flights and convenient access to this northern paradise. However, many travelers typically arrive via two larger airports nearby that offer more extensive flight options. In this article we will delve into the details about […]
While Reinebringen in the Lofoten archipelago is known for its stunning views and a relatively straightforward approach, thanks to newly finished Sherpa stairs, hiking Reinebringen in winter is not safe.
Winter changes the trail, making it riskier and more challenging. In this article, we’ll explain why it’s not a good idea to tackle Reinebringen in winter and highlight the importance of putting safety first by following common sense, local advice and municipality guidelines.
Are you planning a winter trip to Lofoten and seeking insights into what to expect during this chilly season? Explore our article, “13 Essential Winter Tips for Norway,” to gain a deep understanding of the unique weather, daylight, and challenges in northern Norway. We’ll help you prepare for your journey and make the most of this enchanting winter wonderland without any surprises or setbacks. Embrace the magic of Lofoten’s winter, from its serene fairy tale moments to its more rugged, yet equally captivating, experiences.
Discover the best activities to do in Tromsø in winter (November – March) with this practical and in-depth guide.
Norway is a winter wonderland with snow-capped mountains, frozen lakes, and charming cities covered in snow. While many travelers choose to visit Norway during the summer, the winter offers unique beauty and activities. From skiing in the mountains to witnessing the Northern Lights, there are many incredible things to do in Norway during the winter.
Let’s look at the best activities you can do in Norway in winter and where and when you can do them!
Nestled amidst the turbulent waters of the Norwegian Sea, the island of Røst stands as the outermost gem of the Lofoten archipelago. Røst captures the essence of coastal Norway with its unique landscapes, rich culture, and thriving fishing environment.
Have you ever wondered when is the best time to see the beautiful Northern Lights in Lofoten? Many people think they can only be seen in winter, but that’s not true! This article will guide you on when and how to experience the magic of the Northern Lights in Lofoten.
Ryten is one of the most popular hikes in the western part of the Lofoten islands. It is no wonder, by Lofoten standards, it is a relatively easy trip you can do all year round. The views from the top are stunning, especially the view towards the isolated Kvalvika beach, with its ice-cold turquoise waters roaring on the white sand between massive vertical cliffs rising straight from the ocean. The cherry on top of the cake is the cliff close to the summit, which resembles a miniature Trolltunga and belongs to classical Lofoten Instagram shots.
In this article, we’re excited to take you on an adventure through southern and western Norway as we reveal the 15 absolute best day hikes you can experience.
Are you familiar with the ocean fog in Lofoten?
Emerging from the vast ocean, a blanket of white, chilly clouds rolls in, enshrouding the towering mountains in a mystical veil and ruining a sunny day.