Norway is an indescribable beautiful country, With it`s fjords, mountains and nothern lights, it is a fascinating place to do splitboarding in untouched nature.
Our Splitboarding Reports from Norway:
When you think about splitboarding in Norway, popular destinations like Lyngen Alps and Lofoten come to mind. A less known area is the Sogndal valley, about 250 kilometers northeast of Bergen.
Jotunheimen is the highest mountain region in Norway and Scandinavia. It offers many possibilities for Splitboarding and Splitboard Touring. Here you get an insight and maybe ideas for your next splitboard holiday.
A story and trip report of the Slovakian snowboarder and splitboarder Marek Gazda and his friends about their journey to Norway in May 2015. Take a seat and enjoy the movie too.
First turns of the winter! Shortly a week before the season starts in the Eastern Alps, in Norway it never ended.Never ended? Watch the video!
The Lofoten are getting more and more popular for Splitboard- and ski touring. Even if the summits are just little beyond the 1000 meter mark, so the terrain is demanding and beautiful above all. Since the touring usually starts at sea level and countless peaks are close to each other, respectable vertical meters sum up.
Lyngen has become a kind of touring eldorado due to the great snow conditions and proximity to the sea. In this Video Trip Report you get great impressions of the area and the ten day touring action.