Winter adventures in the mountains of Voss
Some of our winter trips in 2020
Tailored avalanche courses
Are you new to ski touring and would like to develop your avalanche management skills? We're happy to set up a course for you and your friends.
During a typical course you'll learn about terrain management, trip planning, avalanche rescue techniques and how to utilise decision support tools for ski touring. You'll also get to do some really nice tours.
We offer particularily friendly mid-week prices during January and February.
Guided ski touring near Voss
Explore untouched snow in the uncrowded mountains of Voss. With numerous ski touring areas within easy reach, generous amounts of snow and a long winter season, these mountains are well worth exploring.
Our guide knows where to find the best snow and the safest avalanche conditions. Leave the route finding to him, so you can focus on the joy of skiing in pristine terrain.
In the tracks of Nansen
Follow in the ski tracks of polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen on this classic ski tour!
Back in 1884 Nansen crossed the mountains alone and with simple skis, a feat that stands out even today.
Learn about Nansens trip while following parts of his route. A demanding and lengthy trip for expert skiers only.
Snowshoeing on Hanguren
Snowshoes allow you to wander easily through deep snow and enjoy the winter landscape.
Join our guide on a round trip on top of mount Hanguren, just outside the groomed pistes of Voss Resort.
Stepping off the chairlift, we find ourselves within reach of lovely mountain terrain with excellent views of Voss and the surrounding mountains.
Snowshoeing in Raundalen
How would you like to walk through a forest blanketed by deep snow? Or perhaps enjoy the stillness of free nature during its long winter sleep?
Our guided snowshoeing trip to Raundalen is a good way for you to get a real winter experience without the need of skis.
Breiskrednosi - Nærøyfjorden
Join us on a guided ski tour to the magnificent Breiskrednosi, looming 1189 meters above the UNESCO Nærøyfjorden.
This is a lengthy day-trip featuring rough, pristine mountain terrain and a scenery full of contrasts.
This trip is suitable for those seeking a particular challenge towards a particular rewarding view.