One of the most popular mountainpeaks in the southern part of the Lyngen peninsula, is Daltind. Reaching 1533 meters above sealevel, this peak offers one of the best views of the area and makes for a fantastic day out. Join a local guide on a hike to the peak.
On the Lyngen peninsula you can find everything from sharp snowcovered moutainpeaks and ridges to mellow open valleys shaped by the glaciers that still reside here. With most of the peninsula having the status of Nature protection area the impact from human activity is very low and gives a sense of serenity to this otherwise wild place.
We at Lyngen outdoor experiences are dedicated to giving our visitors unique and unforgettable experiences in this very special part of Norway.
One of the most popular mountainpeaks in the southern part of the Lyngen peninsula, is Daltind. Reaching 1533 meters above sealevel, this peak offers one of the best views of the area and makes for a fantastic day out. In the winterseason the mountain provides for toptourskiing well into the month of may, with plenty of skiers making their long way into the valley and up the northern face of the mountain. However, in the summerseason the better route for summiting this mountain starts at the village of Furuflaten and brings us through the forest and onto the open plateau beneath Daltind. As we slowly start to traverse the side of this mountain, which is part of the chain known as Njallavarri, the green plateau with its marshlands and small lakes will flatten beneath us as we gain heightmeters towards the top. Reaching the summit will give us a uniqe view to Lyngsdalen, the valley leading to the edge of the large glaciersystem below Jiehkkevarri. And also a view to the glaciers themselves surrounded by some of the highest peaks in the Lyngen Alps.
You will be accompanied by Liz, Helga or Tom Frode for this tour. All of them are locals who know the area of Lyngen well.
Suitable for: This tour is suitable for children over the age of 10 and people in good physical condition. Note that this is a long day out, 7-8 hours, so the pace will be set according to the ability of the group.
Participants: 2-6 people per guide.
Food: We will provide lunch for all participants, please let us know if you have any foodallergies or foodpreferences in advance.
What to bring: Hiking clothes suitable for the weather. Hiking boots or other shoes suitable for a longer hike. Waterbottle, snacks and a backpack.
Meeting point and time: 10.00. At Lyngen outdoor experiences, Hovedveien 26, 9062 Furuflaten.
If you do not have access to transportation we can arrange to pick you up in the Lyngen area. Contact us for times and prices.
PRICE: 1590 NOK pr. person including lunch
Transport: Upon request we can pick you up in Tromsø (extra cost)
*Lyngen Outdoor Experiences reserve the right to cancel the activity due to insufficient number of participants, bad weather conditions or other security issues