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From Reinunga, you have easy access to a number of excellent skiing runs. The location near the Storeskavlen glacier, between the weather systems of the west and the east, produces fantastic powder snow that lends itself perfectly for back-country skiing adventures. When the conditions are right you can ski down from 1700m to Flåm (sea level) and ride the train back up to the hytte at 774m   :)

Download PDF map  &  Online map 1 or Online map 2.


Alpine touring, backcountry or randonnee skiing in the mountains is lots of fun but can be dangerous if you don't know what you are doing. Make sure you have the right equipment and knowledge !.

You can check the avalanche forecast here.


If you feel like skiing with a guide then we recommend Norgesguidene.no or Fjellsentralen.no.

 

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Possible randonnée skiing routes

 

1a) Kvanntjørn (1247 m) // +475 m //  2,5 km

1b)Haugasvai (1427 m) // +650 m //  5 km

2a) Tarven (1703 m) // +925 m //  6 km

2b) Tarven (1703 m) // +925 m //  10 km

3) Eitrefjiellet (1593 m) // +820 m // 13 km

4a) Broksnosi (1614 m) // +840 m // 6 km

4b) Broksnosi (1614 m) // +840 m // 7 km

5) Geitonosi (1225 m) // +450 m // 3 km

6) Geitonosi loop (1250 m) // +475 m // 9 km

7) Urdshovd (1445 m) // +670 m // 7 km

7b) Kaldavasshytta (1250 m) // +650 m // 8 km

8) Baksafjellet loop (1636) // +1550 m // 23 km

9) Kårdal (550 m) // -225 m // 3 km

10) Upsete (850 m) // +650 m // 15 km

 

Notes:

* These routes are not marked and are only examples of back-country skiing trails.

* We recommend you rent a guide. Ski touring can be a dangerous activity notably in case of avalanche risks.

Always check weather conditions (here for example).

* We are not responsible for your choice of route, always check a local map with steepness and avalanche risk corridors (we recommend the Varsom app).