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#Lyngenfjordrundt - the most Instagram-friendly places in the Lyngenfjord region

Experience the most Instagram-friendly photo spots the Lyngenfjord region has to offer. You can visit as many as you like, in the order you like. An excursion in the Lyngenfjord region offers great nature-based experiences, good food experiences and an insight into our fascinating culture. Highlights include seeing the famous Lyngen Alps, the Midnight Sun or the Northern Lights and having the opportunity to eat local food, go on nice hikes with spectacular views and spend the night in unique accommodation like a glass igloo at Lyngen North.

We recommend you allow 5-7 days to experience the best of the Lyngenfjord region. Please use #Lyngenfjordrundt and @Visitlyngenfjord to share your best photos!

 

Blåisvatnet

📍 Sør-Lenangsbotn

Blåisvatnet (C) odavik

Photo: @odavik

Blåisvatnet is the most popular hike in the Lyngen Alps, and not without reason! The clear blue colour of the water with the steep peaks of the Lyngen Alps in the background is a beautiful sight. 

Are you ready for a genuine nature-based experience? If so, we can recommend an ice cold and refreshing dip in Blåisvatnet. This will give you a real adrenalin kick!

 

Blåisvatnet is about 4 km east of another lake, Jægervatnet. If you are driving from Lyngseidet, turn off in the direction of Svensby then head towards Jægervatn and Sør-Lenangsbotn. You can park your car in the car park on the right-hand side of the road.

The drive from Tromsø takes about 2 hours, including the ferry crossing from Breivikeidet – Svensby.

Click here to read a description of the hike to Blåisvatnet (The Blue Lake)

XLyngen - Nord-Lenangen - 22.4 km

XLyngen is located in the village Nord-Lenangen near the northern tip of the Lyngen peninsula. Accommodation is available in five cabins and two apartments, each sleeping six guests. The cabins are located right down by the fjord. 

Lyngen Experience Lodge/Apartments - 15.5 km

Lyngen Experience Lodge is set in wonderful surroundings in Nord-Lenangen in the northern part of the Lyngen peninsula just metres from the water’s edge. The lodge offers exclusive adventures year-round and is a perfect place to relax.

Svensby Tursenter - Svensby - 147 km

Svensby Tursenter is approx. 1 hour (incl. ferry) from Tromsø and is situated beside the ferry landing in Svensby. We offer family friendly cabins and activities ranging from snowmobile safaris in the winter to boat rental in the summer.

In Lyngseidet, which is approx. 36 km from Blåisvatnet (The Blue Lake), you will find shops, a petrol station and a pharmacy.

During the summer, a foodtruck is usually situated in the car park at the start of the hike to Blåisvatnet (The Blue Lake)

Other nearby restaurants are Sandnes restaurant in Nord-Lenangen, Zapffe Cafe at Svensby ferry landing and Johansen Grill in Nord-Lenangen.

The gorgeous blue colour of the water is strongest on sunny afternoons.

Steindalsbreen glacier in Lyngen is definitely worth a visit, and both the glacier and the valley are considered as geological treats! The valley has a rich wildlife and you may see sheep, reindeer and eagles on the hike to Steindalsbreen glacier.

The duration of the hike is approx. 5-7 hours including a lunch break and time to take Instragram photos. You can hike on your own or book a guided hike with Lyngen Outdoor Experience or Adventure by design.

The glacier is situated on route 868 between Oteren and Lyngseidet. Follow the road to “IMA Tursenter” and drive up a small hill to the large car park. From the car park, follow the tractor road/path into the valley.

Click here to read the description of the hike to Steindalsbreen glacier.

IMA tursenter - Steindalen valley

The IMA tursenter is located at the start of the Steindalen valley. They have cabins for rent. Each of the two-bedroom cabins sleep 4-6 guests. The cabins offer an ideal base for nature-based experiences. The path up to the Steindalen glacier starts right on your doorstep.

At Lyngseidet, which is 26 kmfrom IMA tursenter, you will find a petrol station, shops and other accommodation.

At Lyngseidet, which is 26 km form IMA-tursenter, you will find places to eat, some shops and a petrol station.

 

It's possible to rent the cabin in Steindalen/Gievdanvággi (Steindalen cabin). You can book the cabin by contacting Storeng Steindal Trim, [email protected]
 

The Gorsa bridge is situated in Kåfjorddalen and stretches over one of Northern Europe's deepest gorges, Ørndalsjuvet, which is 153 m deep. You can reach the Gorsa bridge by car, by bike or on a hike. 

It's possible to bungee jump from the Gorsa bridge every Saturday during the summer season. This is an experience you will never forget!

The Gorsa Bridge is in the Kåfjorddalen valley about 15 km from E6 highway. Turn off the E6 at Birtavarre and drive up the valley. The road is sealed for about 8km then becomes a gravel road. We recommend that you drive slowly and carefully as the road can be bumpy and there are sheep in the area.

After driving on the gravel section for about 3 km, you will reach a large car park on the right-hand side of the road (Ankerlia) with toilet facilities and an information board. Park your car here and continue on foot to the Gorsa Bridge. The hike from here to the bridge through an old mining area is approx. 3.8 km and the terrain can at times be challenging.

Click here to read a description of the hike to the Gorsa bridge.

Manndalen Sjøbuer - 29.2 km

Newly renovated Manndalen Sjøbuer lies by the fjord in Kåfjorden, a sidearm to the Lyngenfjord. The eight seaside cottages are named after the eight Sami seasons. The cottages are nicely furnished, have a nice view of the fjord and most have their own sauna. Each cottage sleeps four guests.

Manndalen is a special valley as the Sami, Kven and Norwegian cultures live side by side.

Restaurant Solvind - Rotsund - 53.8 km

The a la carte Restaurant Solvind serves dishes based on local produce with a touch of uniqueness.

Senter for nordlige folk - Manndalen - 32.4 km

During the summer, the Centre of Northern Peoples serves meals based on local produce. This is an excellent place to ttaste traditional Coastal Sami dishes from the region. 

Husfliden in Birtavarre serves coffee and waffles every Saturday.

Holmenes Farm by the Lyngenfjord is a living example of a Coastal Sami farm in North Troms.

If you visit Holmenes farm, you can get an insight into how Coastal Sami families lived by the Lyngenfjord before the war. The farm dates to around 1850 and was settled until 1964. A visit here will provide an insight into the contrasts between then and now!

Click here to read more about Holmens Coastal Sami Farm.

Otertind in Signaldalen in Storfjord municipality is often referred to as northern Europe's Matterhorn, and is a well-known landmark in Troms and Northern Norway. The twin peaks are 1356 m above sea level. One of the best places to photograph Otertind is Signalnes, approx. 15 km up Signaldalen valley.

From the E6 highway, turn left on to route no. 322 towards Signaldalen valley and Signalnes. Continue for approx. 15 km until you reach Signalnes and then stop to take the best Instagram photo.

Strandbu Camping – Skibotn

Strandbu Camping has a picturesque location on the banks of the Skibotn river. As well as camping sites, Strandbu has three well equipped cabins and six smaller and more basic cabins. Guests can rent a Finnish sauna, hot tub or grill hut.

Olderelv Camping – Skibotn

Olderelv Camping is centrally located in the village Skibotn, just 90 min from Tromsø. You can stay in one of the cabins, park your caravan or pitch your tent here. 

There are two options. Hatteng Grill in the village of Hatteng serves fast food. If you continue driving towards Skibotn, you can eat at Sarvvis restaurant at Skibotn Hotel.

We recommend visiting the Skibotn Marketplace, which was the most important 19th century marketplace on the shores of the Lyngenfjord. If you pay a visit to the site, you can see two of the original trading stalls.

The marketplace in Skibotn had its heyday in the 19th century when it was the largest and most important market in North Troms. Important commodities such as reindeer meat, grouse, butter, flour and fish were traded here twice a year.

 

Mollisfossen

📍 Reisa national park

Mollis (C) beyerbrattli

Photo: @beyerbrattli

Mollisfossen waterfall is the most visited place in Reisa National Park and is one of Europe's largest waterfalls. Mollisfossen waterfall is Northern Norway's highest waterfall. It has a total fall of 269 m, the lowest stage of which is a 140 m continuous free fall. The only way to get to the waterfall is by riverboat.

Mollisfossen waterfall is situated by the entrance to Reisa National Park. The only way to reach the waterfall is by riverboat. 

If you want to visit Mollisfossen waterfall, you can book a riverboat safari with either Svartfoss Adventure or Amazing Troms.

Reisastua Lodge - Reisa Valley

Reisastua Lodge has a tranqual setting beside the Reisa river and close to Reisa National Park. Reisastua Lodge is a exclusive lodge with suites of various sizes. The lodge has its own restaurant/bar and offers a wide variety of activities.

Reisafjord Hotel - Sørkjosen - 38 km

The hotel is located by the harbour in Sørkjosen and offers nice views of the Reisafjord. The rooms have TV, private bathroom with shower and many rooms have fjord views. 

The hotel's restaurant serves Norwegian specialities accompanied by views of the fjord.

North of Lyngen - Sørkjosen - 38 km

North of Lyngen Apartments is located in Sørkjosen in Nordreisa municipality. The location is perfect for those who would like to explore the Arctic mountains, sea and rivers. All the rooms have kitchens, which makes it ideal for self-catering.

Bios Cafe - Storslett

Bios Cafe is located in the heart of Storslett. This cafe serves high quality dishes based on local produce. The "Dish of the Day" is always traditional Norwegian food.

We recommend visiting Kronebutikken in the centre of Sørkjosen. This building dating from the early 19th century houses a shop with local handicrafts, local food and books, as well as the workshop of Reisa Skinnprodukter (handicrafts based on fur and leather).

Bærkokeriet (The Little Berry Coockery at 69°N) at Storslett offers local food and products inspired by our nature, culture and sustainability. This is the place to experience a unique atmosphere and history. Nature inspires us and provides us with the raw materials for our production. We have gathered many local suppliers of quality products such as meat, fish, herbs, chocolate, cheese and much more. Berries are delivered here by local pickers. You can watch our production and see all our products: Syrup and juice made from berries from 69° N.

 

Lyngen North

📍 Spåkenes

LN IG

Photo: @gautelorentsen

Lyngen North is situated on the Spåkenes peninsula in the northern parts of the Lyngenfjord. The cabins, restaurant and glass igloos all offfer spectacular views of the Lyngen Alps and the Lyngenfjord. A night in one of the glass igloos probably does not offer you much sleep. However, it oofers a once-in-a-lifetime experience and wonderful photo opportunities of the Midnight Sun or the Northern Lights.

Lyngen North is located at the tip of the Spåkenes Peninsula in the outer region of the Lyngenfjord. From here you have direct panoramic views of the Lyngen Alps.
We offer accommodation in holiday houses (sleeping 4-6) and glass igloos (sleeping two).

We recommend a half-day hike to Dalberget and/or a visit to Spåkenes coastal fort. The fort was built by the Germans during the war. Although it was destroyed when they left, several bunkers and gun sites remain, which you can explore. You can read more about the coastal fort at Spåkenes on the many information signs erected in the area.

A visit to Spåkenes can offer other experiences too. The area is renowned for its rich birdlife and more than 60 bird species have been observed here.

 

Dalberget

📍 Djupvik

Dalberget (C)Marielangseth

Photo: @marielangseth

This is a great half day hike to the newly opened cabin on Dalberget which was built in fall 2020. Dalberget is a popular hike for locals and tourists, and when you reach the top you get rewarded with a panoramic view of the Lyngen Alps. There is a fireplace in the cabin, and you can watch the spectacular view of the Lyngen Alps while you enjoy your packed lunch. 

Dalberget is located in Djupvik in Kåfjord municipality in Northern-Norway. From Lyngseidet, take the ferry to Olderdalen, and drive about 20 kilometres north towards Alta. If you come driving from the north, look for the sign "Kirkegård" in Djupvik along the main road E6. You park at the parkinglot at the end of the road. Be aware that this is the cemetery parking place, please take this into consideration

Djupvik is a 2 hour and 45 minute drive from Tromsø, or 3 hours with ferry Breivikeidet-Svensby and Lyngseidet-Olderdalen.

You can find the hiking description to Dalberget her.

Lyngen North - Spåkenes - 2,5 kilometer

Lyngen North is located at the tip of the Spåkenes Peninsula in the outer region of the Lyngenfjord. From here you get a spectacular view of the Lyngen Alps.
They offer accommodation in holiday houses (sleeping 4-6) and in glass igloos (sleeping two).

Restaurant Solvind - Spåkenes - 2,5 kilometer

 

 

 

After the hike we recommend dinner at restaurant Solvind, and a night in one of the glass iglos at Lyngen North.

Lyngstuva is the northernmost point of the Lyngen peninsula. From here, you will be rewarded with wonderful panoramic views of the surrounding fjords (Hamrefjorden, Ullsfjorden and Lyngen), the Fugløysundet strait and islands including Vannøya, Reinøya, Fugleøya and Fakken. Lyngstuva is a perfect place to enjoy the Midnight Sun in summer and the Northern Lights in winter.

Follow route 314 via Nord-Lenangen until you reach the end of the road. You can park at the end of the road/on the field at Russelv (Ruoššajohka). It’s possible to reach Russelv by bus, but we recommend you check the timetable at tromskortet.no since there are not services every day. 

Click here to read the description of the hike to Lyngstuva.

XLyngen - Nord-Lenangen 

XLyngen is located in the village Nord-Lenangen near the northern tip of the Lyngen peninsula. Accommodation is available in five cabins and two apartments, each sleeping six guests. The cabins are located right down by the fjord. 

Lyngen Experience Lodge/Apartments - Nord-Lenangen 

Lyngen Experience Lodge is set in wonderful surroundings in Nord-Lenangen in the northern part of the Lyngen peninsula just metres from the water’s edge. The lodge offers exclusive adventures year-round and is a perfect place to relax.

Lyngen fjordcamp - Nord-Lenangen

Lyngen Fjordcamp is located right by the sea in peaceful Nord-Lenangen. This is a perfect place to enjoy your holiday during summer or winter. The house is fully furnished and, including a small log cabin, can accommodate seven people.

Svensby Tursenter - Svensby 

Svensby Tursenter is approx. 1 hour (incl. ferry) from Tromsø and is situated beside the ferry landing in Svensby. We offer family friendly cabins and activities ranging from snowmobile safaris in the winter to boat rental in the summer.

Solheim farm - Svensby  

In Svensby, not far from the ferry landing, you will find Solheim farm in idyllic surroundings. From the farm, you can enjoy fantastic views of the Ullsfjord and the beautiful nature in Lyngen. We offer accommodation in a cottage (6 people), Ida bua (2 people) or an apartment (4 people) on the farm.

Sandnes restaurant - Nord-Lenangen 

The restaurant serves soup of the day, pizza and burger, among other options.

Johansen Gatekjøkken, a fast food grill, is situated in Nord-Lenangen.

There are many cultural heritage sites in the area between Russelv and Lyngstuva. The mixture of Sami, Kven and Norwegian cultural relics bears witness to an area that has been settled for many generations. Several of these sites are signposted on the trail out to Lyngstuva. The Norwegian Coastal Administration has a building by the lighthouse on the outermost point at Lyngstuva, while the remnants from two shipwrecks are visible on the seashore below the lighthouse.

 

Nordre Lauksund fyr

📍 Lauksletta, Arnøy

Lauksletta fyr (C)Maria salamonsen

Photo: @visitlyngenfjord

You will find the North Lauksund lighthouse at the end of the road by Tareneset on Arnøya. From the lighthouse, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Lopphavet, which is a stretch of open sea, with the Kvænangen mountain range in the background.

When you arrive on the island of Arnøya by ferry, turn right and drive to the end of the road at Tareneset. From here, it’s only a few metres to the lighthouse.

Click here to view the ferry timetable from Storstein to Lauksundskaret (Arnøya).

 

Lauksletta Overnatting - Lauksletta

Lauksletta Overnatting is a small, homely hostel surrounded by wild nature and extreme weather on the outer coast of the island of Arnøya. This is the place to enjoy authentic and satisfying North Norwegian food.

Visit Årvikssand - Årvikssand

Visit Årvikssand is situated right by the open sea in Årvikssand at the far north of the beautiful island of Arnøya. You can enjoy the view of the open sea and the mountains accompanied by the sound of the sea gulls and the lapping waves.

Lauksletta Overnatting serves authentic North Norwegian food. However, you can only eat here if you are staying in Lauksletta Overnatting.

There is a cafe at Bygdebutikken in Årvikssand.

The cultural trail at Tareneset, at the far north of the Lauksund, enables you to learn about the local nature and culture. NB: The signs are only in Norwegian.

The trail starts at route 347 and ends at the far north of the Lauksund. You can park here or drive to the start of the trail approx. 200 m further north. An information board at the start of the trail provides a good description and there are several posts along the way. The trail is clearly marked with blue painted arrows and the posts are numbered. You can stop for a break along the trail at the grill cabin.

Brudesløret

📍 Sørkjosen

Brudesløret i Sørkjosen (C) Petr Pavlicek

Photo: Petr Pavlicek

Drive along the old E6 highway on the outside of the Sørkjos tunnel. You will see the waterfall on the other side of the guardrail after approx. 2.5 - 3 km. The road  is narrow and winding, so drive carefully. For brief visits, we recommend parking in the rest area on the other side of the road. 

Please note that the speed limit here is 80 km/h, so be careful when getting out of your car.

Reisafjord Hotell - Sørkjosen - 5.8 km

Reisafjord Hotel is located by the harbour in Sørkjosen and offers beautiful views of the Reisafjord. The hotel features a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and a cosy fireplace lounge with a flat-screen TV.

North of Lyngen apartments - Sørkjosen - 6.6 km

North of Lyngen Apartments is located in Sørkjosen. The apartment hotel has spacious and modern double, triple and family rooms in quiet surroundings. All rooms have a kitchenette ideal for self-catering.

Reisastua Lodge - Reisa Valley - 44.6 km

Reisastua Lodge has an idyllic location beside the Reisa River and close to Reisa National Park. Reisastua is an exclusive lodge with suites of various sizes, its own restaurant/bar and a wide selection of activities.

Reisafjord Hotel - Sørkjosen - 5.8 km

Reisafjord Hotel has its own restaurant, which is open 15-21. The newly restored restaurant has a pizza menu and also serves Nortwegian dishes, many of which are based on locally sourced ingredients. A buffet breakfast is served daily in the dining room. The lobby bar is open 13-02.

Bios Café - Storslett - 10.3 km

Bios Café is a gathering place for locals and tourists alike. The place has been named the winner of Ganefart in 2006 - the country's best eatery along the country road. The menu has a large selection of local ingredients; wild sheep from Arnøya, cattle from Lund farm in Sappen, smoked reindeer meat from Gapherus, highland cattle from Straumfjord and fish from the Reisafjord. Chanterelles and berries are picked in the area and we only use organic potatoes from Loppevoll in Reisa. Sauces, dressings, carrot bread, pesto, oils and burgers are made in-house and only fresh vegetables are used.

Kaffekiin - Storslett - 10.5 km

This Arctic coffee roastery has a great passion for coffee and wishes to give you the best coffee experience.

På Taket Kafè - Sørkjosen - 5.8 km

This is a cosy café in the heart of Sørkjosen serving traditional and honest food. The goal is for everyone to find something on the menu that they like and at a reasonable price.

 

Skibotndissa

📍 Nallevuopio

Skibotndissa (C) activenorth.no

Photo: @activenorth.no

Skibotndissa (The Skibotn Swing) is a perfect photo spot and is extremely Instagram-friendly! Enjoy wonderful views of the Lyngen Alps and the Lyngenfjord. You can take great Midnight Sun photos here during the summer, while in the autumn and winter it's a magical place to photograph the Northern Lights.

You will find Skibotndissa (The Skibotn Swing) along the E8 highway at the rest area in Nallevuopio. There is plenty of space for parking. You will also find tables and benches where you can enjoy a snack and a cup of coffee before driving on. The scenic swing is located approx. 50 m down by the fjord. You won't miss it!

 

Olderelv Camping - Skibotn

Olderelv Camping is centrally located in the village of Skibotn. With cabins, power sites for caravans/campers and sites for camping, there is something for everyone.

Strandbu Camping - Skibotn

Strandbu Camping is located by the Skibotn river in Skibotn. In addition to the camp site, you can stay in a choice of cabins with six basic camping cabins and three slightly better equipped. Facilities at Strandbu Camping include a sauna, hot tub and barbecue hut (extra changes apply).

Skibotn Camping - Skibotn - 4.5 km

Skibotn Camping is nicely located by the fjord in Skibotn with wonderful views of the Lyngen Alps. We rent out cabins, you can park your camper/caravan or pitch a tent.

Skibotn Hotel - Skibotn - 5 km

At the northern end of Skibotn, with great views of the Lyngenfjord and the Lyngen Alps, you will find Skibotn Hotel and Sarvvis Restaurant & Experience Centre. You can spend the night, enjoy delicious food or participate in various experiences.

Brennfjell Camping - Brennfjell - 11.6 km

Brennfjell Camping is nicely located in scenic surroundings by the Skibotn river, approx. 10 km up Skibotndalen valley. You can park your camper/caravan, pitch a tent or rent one of the cabins.

Hatteng Camping - Hatteng - 18.9 km

Hatteng Camping is located in the centre of the village of Hatteng at the southern end of the Lyngenfjord. The campsite has six sites for campers/caravans and seven rental cabins.

Cirkle K Skibotn - 2.8 km

The Cirkle K service station in Skibotn serves fast food, pizza, baguettes and buns, etc. It's open daily from 09:00 - 23:00.

Hatteng Grillbar - 189 km

Hatteng Grillbar serves fast food and coffee, etc.

Sarvvis - Skibotn - 8 km

Sarvvis has a pizza menu as well as serving hamburgers, Finnbiff (reindeer stew) and other dishes. Open Friday - Sunday. (NB: The opening hours can change at short notice).

Summer: You can see the Midnight Sun from Skibotndissa (The Skibotn Swing) at approx. 00:30 during the summer season.

Gentelman-stien

📍 Revdalen

Revdalen (c) petr pavlicek

Photo: @Petr Pavlicek

The Revdalen valley is located on the E6 highway in Kåfjord municipality, approx. 900 m north of the municipal boundary with Storfjord. The walk up the Revdalen valley is part of Jan Baalsrud's wartime escape route from the Germans in the spring of 1943.

Click here for a description of the route.

Park your car in the quarry or at one of the other parking spots near the Innerelva river. If you are arriving from the south, the Innerelva is the first major river you pass after driving through the Larsberg tunnel (the first tunnel after Skibotn). You can also park by Hotel Savoy (no signs) and walk approx. 900 m to the start of the path.

The Hotel Savoy is an interesting place to visit if you are interested in war history and the fascinating story of Jan Baalsrud.

 

 

Olderelv Camping - Skibotn

Olderelv Camping is centrally located in the village of Skibotn. With cabins, power sites for caravans/campers and sites for camping, there is something for everyone.

Strandbu Camping - Skibotn

Strandbu Camping is located by the Skibotn river in Skibotn. In addition to the camp site, you can stay in a choice of cabins with six basic camping cabins and three slightly better equipped. Facilities at Strandbu Camping include a sauna, hot tub and barbecue hut (extra changes apply).

Skibotn Camping - Skibotn - 4.5 km

Skibotn Camping is nicely located by the fjord in Skibotn with wonderful views of the Lyngen Alps. We rent out cabins, you can park your camper/caravan or pitch a tent.

Skibotn Hotel - Skibotn - 5 km

At the northern end of Skibotn, with great views of the Lyngenfjord and the Lyngen Alps, you will find Skibotn Hotel and Sarvvis Restaurant & Experience Centre. You can spend the night, enjoy delicious food or participate in various experiences.

Manndalen Sjøbuer - Manndalen

Manndalen Sjøbuer offers accommodation beside the fjord in the beautiful village Manndalen. The eight seaside cottages each accommodate 4 guests. Boat rental is also available.

Sarvvis - Skibotn - 8 km

Sarvvis has a pizza menu as well as serving hamburgers, Finnbiff (reindeer stew) and other dishes. Open Friday - Sunday (NB: The opening hours can change at short notice).

Check out the map for the different spots:

Are you travelling to Tromsø, Alta or Senja?

If so, we recommend a stop at these Instagrammable places in our neighbour regions.

Tungeneset

📍 Senja

Tungeneset (C)hannelune

Photo: @hannelune

Please check Visit Senja for more information about Senja.

Fjellheisen

📍 Tromsø (The Cable Car)

Fjellheisen Tromsø (C)fjellheisentromso

Photo: @fjellheisentromso

Please check Visit Tromsø for more information about Tromsø.

Segla

📍 Senja

Segla

Photo: @tonieskelinen

Please check Visit Senja for more information about Senja.

Alta Canyon

📍 Sautso

Alta Canyon (C)Dagnyeu

Photo: @dagnyeu

Please check Visit Alta for more information about Alta.

Sorrisniva

📍 Sorrisniva Alta

Sorrisniva (C) kjerstikvamme

Photo: @kjerstikvamme

Please check Visit Alta for more information about Alta.