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Norway’s mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords make it one of the most exciting places to ski on the planet, boasting a mixture of delightful in-land resorts and staggeringly beautiful coastal ski tours.

Ski touring in Norway opens up countless mountains where solitude, panoramic views and untouched powder await, not to mention the chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Take a boat trip through the Lyngen fjords or across the Lofoten archipelago before being dropped off to ski backcountry routes that stretch into plunging blue fjords below. Or stay in a wonderful lodge on the water’s edge, summiting the surrounding peaks by day  and enjoying delicious dinners and cosy fires each evening.

Whether it’s summer glacier skiing overlooking fjords or boat-based ski touring from summit to sea above the Arctic Circle, skiing in Norway is the perfect adventure for skiers looking to escape it all.

The ski touring season in Norway usually runs from mid February until the end of May.

— Ski summit to sea as the sun sets

Mabey Ski_Norway_Lyngen Alps_Borealis aurora over Koppangen from Aroya Island_March 2008_Photo by Jean-Marc Pic

— Witness the multi-coloured Northern Lights dancing across the sky

— Access some of Norway's most remote ski touring by boat

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