Ski Touring Weekend at Tyin Skitur
Learn about safe randonee skiing with Tyin Aktiv at Filefjell, and discover an amazing way to explore the mountains in the winter time on your own. Mother Nature will provide breathtaking views, surrounded by alpine peaks in Jotunheimen. Tyin Aktiv will go over topics like tour-planning, equipment, terrain, avalanche danger, and other factors that will ensure a safe trip. Suitable for those who have little to no experience with randonee skiing, and wants to add to their skill. A “must” for newcomers to the randonee game!
- Destinasjon Vang
- Sesong november–april
- Avreiser Every Weekend
- Varighet 48 timer
- Vanskelighetsgrad Medium
- Målgruppe Little to no experience with randonee skiing
Book med Tyin Aktiv
All ages: NOK 2390
Det vi skal gjøre
The first evening you’ll get to know each other and start with an introduction to avalanche theory and planning. The next day will consist of preparation, planning, what to do in case of an avalanche, and learning to use avalanche beacons. You will head out in the near vicinity to learn about terrain dangers, steep proportionality assessment and how to walk and ski in the mountains. The last day is all about trying out what you’ve learned. You will be part of an avalanche exercise with a focus on group dynamics, assessments and communication. Kristian, our guide, will make sure that you are prepared to do your own safe backcountry skiing after completing the course.
Tyin Aktiv can tailor programs and combine other activities, food services and conferences for your group. Let us know, and we’ll make sure you’ll have a great time at Filefjell.
The first session starts at 20:00 if not otherwise agreed, at Filefjellstuene lodge.
- A local experienced guide
- Avalanche safety equipment
- Navigation equipment
- Two-night stay at Filefjellstuene
- Randonee equipment can be rented, but feel free to bring your own
- Warm clothes
- Extra change of clothes
- A list of extras to bring will be sent out after the booking has been made.
The guided adventure is delivered by Tyin Aktiv and everything will be organized from the mountain lodge at Filefjell.
Filefjell is located in the middle of southern Norway, easily accessible from either Bergen or Oslo. The mountain roads Sognefjellsvegen and Valdresflye are perfect entry points to Filefjell. The roads are closed from November to April due to snow. Road E16 over Filefjell is another alternative since it is open year-round. Check the National Tourist Routes in Norway to ensure the roads are open, especially if there are harsh conditions.
Driving to Filefjell is the fastest and most direct option.
Renting a car with Nabobil is always an option for getting around in Norway if you have a Scandinavian drivers license. Be sure to add the discount code “outtt” to save some off on your rent.
From Oslo, take Valdresekspressen, which takes 4.5 hours to Filefjell. Note that some of the journeys have bus changes at Fagernes.
From Bergen, the journey is a direct 4-hour trip. The bus leaves from Bergen central bus station once a day.