Climbing on frozen waterfalls!
Ice climbing at Stranda Skiresort
Test your skills, agility and strength while ice climbing with us at Strandafjellet. In the middle of the resort, we have optimal conditions for ice climbing. Not sure this is for you? We have been climbing with customers from the age of 7 to 70 years old. Ice climbing is for everyone.
Climbing frozen waterfalls is an unforgettable experience and something everyone should get the chance to try out once. Our staff will set up top rope systems on site, allowing to try ice climbing in a safe and fun environment. With our talented instructors, the sun reflecting on the ice and the elation of the first successful climb, you will get a day you’ll never forget!
It often gets cold while your waiting for your turn to climb, so remember to bring some warm clothes.
Next upcoming trip
23/9 – spaces left
Medium – This activity suits everyone.
Included in the price
- Ice axes
Stranda ski resort - a paradise of snow and ice
Travel to Stranda
We recommend you travel to Stranda by plane via Ålesund. We can provide you with a shuttle from the airport or you can rent a car directly from there. It takes about 1,5 hour to drive from Vigra airport to Stranda, including one ferry crossing. It´s also possible to travel by bus from Oslo, Bergen or Trondheim.
Oslo (10 daily) by SAS and Norwegian
Bergen (5 daily) by SAS and Widerøe
Stavanger (2 daily) by SAS
Trondheim (2 daily) by SAS
Amsterdam (daily) by KLM
Departure Amsterdam to Aalesund (14:25/20:40)
Departure Aalesund to Amsterdam (06:30/17:05)
Copenhagen (daily) by SAS
Departure Copenhagen to Aalesund (Mon-fri 12:45/Sun 14:10)
Departure Aalesund to Copenhagen (Mon-fri 14:50/Sun 16:15)
London Gatwick (Mon/fri) by Norwegian
Departure London Gatwick to Ålesund (Man/Fre 11:35)
Departure Ålesund to London Gatwick (Man/Fre 15:10)
We offer all our customers transfer t/r from the airport t/r Stranda. Price: 350 NOK per person each way. This price is for 4 customers or more.
Follow this link to find the time schedule for buses. Your Norwegian isn’t on par? Look in the upper right corner of the web page to translate into English.