Snowshoe hike – Lievarden

On this trip, you will reach the iconic viewpoint of Lievarden. According to locals, this is one of the best viewpoint to soak in the views of the fjord, down below your feet. During the 4 hours round trip to Lievarden, you’ll be sandwiched by the Storfjord on one side and the snowy summits of the Sunnmøre alps on the other. 

We will meet up at our office where you’ll get kitted up with snowshoes and poles for your the trip. After a short drive up (private cars) we will reach the starting point of this trip.

Once we reach the top of Lievarden, a truly unique and spectacular view over the fjord, Stranda and the surrounding mountains will be waiting for you. From here, we can also see towards Jostedalsbreen, Europe´s biggest inland glacier.

After a short break for lunch, we head back down again to the car by the way we came

This trip has daily departures during the whole season. 

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Included in the price

 

  • Guide
  • Snowshoes
  • Poles

Equipment list
Important info
 

Difficulty 
Easy – This tour is accessible to everyone.

It´s good to have hiking boots that are a bit higher then a normal sneaker. This will help keep the snow out of your shoes.

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Travel to Stranda

We recommend you travel to Stranda by plane via Alesund. We can provide you with shuttle from the airport or you can rent a car at the airport. It takes about 1,5 hour to drive from Vigra airport to Stranda and 1 hour from Ålesund to Stranda, including a ferry crossing in both cases. It´s also possible to travel by bus from Oslo, Bergen or Trondheim.

Flights

Ålesund - Vigra are the closest airport

 

 

 

By car

Looking for your way to Stranda? Google Maps is there for you! Click on this link to find your way to us.

Oslo – Stranda 561 km
Bergen – Stranda 396 km
Trondheim – Stranda 360 km
Ålesund – Stranda 67 km

By bus

 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.