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    On selected dates in February we offer a guided multiday tourskiing program guided by Martin Hafenmair from Germany. You stay a whole week in full board at Rondane River Lodge and join a small group with fellow tour skiiers. Every day the itinerary will be designed depending on weather/snow/avalanche conditions and the abilities of the participants. This trip is open for novel tour skiers in good physical condition feeling comfortable on most kinds of snow. Previous experience with tour skiing is definitely an advantage.


    Day 1:

    The hosts welcome you at Rondane River Lodge. For sure you will be charmed instantly by the cosy lodge and the snowy forest around. Relax in your comfortable hotel room and enjoy a home-made 3 courses welcome dinner in the restaurant.


    Day 2:

    After a tasty breakfast you meet your knowledgeable guide and get information about the program. He handpicks the perfect location for an exciting training day, taking into account the weather and snow conditions. Test your equipment and improve your technique of tour skiing. There will also be included an avalanche course during which you get yourself familiar with beacon, probe and shovel. Upon return at Rondane River Lodge there will be served a freshly prepared 3 courses dinner.


    Day 3-7:

    Rondane is a typical Norwegian high mountain area with long stretched mountain plateaus and 10 tops over 2.000m above sea level. It’s the oldest national park in Norway created in 1962 to protect some of the last herds of wild reindeer on the Scandinavian peninsula. Here you will hardly encounter anyone else and just be surrounded by pristine wilderness. Although Rondane has not yet opened up for a lot of commercial tour skiing, it offers a great diversity of tour skiing options from easy to challenging. A suggestion of possible trips within reach of Rondane River Lodge.



    Through the wonderful Vuludalen to the eastern side of Gråhøgda. After passing birch forests, several lakes and crossing swamps, you get on the Gråhøgda-plateau. From here the top of Saukampen is within easy reach offering a perfect downhill experience.

    Uphill: 600m – Downhill: 600m – Distance: 18km



    From Atnbrua through nordic forests and over vast plateaus with panoramic views over the national park and the highest peak within its borders (Rondeslottet – 2.178m). Then you climb the magnificent double peak of Gravskardhøgda before descending almost 1.000m back to the valley.

    Uphill: 980m – Downhill: 980m – Distance: 16.5km



    You start by crossing the frozen Atnsjø-lake to Fagerholl. Then through birch forests until you reach the tree level. Over wide ridges further to the summit.

    Uphill: 1.000m – Downhill: 1000.m – Distance: 16.5km


    Stor Elgevasshøe:

    From the hamlet of Elgevassli ascent through the Storbekken to a huge plateau. The further route over the northern flank of the summit becomes a little steeper. Promising for a good descent.

    Uphill: 850m – Downhill: 850m – Distance: 12km



    From Strømbu it goes towards the mountain cabin of Bjørnhollia. Through the Veslkolldalen it goes over a wide ridge up to the Sore Oksle (1.779m). The last 350 height meters are tough but you are rewarded with a dreamy view from the second highest peak in Rondane.

    Uphill: 1.370m – Downhill: .1370m – Distance: 18km


    Day 8:

    Time to say goodbye to the Norwegian mountains.


    Departure dates:

    05.02.22 & 12.02.22

    Minimum 4 and maximum 8 participants.



    Package in standard double room = 14.800 NOK per person

    Package in standard single room = 17.250 NOK per person

    Incl. 6 days guiding in English/German, stay in a standard double or single room with full board (breakfast – selfmade lunch package – 3 courses dinner)


    Extra charges:

    Transfers to Atna or Ringebu train station = 800 NOK one way up to 8 persons.

    Transfers to Oslo Airport = 2000 NOK per person

    Upgrade to recently renovated superior room = 250 NOK per night.


    This trip is open for novel tour skiiers in good physical condition feeling comfortable on most kinds of snow. Previous experience with tour skiing is definitely an advantage.

    We don’t recommend to bring children under 16 years on this trip.

    We reserve for changes in the program due to weather conditions.


    Contact us for prices, availability and a tailor made offer.