Bordalsgjelet ice gorge hike

Are you pressed on time – but would still like to experience a memorable winter excursion near Voss? Then this trip is for you! Our guided hike to the spectacular river gorge called Bordalsgjelet takes around 3 hours, and can be booked every day during the winter season. Meet your guide at our office above Tre Brør Café, near the town square of Voss. After making sure you are properly clothed, we start our hike towards Bordalsgjelet. Our trip takes you through the town centre of Voss, passes the lake called Vangsvatnet and right to where the river coming out of Bordalen valley has carved out an impressively deep gorge. The terraced walkways with fenced-in viewpoints allow us to get a closer look at the potholes and the masses of ice that usually drape the sides of the gorge during winter. Quite breathtaking! Our experienced guide makes sure your trip will become a learning experience for you. During the duration of the trip, you’ll learn about topics such as geology, cultural history and what it’s like to live here in Voss. This is an easy trip, suitable for most ages and fitness levels. We will maintain a slow pace, keep together and take several breaks to get to know each other and our surroundings. You should still be dressed and prepared for cold winds, icy conditons, and even rain or snow. We will equip you with trekking poles and hiking crampons if the conditions are icy. The trip ends back at the starting point. Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.  

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Breiskrednosi: 1189 meters above Nærøyfjorden

Nærøyfjorden is one of the most spectacular fjords of western Norway. Snowy mountains loom high above this narrow strip of greenish blue water, shedding meltwater in cascades down the sheer cliffs. The unique natural scenery and cultural landscape has granted this region a well earned spot on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. ​ From Breiskrednosi, you get to experience this beautiful scenery from a unique perspective, 1189 meters above the fjord.    ​ Trip outline After an hour’s drive from Voss, we’ve passed through the lovely Jordalen valley and reached the mountain farm called Breidalen. This is where we start our walk, following an unmarked path east towards the watershed above Nærøyfjorden. We gain altitude towards Vardane, then continue across Rimstigfjellet towards the increasingly prominent Breiskrednosi. From its top, we enjoy an unforgettable moment of airy exposure! After absorbing the magnificent view from Breiskrednosi, we head back towards Breidalen, retracing our own route. ​ ​ Reasons to go This area is wild and secluded, home to a nomadic flock of reindeer. Grouse, eagles, foxes and other wildlife are frequently encountered. The peak of Breiskrednosi offers a unique view of Nærøyfjorden. Perfect if what you want is a challenging trip above the fjords with no crowds. ​ ​ Season and availability Daily departures from June 20 to October 10. ​ During the busiest weeks of summer, we might not have available guides every day. Please don’t hesitate to send us an email if it looks like the trip is unavailable online. We’ll try to find a solution for you. ​ ​ Physical requirements This trip is suitable for healthy, fit people with previous mountain hiking experience. ​ ​ Necessary equipment On this hike you will need the following equipment: ​ Sturdy hiking shoes or hiking boots. Waterproof clothing (shell layer). Small rucksack (20 litres). An extra t-shirt and a warm sweater. Beanie or knit cap and gloves. Sunglasses and sun lotion Some snacks or packed lunch and a water bottle. Trekking poles are recommended. ​ ​ Prices and terms The price is NOK 1490 per person. Book this trip by clicking the "Book this trip now" button.  ​ Group sizes: 1-8 participants. Groups of more than five earn a 20 % group discount. ​ Included in the price: An experienced, multilingual guide during your trip. A light meal of locally crafted food, including hot drinks – prepared on a stove. All necessary safety equipment. Access to extra clothing and trekking poles free of charge. Transportation to the starting point and back to Voss, if needed. ​ Not included in the price:  Transportation to Voss prior to the trip.  ​​ By booking this trip, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed upon our Terms of service and our Risk and liability statement. ​ ​ How to get to the starting point From Voss, follow E16 towards Gudvangen. After about 40 minutes (37 km) , exit left towards Jordalen (signs). From Gudvangen, follow E16 towards Voss for about 8 km. Exit right towards Jordalen (signs).    Immediately after exiting E16, go left. After 100m, turn right. Follow the new, winding tunnel up to Jordalen, and continue past the last farm (Nåsi). Follow the gravel road for 3.5 km, until you reach the mountain farm called Breidalen. Remember to pay road toll (50 NOK in cash) at the bridge. Approximately 1hr drive total, partially on a scenic route.   ​ A note on responsible travel and sustainability Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: ​ We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.   ​ Reservations, questions or inquiries Please call Øystein on +47 93484041 or email us at post@wildvoss.no  ​ ​ Breiskrednosi details Estimated total distance: 15 km. Total ascent: 1100 meters. Estimated total duration: 7-9 hours from car to car, including breaks. Trip grading: Strenous. A few steep sections. Some snow fields. Exposed to inclement weather.  Family friendly: No. Not suitable for children under the age of 12. Meeting point: At the parking area near Breidalen, no later than 9 a.m. Transport service: Yes, but limited. Please ask us about a pick-up and transport service upon booking.  Public transport service available: No. ​ ​ Skarsnosi option Instead of going to Breiskrednosi, we could visit Skarsnosi (1470). This means following the same path for a few kilometres, before we break off to the south. After negotiating a steep section, we follow rocky and snowy high-mountain terrain towards the top of Skarsnosi. From there, we get a marvellous view of the surrounding mountains, including a great view of the dramatic fjord landscape. Although a shorter alternative, this trip has one steep, rocky section that require some caution.  ​ Skarsnosi details Estimated distance: 10 km. Total ascent: 800 meters. Estimated duration: 5-6 hours from car to car, including breaks. Trip grading: Strenous. A few steep sections. Some snow fields. Exposed to inclement weather.  Family friendly: Yes, but limited. Not suitable for children under the age of 10. Meeting point: At the parking area near Breidalen, no later than 10. a.m. Price: Same as above. Transport service: Same as above.  Public transport service available: No ​ ​ Photo credits Espen Haagensen/ www.mintur-foto.no

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Førstehjelp i vinterfjellet

Om turkameraten din blir skadd på tur i vinterfjellet er det ikkje nokon god idé å sette seg til å vente på redningstenesta. Det tek for lang tid. Du må sjølv gjere noko for å hjelpe. Korleis førebur du deg på det? Kva utstyr har du med deg? Har du kunnskapen som trengst for å handtere situasjonen og skaffe hjelp? Dette kurset gir deg praktisk trening og nyttig kunnskap. Kursinnhald Denne helga skal vi trene på pasienthandsaming i vinterfjellet: brotskadar, blødningar, nedkjøling og snøblindheit. Korleis behandle skaden? Kva utstyr krevst? Korleis planlegg me og utfører ei evakuering? Improvisasjon og samarbeid blir viktige element undervegs. Kurset kombinerar teori og praksis, der mykje av kurset finn stad ute i fjellet. Årstida og omgjevnadane byr på utfordrande og realistiske kurstilhøve. Vi bur i den sjølvbetjente avdelinga på komfortable Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge (tidlegare Ungdomsherberget). Der lagar vi mat saman, gjennomgår teori og søv i gode, varme senger.   Krav til deltakarar Kurset er tilpassa deg som er glad i å vere ute på tur i vinterfjellet, og som vil lære meir om kva som skal til for å ta hand om deg sjølv og dine vener om eit uhell skulle skje. Det krevst ingen forkunnskapar om førstehjelp, men du må ha erfaring frå skiturar i vinterfjellet - anten på fjellski eller toppturski.   Plan Vi møtast på Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge kl 18.00 fredag 28.februar. Dit kjem du med privatbil eller tog (Ørneberget stasjon). Kursleiar koordinerar transport ved behov. Etter innlosjering blir det ei økt med diskusjonar kring ulike akutte situasjonar ein kan kome ut for i vinterfjellet. Fokus blir primærundersøking, pasienthandsaming og evakuering. Laurdag startar med ein gjennomgang av generell nedkjøling, eit tema som er relevant uansett årstid. Vi skal ôg ut på tur, og den vil du nok hugse. Deltakarane kjem til å gå inn i ulike rollar, til dømes som pasient, men ôg som problematisk turdeltakar. Situasjonane løysast ved improvisasjon. Vi kombinerer teori og praktiske gjennomføringar. Om kvelden evaluerer vi dagen og finn fram til ein felles metode for å løyse ulike situasjonar. Sundag ligg fokus på praktisk gjennomføring av ulike case, og drilling av metodar for pasienthandsaming. Om tida strekk til, blir det høve til trening på særskilte tema som deltakarane ønsker å lære meir om. Kurset avsluttast innan kl 17 sundag. Deltakarar får kursbevis.   Utstyr Du må ha med eige skiutstyr (fjellski med stålkantar eller lett rando/telemarkutstyr). Hugs feller. Ta med hovudlykt, skibriller (goggles), termos og drikkeflaske. Vind- og vasstett bukse og jakke med god hette. Varme klede til kaldt vêr i høgfjellet. Ta med kart, kompass og vindsekk om du har. Skrivesaker er lurt. Alle må ha skredutstyr (spade, søkestong og sendar/mottakar). Ta med ditt eige førstehjelpsutstyr, inkludert saks, 3m solid tau/snøre, svarte søppelsekkar, liggeunderlag (gamalt som du kan klippe i) og eventuelt plastfolie. Skredutstyr kan lånast utan ekstra kostnad. Hugs klede til innebruk og toalettsaker. Kursleiar Kursleiar er Jakob Årmann. Han er utdanna sjukepleiar og jobbar som sjukepleiar på ambulansen i Sogndal. Han har teke etterutdanning innan fjellmedisin (ScanDIMM), og har halde fleire slike kurs for mellom anna DNT. Dette er tredje gong han held dette kurset for Wild Voss. Overnatting og måltid Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge ligg ved enden av den vinterbrøyta vegen gjennom Raundalen, om lag 7 km aust for Mjølfjell stasjon. Vi bur i den sjølvbetjente delen (leirskulebygget). Der er bur vi i 2- eller 4 sengs rom. Vi har tilgang til eit velutstyrt kjøkken, dusj, WC og tørkerom. Romma har oppreidde senger.   Kursleiar organiserer innkjøp av felles måltid (frukost, lunsj og middag) til heile gruppa. Dette ordnar vi som eit spleiselag. Alle tar med tursnacks til eige bruk og eventuell drikke til middagane.   Pris og vilkår Kurset kostar kr 3450 per person. Prisen dekker arrangøren sitt forarbeid, deltaking på kurs med kvalifisert instruktør i 20 timar (to heile dagar og to kveldar), alt naudsynt kursmateriell og leige av spade, søkestong og elektronisk sendar/mottakar (S/M). Om du i tillegg ynskjer overnatting på Lodgen, kostar det kr 900 per person for to netter. Arrangøren tingar overnatting for deltakarane ved behov. Kostnader til måltid og transport kjem i tillegg. Les om vilkår for påmelding og deltaking på våre arrangement. Påmeldingsfrist: 24.februar. Kurset har 12 plassar.

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I Nansen sine skispor over Vossaskavlen

Dette er ein flott og lang turklassikar på fjellski frå Finse over Vossaskavlen til Mjølfjell. Det var dette fjellområdet Fritjof Nansen kryssa på ski vinteren 1884, truleg som den første. Vi gjenskapar Nansen sin segnomspunne skitur både i ord og handling medan vi følgjer deler av hans rute over fjellet. Med moderne utstyr og lokalkjend førar kan vi ta oss trygt fram der Nansen sjølv hadde nok med å berge seg. Turen ender på Mjølfjell Ungdomsherberge, der vi unner oss god mat, mjuke senger og avslapping framfor peisen.   Turen passar perfekt for deg som er glad i lengre turar på fjellski. Her får du ein utfordrande og kontrastfylt tur med store naturopplevingar undervegs. Ruta er unik både på grunn av den ville naturen og den historiske tilknytninga til ein av våre største polarheltar. Vi kan love at du får auka respekt for – og kunnskap om Fridtjof Nansen etter denne turen.   Historia Vinteren 1884 gjennomførte Fritjof Nansen ein sagnomspunne skitur. Etter å ha delteke i ei tevling på ski i Oslo, nytta han ein kombinasjon av ski og hesteskyss for kome seg heim att til Bergen. Frå dei øvste gardane nær Hol i Buskerud satte han kursen over fjellet på ski i retning Uppsete, trass sterke åtvaringar frå dei fastbuande. Han lukkast ikkje i å få med seg ein lokal kjentmann. Med seg hadde han difor berre klea han gjekk i, ein hund til følgesvenn og litt niste i sekken. Han gjekk raskt tom for vatn.   Dei store snømengdene gjorde at han ikkje fann Grøndalssetra nær Hallingskeid, der han visste at han måtte ta av vestover for å finne leia over Vossaskavlen. Han kom for langt nord mot styggbratte Kleivagjelet, der han ikkje kom ned. Han tok seg tilbake mot Grøndalssetra, men var i tvil om vegen vidare. Tida gjekk, og han vart nøydd til å grave seg ned. Etter ei bitter natt gjekk han neste morgon opp på ei høgd for å orientere seg. Han skjøna da kva retning han måtte ta, og la i vei over Vossaskavlen. Dei lange bakkane ned mot Kaldavatni og Uppsete var harde og isete, og han heldt på å skli utfor nokre skrentar nær Uppsete. Historia seier at folket på den næraste garden trudde det var eit troll med ulv til følge som kom ned frå fjellet den kvelden. Aldri hadde nokon kome over fjellet den vegen vinterstid før.   Turen dag for dag Torsdag: Oppmøte på ærverdige Fleischer’s Hotell på Voss kl 18. Vi et middag i lag og blir kjend. Om kvelden går vi gjennom utstyret og samlast til eit ferdråd. På ferdrådet blir vi einige om planen for turen, og avklarar den einskilde sine forventningar. Turleiar held eit kort foredrag om Nansen, hans band til Fleischer’s Hotell og hans idé om å krysse fjellet åleine på ski.   Fredag: Vi står tidleg opp og et frukost i lag. Toget går frå Voss ca kl 9, og er framme på Finse kring kl 10.15. Vi spenner på oss skia og set kursen nordover i herleg høgfjellsterreng. I Såtedalen kjem vi inn på ruta som Nansen nytta over fjellet. Vi vender nasen mot vest i retning Hallingskeid. Vi passerer vegvisar-fjellet Såta (1558) medan sola synk bakom fjella i vest, og tar fatt på dei slake, lange bakkane nedover mot Rallarvegen. På Hallingskeid innlosjerer vi oss i Bergen og Hordaland Turlag si sjølvbetente hytte. Vi lagar middag med mat frå proviantlageret, og kviler ut med beina høgt. Om kvelden blir det høgtlesing frå Nansen sin beretning, der vi får nokre hint om kva utfordringar vi har i vente neste dag. Samla distanse denne første dagen er om lag 24 km, og estimert tidsbruk inkludert pausar blir 7-9 timar.   Laurdag: Tidleg frukost og klargjering til ein flott turdag i vinterfjellet. Denne etappen byr på nokre bratte oppoverbakkar, ville Vestlandsfjell og friske nedkøyringar. Traséen er krevjande, så det gjelds å treffe på vegvalet. I godt vêr kan vi nyte eit herleg rundskue frå Vossaskavlen (1520). Frå toppen ser vi den vakre Raundalen åpne seg mot vest, ramma inn av kvite fjell. Siste delen av turen er ein sjarmøretappe som går langs Rallarvegen frå Uppsete til Mjølfjell Ungdomsherberge. Der blir det herleg middag, kort avslutningsforedrag og overnatting i mjuke senger. Samla distanse blir om lag 24 km, med estimert tidsbruk om lag som dagen før. Om vêret er for dårleg kan det bli naudsynt å vurdere ei enklare rute denne dagen.   Sundag: Heimreise på eige initiativ. Tog går frå Ørneberget stasjon kl 10.40 (retning Oslo) og kl 11.21 (retning Voss/Bergen).   Krav til deltakarar Dette er ein lang skitur utanfor kvista løyper, som stiller krav til skidugleik og turform. Du må vere vand med skiturar på fjellski utanfor preparerte spor i vinterfjellet, og ha gode klede. Du treng ikkje å vere topptrent, men du må tole å vere på skitur med sekk i ver og vind i åtte timar eller meir.   Naudsynt utstyr Du må ha solid fjellskiutstyr som du er godt kjend med. Skia må ha stålkantar. Gode, varme skistøvlar som du har brukt fleire gonger er særs viktig. Hugs feller til skia, skibriller (goggles), termos og drikkeflaske. Vind- og vasstett bukse og jakke med god hette, ullundertøy, ekstra ulltrøye, ullsokkar, varm lue, vottar, tjukk varmejakke. Alle går med skredutstyr (spade, søkestong og sendar/mottakar). Skredutstyr kan lånast utan ekstra kostnad. Detaljert pakkeliste sendast ut til deltakarar i god tid før turen. Ta gjerne kontakt om du har spørsmål om utstyr og førebuingar til turen.    Om å være med på guida tur Våre guidar førebur turen grundig og har med seg naudsynt tryggleiksutstyr. Guidens kompetanse og erfaringar frå tidlegare turar i området gjer at han/ho unngår farlege terrengformar, skjønar gruppa sine behov og treff tiltak som sikrar effektiv forflytning. I tillegg kan du lære mykje om trygg ferdsel i vinterfjellet av å ta del i turhandverket og nyte godt av kunnskapen som guiden har tileigna seg gjennom mange år på turar i ulike område. Guida turar er og ein fin måte å møte nye turvener.   Pris og vilkår Pris per deltakar er kr 6750. Prisen inkluderar erfaren, lokalkjend fjellførar frå Wild Voss på heile turen, leige av naudsynt skredutstyr, turførebuingar, kost og losji på Hallingskeid samt alt naudsynt sikkerheits- og reparasjonsutstyr. Togreisa frå Voss til Finse fredag er inkludert. Kost og losji på Mjølfjell Ungdomsherberge er og inkludert. Ikkje inkludert i prisen: Overnatting og måltid på Fleischer’s Hotell torsdag til fredag. Tog/reise heim frå Mjølfjell Ungdomsherberge sundag. Minste antal deltakarar: 2. Maksimal gruppestorleik: 12. På grupper med fleire enn 8 deltakarar blir det med to førarar på turen.   Turdatoar i 2020: 13-16.februar, 5-8.mars, 19-22.mars, 26-29.mars og 23-26.april.   Påmelding og kontaktperson Påmelding skjer på våre heimesider. Har du spørsmål om turen så send gjerne ein epost til Øystein på post@wildvoss.no eller ring 93 48 40 41.

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Oksen - where the fjords meet

Standing tall and proud, the mountain called Oksen provides a spectacular view of the whole Hardanger region. From its peak we get an exceptional birds eye perspective of four surrounding fjords, two glaciers, the impressive Hardanger bridge and the lush greens of the Hardanger villages.   Trip outline: From the farm called Tjoflot, we follow a trail that winds its way steeply through the forest. As we approach the tree line, the view becomes increasingly beautiful. After about an hour’s walk, we reach the mountain farm called Vindhovden, a perfect spot for a lunch break. From Vindhovden we continue along a path with some steep sections, towards the top of Oksen at 1241 meters above sea level. As we gain altitude, the horison widens, until we get to enjoy the summit panorama.   Physical requirements: This trip is suitable for healthy, reasonably fit people with some hiking experience.   Necessary equipment: Sturdy hiking shoes or hiking boots, waterproof clothing (shell layer), an extra shirt, an extra sweater, beanie or knit cap, sunglasses, sun lotion and and at least 1 litre of water. Trekking poles are recommended.   Trip details: Estimated distance: 10 km. Estimated duration: 6-7 hours car to car, including breaks. Trip grading: Moderately strenous. Some steep sections. Family friendly: Up to Vindhovden: yes. Rest of trip: Suitable for children aged 12+. How to get there: From Voss, follow Rv 13 towards Granvin. Enter the long Vallaviktunnel. Follow signs towards Ulvik in the roundabout. After exiting the tunnel, exit right onto Fv 302 along the fjord towards Tjoflot. Approximately 1hr drive total, partially on a scenic route. Meeting point: At the parking area near Tjoflot, no later than 9 a.m. Please remember to pay the parking fee of NOK 30,- (cash only). Transport service: Yes, but limited. Please ask about a pick-up and transport service upon booking. An additional cost of NOK 100,- will apply. Price: NOK 590,- per person.

Round trip to Gråsidetoppen: A Voss Panorama

Travellers visiting Voss will sooner or later have their eyes drawn south towards the line of snowy mountains overlooking Vangsvatnet. This beautiful line of  mountains hints at what contrasts the wild nature around Voss has to offer: harsh mountains with eternal snow, framed by forested hills, bubbling streams and old, charming mountain farms.  On this trip we explore these contrasts, enjoing a round trip that also gives us a superb view of Voss and its surroundings. We follow a path rarely used towards Gråsidetoppen, 1307 metres above sea level. On our way down we visit the inviting, self-catered cabin called Roset. If you are looking for a varied, beatiful and demanding trip through the Voss mountains, this is it!   Trip outline: We start from Hindartveit, a small, idyllic farm in the forested hills overlooking Voss. Following a gravel road towards Smågiljane, we gradually weave our way into the lush mountain forest. Pathfinding is difficult in this area, so trusting local expertise is crucial. We gain the terrain feature known as Rapjahalsen and continue up into Ulvaskaret («wolf’s col»). From here, a wild mountain scenery of snow patches, lakes and rock opens up in front of us. It is not uncommon to observe wild animals such as reindeer in this area. We now head east across Gråsidetoppen (1307), taking in the marvellous view of our surroundings. From our elevated position, Voss appears small, nestled between big mountains. Further east we gain the marked path towards the lovely self-catered cabin at Roset. After a rest, we follow the path back down to our cars.   Physical requirements: This trip is suitable for healthy, fit people with some previous mountain hiking experience.   Necessary equipment: Sturdy hiking shoes or hiking boots, waterproof clothing (shell layer), an extra shirt, an extra sweater, beanie or knit cap, gloves/mittens, sunglasses, sun lotion and and at least 1 litre of water. Trekking poles are recommended.   Trip details: Estimated distance: 17 km. Total ascent: 900 meters. Estimated duration: 8-9 hours, including breaks. Trip grading: Strenous. Some steep sections. Some snow fields. Exposed to inclement weather. Family friendly: Not suitable for children. How to get there: From Voss, follow signs towards Gjernes (Gjernesvegen), past Bordalsgjelet (bridge). After another 500 meters, exit left towards Gjelle. A winding road takes you to the farm called Gjelle. Continue for 300 metres, then exit right on a gravel road towards Hindartveit. Around 10-12 minutes drive in total. Remember to pay the parking fee. Meeting point: Near Hindartveit, no later than 8.30 a.m. Transport service: Yes, but limited. Please ask about a pick-up and transport service upon booking. An additional cost of NOK 100,- will apply. Price: NOK 690,- per person.

Skiing like a Norwegian

This guided trip is perfect if you want to try a short, safe and fun ski tour in friendly mountain terrain – without knowing much (or anything) about skiing. During three hours of cross-country skiing, your guide will help you improve your balance and provide basic technique tips. By the end of this trip you will notice how your skills have improved – and perhaphs you’ve come to appreciate the Norwegian skiing traditions a bit more. This trip includes a qualified guide, train tickets, locally crafted food and skiing equipment. All you need to bring is solid, warm winter clothing and a positive mind. We start the day with a 40-minute train ride from Voss to Mjølfjell. As we exit the train, we find ourselves in the middle of impressive mountain nature, with plenty of snow to play in. The steep, exhilirating path down to our starting point sets the standard for this experience: lots of fun and lots of half-intended snow acrobatics. Our base for the day is Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge, close to Ørneberget train station. This is where we pick up our skis and get ready for our ski trip. We will follow the groomed tracks towards Mjølfjell, or Rallarvegen towards Uppsete. We travel through easy, open-forested terrain, across small distances. Impressive, snowy mountains frame the valley on both sides. After our trip, we gather in front of the bonfire in the cosy living room of the mountain lodge. We enjoy a hot meal and taste the locally produced coffee made by Voss Kaffebrenneri! During your time inside the lodge, your guide will share with you some stories about one of our most famous polar exploreres – Fridtjof Nansen. Mjølfjell lies in the Raundalen valley, some 35 kilometers east of Voss. The beautiful Raundalen river winds its way through narrow gorges and forested marshlands. Snowy mountains with steep hillsides frame the valley on both sides. The railway line between Bergen and Oslo runs through this valley, allowing for practical and emission-free access. Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.

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Skredkurs for tindekvindene i Bergen

Vinteren er nær. Klart vi ser fram til herlege skiturar i urørd snø! Men har du kunnskapen som trengst for å ta deg trygt fram i fjellet? Veit du korleis du bergar turkompisen frå eit snøskred? Dette kurset er spesielt tilpassa damer med interesse for toppturar og friske nedkøyringar. Dette skredkurset er ein glimrande måte å kombinere flotte skiturar med nyttig læring.    Kursinnhald Dette kurset tek sikte på å gjøre deg i stand til å ivareta eigen sikkerhet på toppturarar i fjellet. Kursinnhaldet blir tilpassa gruppa sine ønsker og forkunnskapar. Det aller meste av kurset foregår ute i fjellet, med vekt på praktiske øvingar og aktiv deltaking. På kurset får du vore på toppturar i flotte Vossafjell.  ​ Nokre aktuelle kursmoment:  - Korleis nytte RegObs, varsom.no og andre nettbaserte hjelpemiddel? - Turplanlegging og førebuing til topptur. - Modellar for beslutningstaking i skredterreng. Beslutningsfeller. - Terrengklassar, brattleiksvurdering og terrengfeller på kartet og i praksis. - Skredproblem i teori og praksis. Korleis fange opp alarmteikn frå naturen? - Snøkjennskap. Grunnleggande forståing av lagdeling og svake lag i snødekket.  - Evaluering av toppturen. Kva lærde du? - Mønster for skikøyring - skikompis. Kommunikasjon, linjeval og trygge stoppestader.  - Søk etter skredtekne med utgraving og grunnleggande fyrstehjelp. ​ Meir detaljert informasjon om kurset vert sendt til deltakarane nokre dagar før kurset starter.  ​ Krav til deltakarar Som eit minimum må du ha erfaring frå nokre skiturar og/eller skikøyring utanfor preparerte løyper. Du må kunne kle deg for skiturar i høgfjellet. Du må kunne ta deg fram på ski under vekslande vær- og snøtilhøve med sekk på ryggen, både opp og ned.  ​ Naudsynt turutstyr Toppturski (Rando eller Telemark) med feller. Vind- og vanntett bukse og jakke med god hette, ullundertøy, ekstra ulltrøye, varm lue, hanskar/vottar, tjukk varmejakke. Alle går med skredutstyr (spade, søkestong og sendar/mottakar). Hugs skibriller og/eller solbriller, lunsjmat og drikke. Skredutstyr kan lånast av Wild Voss utan ekstra kostnad. Skiutstyr kan leigast i Voss Resort eller i Myrkdalen. ​ Praktisk gjennomføring Kurset startar med ein kveldssamling fredag kveld kl 18.00. Vi møtast i våre lokaler på Tre Brør Kafé på Voss, eller på ein nærare bestemt stad som passar for gruppa. På møtet gjennomgår vi kursplanen, avklarar forventningar og gjennomgår grunnleggjande skredlære. Vi planlegg ôg turen neste dag.  ​ Laurdag og sundag er vi i hovudsak ute på tur. Fjella kring Voss har mange ruter og områder som er godt eigna på kurs. Val av område heng saman gruppas ønsker og kva vêret og forholda tillet. Både laurdag og sundag evaluerer vi turen vi har gjort, med tanke på å lære mest mogeleg. ​ Kurset avsluttast sundag kveld innan kl 17.00. Alle får kursbevis.  ​ Deltakarane organiserer sjølv transport, overnatting og alle måltid undervegs på kurset.   Prisar og vilkår Kurset kostar kr 3000 per person. Dette er ein spesialpris for Tindekvindene i Bergen. Prisen dekker arrangøren sitt forarbeid, deltaking på kurs med kvalifisert instruktør i to heile dagar og to kveldar, alt naudsynt kursmateriell og leige av spade, søkestong og elektronisk sendar/mottakar (S/M). ​ Påmelding skjer via vårt bookingsystem ved å trykke knappen "Kjøp plass på tur nå".  ​ Kostnader til mat, overnatting og transport kjem i tillegg og organiserast av deltakarane sjølve. ​ Les om våre standard vilkår for påmelding og betaling her.  ​   Spørsmål For spørsmål om kursinnhold, utstyr og praktisk gjennomføring, send epost til Øystein i Wild Voss: post@wildvoss.noeller ring på 93484041 .   ​ For spørsmål om transport, overnatting, måltid og sosiale rammer - send epost til Gry Offernes: goff@equinor.com  eller ring 48192211.

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Snowshoeing and stargazing near Voss Resort

Snowshoes allow you to wander easily through deep snow and enjoy the winter landscape. When Voss Resort is open for evening skiing, we make use of the chair lift to enjoy a unique evening walk on snowshoes. Stepping off the chairlift, we find ourselves within reach of some really lovely mountain terrain. Join our guide on a round trip on top of mount Hanguren, away from the lighted, groomed pistes.   ​ Trip outline Snowshoes allow you to wander easily through deep snow and enjoy the winter landscape. When Voss Resort is open for evening skiing, we make use of the chair lift to enjoy a unique evening walk on snowshoes. Stepping off the chairlift, we find ourselves within reach of lovely mountain terrain. Join our guide on a round trip on top of mount Hanguren, away from the lighted, groomed pistes.   This evening trip gives you the chance to feel the what it’s like to be out in the dark winter mountains. On a clear night, the starry skies will spread out wide above our heads, adding mystery and beauty to our surroundings. This is a non-technical and family-friendly experience in the snow. If you are the playful type, you’ll cherish the opportunity to play around in the snow, dig a cave, slide down small cliffs, climb trees or follow grouse tracks. During a typical trip, your guide will make sure you learn basic skills for safe travel in winter, introduce you to both nature and local culture and make sure you feel comfortable. Your head lamp will light up your surroundings, allowing for safe travel even in the dark.   Meet your guide outside the ticket office at Voss Resort in the afternoon. Your guide will help you gear up with proper clothes, a head lamp and snowshoeing equipment. We use the chair lift to reach the starting point of our snowshoeing trip, at the very top of mount Hanguren. The weather can be windy up here, so you’ll soon appreciate the extra layers of clothing.   We locate a suitable place for a rest, build a bonfire and enjoy hot drinks and a bite to eat. We use the heat of the flames to prepare our meal. Here’s an opportunity for you to learn what it takes to make a bonfire of your own. If the weather is bad, we’ll all join forces and build an improvised shelter to keep us dry and out of the wind. You'll find that the time spent around the bonfire provides a good opportunity for contemplation and leaving the civilised world behind for a few moments.   ​We return to the ski resort before closing time and use the chair lift to get back down. An exhilirating experience in itself!    Season and availability These snowshoeing trips are run when Voss Resort is open for evening skiing. Join us on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 4 p.m to 8 p.m from December 20 – March 15.   Physical requirements This is a non-technical and family-friendly experience in the snow. This trip is suitable for healthy people who would like to spend some time out in the snow. This trip takes you through mountain terrain, where the weather could get cold and windy. No prior hiking experience is needed. The return ride on the chair lift could feel stressful if you are afraid of heights.   Practical details ​Meet outside the ticket office at Voss Resort Bavallen at 3.30 p.m. Having a private car is preferable. Parking at Voss Resort is free. You could call a taxi +47 56 51 13 40.  We are happy to help you organise transportation.  ​ We are back at the car park no later than 8.30 p.m. ​​ You are free to use your own clothes, as long as it is considered adequate by your guide prior to departure. ​​ Clothing and equipment Please wear warm clothes on this trip, such as: Woolen thermals (long underwear). Warm woolen socks. Wind- and waterproof clothing (shell layer). Warm, waterproof winter boots.  Beanie or knit cap. Gloves or mittens. ​ ​​​Prices and terms The price for adults is NOK 1350 per person. The price for children aged 8-14 is NOK 890 per person. Minimum age is 8 years old. Special prices for families.    Group sizes: 1-10 participants.  ​ Included in the price: An experienced guide during your trip. A light meal of locally crafted food, including hot drinks – prepared on a bonfire. Snowshoes, ski poles, headlamp and snow goggles. Unlimited access to warm clothing such as mittens, beanies, woolen sweaters, woolen socks. All necessary safety equipment. Lift tickets.   Not included in the price:  Transport services are not included, but can be arranged on request. Additional costs will apply.  ​ By booking this trip, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed upon our Terms of service and Risk and liability statement. ​ Note on responsible travel and sustainability Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.   For reservations, questions or inquiries Please call Øystein on +47 93484041 or email us at post@wildvoss.no  . 

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Snowshoeing in Raundalen

Would you like to walk through a forest blanketed by deep snow? Or perhaps enjoy the stillness of free nature during its long winter sleep? Our guided snowshoeing trip to Raundalen is a good way for you to get a real winter experience without the need of skis. This is a non-technical and family-friendly experience in the snow, surrounded by impressive, wild nature.   Trip description Raundalen is a secluded valley featuring wild and unspoilt mountain nature. The beautiful Raundalen River winds its way through narrow gorges and forested marshlands. Snowy mountains with steep hillsides frame the valley on both sides. Deer, elks and other wild animals can be spotted, if we are lucky. The railway line between Bergen and Oslo runs through this valley, allowing for practical and emission-free access. During a typical day out, your guide will make sure you learn basic skills for safe travel in winter, introduce you to both nature and local culture and make sure you feel comfortable at all times.   At our lunch spot for the day, we build a bonfire together and enjoy something hot to drink and a bite to eat. Here’s an opportunity for you to learn what it takes to make a bonfire of your own.  We use the heat of the flames to prepare our meal. If the weather is bad, we’ll join forces and build an improvised shelter to keep us dry and out of the wind. You'll find that the time spent near the bonfire provides a good opportunity for contemplation and leaving the civilised world behind for a few moments.    Season and availability Trips are run daily on request from 13 December 2019 to 14 April 2020.   ​Practical details ​Please meet outside the café called Tre Brør near the town square of Voss at 10.00 a.m. We meet and greet and go through our equipment and clothing. Afterwards we drive to our starting point near the settlement called Skiple in Raundalen valley.  We return to Voss sometime between 3 p.m and 4.30 p.m, depending on the group's preferences.   On this trip it is also possible to use trains to get to and from our starting point. We will discuss various means of transportation with the participants prior to departure.     ​ You are free to use your own clothes, as long as they are considered adequate by your guide. ​ Physical requirements This is a non-technical and family-friendly excursion. This trip is suitable for healthy people who would like to spend some time in peaceful, unspoilt nature. This trip takes you through woodland terrain, which means we are normally sheltered from strong winds and inclement weather. No prior hiking or skiing experience is required.   Clothing and equipment Please wear warm clothes on this trip, such as: Woolen thermals (long underwear). Warm woolen socks. Wind- and waterproof clothing (shell layer). Warm and waterproof winter boots.  Beanie or knit cap. Gloves or mittens.   A small rucksack, sunglasses, a water bottle and a snack or a sandwich is also useful. ​ ​​ ​Prices and terms The price for adults is NOK 1490 per person. The price for children aged 8-14 is NOK 990 per person. Minimum age is 8 years old. Special prices for families. Group sizes: 1-10 participants.  ​ Included in the price: An experienced guide during your trip. A light meal of locally crafted food, including hot drinks – prepared on a bonfire. Snowshoes and ski poles. Unlimited access to warm clothing such as mittens, beanies, woolen sweaters, woolen socks. All necessary safety equipment. Transportation to and from the starting point in Raundalen.  Not included in the price:  ​ By booking this trip, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed with our Terms of service and Risk and liability statement. ​ ​​ ​Note on responsible travel and sustainability Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.   For reservations, questions or inquiries Please call Øystein on +47 93484041 or email us at post@wildvoss.no  .   

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Snowshoeing on Hanguren

Snowshoes allow you to wander easily through deep snow and enjoy the winter landscape. Join our guide on a round trip on top of mount Hanguren, just outside the groomed pistes of Voss Resort. Stepping off the chairlift, we find ourselves within reach of some really lovely mountain terrain with an excellent view of the area.   Trip description This trip is a good way for you to get a real winter experience without using skis. This is a non-technical and family-friendly experience in the snow. If you are the playful type, you’ll cherish the opportunity to play around in the snow, dig a cave, slide down small cliffs, climb trees or follow grouse tracks. During a typical day out, your guide will make sure you learn basic skills for safe travel in winter, introduce you to both nature and local culture and make sure you feel comfortable at all times.  ​Meet your guide outside the ticket office at Voss Resort in the morning. Your guide will help you gear up with proper clothes and snowshoeing equipment. We use the chair lift to reach the starting point of our snowshoeing trip, at the very top of mount Hanguren. The weather can be windy up here, so you’ll soon appreciate the extra layers of clothing.   At our lunch spot for the day, we build a bonfire and enjoy hot drinks and a bite to eat. We use the heat of the flames to prepare our meal. Here’s an opportunity for you to learn what it takes to make a bonfire of your own. If the weather is bad, we’ll all join forces and build an improvised shelter to keep us dry and out of the wind. You'll find that the time spent around the bonfire provides a good opportunity for contemplation and leaving the civilised world behind for a few moments. We return to the ski resort and use the chair lift to get back down. An exhilirating experience in itself! Return your equipment and use a free bus service to get back to Voss station. ​   Season and availability Trips are run daily as long as the lifts in Voss Resort are open. The 2020 season starts on 13 December 2019 and ends on 20 April 2020.    ​Practical details ​Please meet outside the ticket office at Voss Resort Bavallen 10.15 a.m. A free bus shuttle to Voss Resort departs Voss railway station every morning at 9.10 a.m or at 10 a.m. The Voss Resort shuttle bus corresponds with trains arriving from Bergen. We return to Voss train station by the free bus shuttle at 2 p.m, 3 p.m or 4 p.m. You are free to use your own clothes, as long as it is considered adequate by your guide prior to departure. ​ Physical requirements This is a non-technical and family-friendly experience in the snow. This trip is suitable for healthy people who would like to spend some time out in the snow. This trip takes you through mountain terrain, where the weather could get cold and windy. No prior hiking experience is needed. The return ride on the chair lift could feel stressful if you are afraid of heights.   Clothing and equipment Please wear warm clothes on this trip, such as: Woolen thermals (long underwear). Warm woolen socks. Wind- and waterproof clothing (shell layer). Warm, waterproof winter boots. Beanie or knit cap. Gloves or mittens Please also bring a small rucksack (20 litres), sunglasses (in spring), a water bottle and some snacks. A small rucksack, sunglasses, a water bottle and a snack is also useful. ​ ​​ ​Prices and terms The price for adults is NOK 1490 per person. The price for children aged 8-14 is NOK 990 per person. Minimum age is 8 years old. Group sizes: 1-10 participants. Groups of more than five earn a 20% group discount. ​ Included in the price: An experienced guide during your trip. A light meal of locally crafted food, including hot drinks – prepared on a bonfire. Snowshoes, ski poles, goggles. Unlimited access to warm clothing such as mittens, beanies, woolen sweaters, woolen socks, thermals. All necessary safety equipment. Lift tickets. Not included in the price:  External transport services are not included, but can be arranged upon request. Additional costs will apply. ​​ ​ By booking this trip, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed with our Terms of service and Risk and liability statement. ​ ​​ ​Note on responsible travel and sustainability Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste, and choose products and packaging with long life spans.   For reservations, questions or inquiries Please call Øystein on +47 93484041 or email us at post@wildvoss.no  .   

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Snowshoeing to the igloo of Myrkdalen.

Myrkdalen is famous having a lot of snow during winter. Join us on a short, guided snowshoeing trip to our igloo, situated right on top of Myrkdalen Ski Resort. Our solid «snow dome» has plenty of space inside for families or small groups who would like an extraordinary winter experience – without skis. Inside we are comfortably sheltered even if the outside weather is cold and windy. Equipped with candles, food and hot drinks we promise you a lunch break you won’t forget.   Trip description Meet your guide in the reception of Myrkdalen Hotel. After introductions, your guide will make sure you are properly dressed for the trip. Warm winter boots and additional clothing is available without added costs. You will get equipped with snowshoes, poles and goggles before departure. We use the chair lift to get to our starting point, right in the middle of splendid mountain terrain. On a clear day we enjoy the great views of the neighboring mountains. A hike of approximately 45 minutes takes us to the igloo, which is our lunch spot. Inside the igloo, your guide will prepare hot drinks and a light meal of locally crafted food. If the weather permits, we enjoy the scenery outside. During the excursion, your guide will talk about local cultural history and teach you a few things about going on trips in the winter mountains. After lunch we play around in the snow for a while before heading back to the chair lift. The descent on the lift is quite refreshing!   Season and availability Trips are run daily on request from 3 January to 19 April.   Practical details Your guide will meet you in the reception of Myrkdalen Hotel at 11.30. ​You are free to use your own clothes on this excursion, if they are considered adequate by your guide. The trip takes 3-4 hours, which means you will be back at the hotel by 3.30 p.m. Please note that the ski lifts might close when the weather is bad. If so, you will be offered an alternative trip in more sheltered terrain. Trips are run by guides from Wild Voss or Myrkdalen Ski School.   Physical requirements This is a non-technical and family-friendly excursion, suitable for healthy people who would like to spend some time out in the snow. This trip takes you through mountain terrain, which means we are exposed to cold winds and inclement weather. No prior hiking or skiing experience is required.   Getting to Myrkdalen Ski Resort without a car From Voss, you could use the free ski shuttle which departs Voss Station at 10 a.m. This bus corresponds with the train from Bergen arriving Voss at 9.53. The return ski shuttle departs Myrkdalen at 3.40 p.m. From Flåm, there is a shuttle bus departing at 8.15 a.m. It arrives in Myrkdalen at 9.15 a.m. This bus also stops in Gudvangen (8.40 a.m). A return ticket costs NOK 295. The return bus departs Myrkdalen at 6 p.m.   Clothing and equipment Please wear warm clothes on this trip, such as: Woolen thermals (long underwear). Warm woolen socks. Wind- and waterproof clothing (shell layer). Warm and waterproof winter boots. Beanie or knit cap. Gloves or mittens. Prices and terms The price for adults is NOK 1890 per person. The price for children aged 8-14 is NOK 1290 per person. The minimum age is 8 years old. Special prices for families and groups. Group sizes: 1-10 participants. Book online at wildvoss.no or myrkdalen.no ​ Included in the price: An experienced guide leading you during your entire trip. Access to a well maintained and fully equipped igloo. A light meal of locally crafted food, including hot drinks – prepared in the igloo. Snowshoes, goggles and ski poles. Unlimited access to warm clothing such as mittens, hats, woollen sweaters, woollen socks and thermals. Warm winter boots. All necessary safety equipment. Lift ticket. Not included in the price: Bus shuttle to/from Flåm By booking this trip, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed with our Terms of service and Risk and liability statement.   ​Note on responsible travel and sustainability Wild Voss make a continuous effort in reducing the ecological impact of our trips and activities. We aim to follow the latest GSTC criteria for sustainable travel. As a participant on one of our trips, you should know the following: We follow the Leave No Trace principles. We make use of zero-emission infrastructure whenever possible.  Our trips are on foot, skis or snowshoes, causing no emissions and limiting the impact on nature and eco systems. Our guide will share knowledge about local culture, sites we visit and local customs. We support responsible local businesses. Your guide will advocate low-impact travel and raise the participants’ awareness of local wildlife. We abide by laws and regulations concerning travel in free nature and cultural landscape. We seek to minimize waste and choose products and packaging with long life spans. For reservations, questions or inquiries Book this trip online at wildvoss.no or myrkdalen.no Please call Øystein on +47 93484041 or email us at post@wildvoss.no  .   

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Toppturkurs på Mjølfjell

Denne helga inviterar Wild Voss AS til toppturkurs med fokus på turplanlegging og trygge vegval på toppturar i vinterfjellet. Fra vår base på Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge er vegen kort til utfordrande høgfjellsterreng. Det tyder at vi kan få effektive dagar med mykje læring, sjølv midtvinters.   Kursinnhald Dette kurset tek sikte på å gjøre deg i stand til å ivareta eigen sikkerhet på toppturar i fjellet. Kursinnhaldet blir tilpassa gruppa sine ønsker og forkunnskapar. Det aller meste av kurset foregår ute i fjellet, med vekt på praktiske øvingar og aktiv deltaking. På kurset får du vore på toppturar i flotte Vossafjell.  ​Nokre aktuelle kursmoment:  Korleis bruke RegObs, varsom.no og andre hjelpemiddel til turplanlegging? Beslutningstaking i skredterreng. Korleis unngå beslutningsfeller? Terrengklassar, bratthetsvurdering og terrengfellar på kartet og i terrenget. Skredproblem i teori og praksis. Korleis fange opp alarmteikn frå naturen? Snøkjennskap. Grunnleggande forståing av lagdeling og svake lag i snødekket.  Mønster for skikøyring - skikompis. Kommunikasjon, linjeval og trygge stoppestader.  Søk etter skredtekne med utgraving og grunnleggande fyrstehjelp. Evaluering av toppturen. Kva lærde du? ​ Krav til deltakarar Du har vore på nokre skiturar i fjellet og er vand med skikøyring utanfor preparerte løyper. Du må kunne kle deg for skiturar i høgfjellet. Du må kunne ta deg fram på ski under vekslande vær- og snøtilhøve med sekk på ryggen, både opp og ned.    Naudsynt turutstyr Toppturski (Rando eller Telemark) med feller. Vind- og vanntett bukse og jakke med god hette, ullundertøy, ekstra ulltrøye, varm lue, hanskar/vottar, tjukk varmejakke. Alle går med skredutstyr (spade, søkestong og sendar/mottakar). Hugs skibriller og/eller solbriller, lunsjmat og drikke. Skredutstyr kan lånast av Wild Voss utan ekstra kostnad. ​ Praktisk gjennomføring Oppmøte blir på Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge (tidlegare Ungdomsherberget) fredag kl 18.00. Kurset startar med ei kveldssamling. Der gjennomgår vi kursplanen, avklarar forventningar og gjennomgår grunnleggande skredlære. Vi planlegg ôg turen neste dag.  Laurdag og sundag er vi i hovudsak ute på tur. Fjella øvst i Raundalen er snøsikre og godt eigna for kurs. Val av område og ruter heng saman gruppas ønsker og kva vêret og forholda tillet. Eit viktig poeng er at alle får ta aktiv del i beslutningar og øvingar undervegs. Vær budd på mykje tid ute i fjellet. Både laurdag og sundag evaluerer vi turen vi har gjort, for å lære mest mogeleg. Om kvelden samlast vi i den trivelege peisestova og slappar av. ​ Kurset avsluttast sundag innan kl 17.00. Alle får kursbevis.    ​Overnatting og måltid Mjølfjell Mountain Lodge ligg ved enden av den vinterbrøyta vegen gjennom Raundalen, om lag 7 km aust for Mjølfjell stasjon. Vi bur i den sjølvbetjente delen (leirskulebygget). Der er bur vi i 2- eller 4 sengs rom. Vi har tilgang til eit velutstyrt kjøkken, dusj, WC og tørkerom. Romma har oppreidde senger. Kursleiar organiserer innkjøp av felles måltid (frukost, lunsj og middag) til heile gruppa. Dette ordnar vi som eit spleiselag. Alle tar med tursnacks til eige bruk og eventuell drikke til middagane.   Prisar og vilkår Kurset kostar kr 3500 per person. Prisen dekker arrangøren sitt forarbeid, deltaking på kurs med kvalifisert instruktør i to heile dagar og to kveldar, alt naudsynt kursmateriell og leige av spade, søkestong og elektronisk sendar/mottakar (S/M). Om du ynskjer overnatting på Lodgen, kostar det kr 900 per person for to netter. Kursleiar tingar overnatting for deltakarane ved behov. ​Kostnader til mat og transport kjem i tillegg. ​ ​Påmelding skjer via vårt bookingsystem ved å trykke knappen "Kjøp plass på tur nå".  Les om våre standard vilkår for påmelding og betaling her.    Kursleiar Kursleiar er Øystein Ormåsen, som er daglig leder i Wild Voss AS. Han har lang erfaring som turleder, fjellførar og kursinstruktør. Han er sertifisert NF Skredinstruktør 1 Alpint, er kursleiar i DNT og NF-sertifisert Klatreinstruktør 1 Høgfjell og Breinstruktør 1. Har du spørsmål om kursinnhald, utstyr eller praktisk gjennomføring, send epost til Øystein: post@wildvoss.no eller ring på 93484041.  

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