Mountain and glacier walk with fjord view
Season: June 20-Sept. 30
Nunatak is an Inuit word that means «Mountain that peak out from a glacier». The peak of Myrhaugsnipa measures 1443 meters above sea level, and has a spectacular view over Fjærlandsfjord, Supphellebreen glacier fall and Flatbreen glacier. This combination of the best Norway has to offer, tied together in one experiance, makes this tour unique. Myrhaugsnipa is a mountain that few get to experience - but with local knowledge from houndreds of years of exploration, the path over these great ice masses, will go from being a dangerous barrier to being the most giving and mindful experience. You get to travel backwards in time to the ice ages, and have a memory for life, of a landscape that might be lost in our future.