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  1. JeroenBouman

    Packraft-venner

    In Europe you can also buy from http://www.packrafting-store.de. Not cheaper but no problems with customs and the import duties. They have a very good service, I bought a Yak from them.
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    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    Leuk om te horen, maar het zijn en blijven veredelde vakantiekiekjes
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    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    You will not regret it! Some photos here: http://bit.ly/ofdg8G (not in English yet)
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    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    Got home from my trip to Lyngen Alps a week ago. Had a really, really good trekking even though I could not cross Strupbreen because it had a lot of snow. Fishing only in Jaegervatnet, nowhere else. Not even in Trolvatnet. @Fjellbokken: there's a very good place to pitch a tent at Strupvatnet, see attachment. There are 2 sandy spots there, and I mean sandy like a beach in Spain, absolutely perfect.
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    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    @Fjellbokken: I'll let you know when I get back. @elipeli: OK, that's bad news about the snow on Strupbreen... Well, I'll just have to see how things go. Thanks for the information!
  6. JeroenBouman

    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    @ Fjellbokken: just after the glacier at Strupvatnet there should be a reasonable camping place, but yes, the next place is at Jægervatnet because of the scree. About the fish: big heads make for good fish soup!
  7. JeroenBouman

    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    That's good to know! But no fish in the other lakes?
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    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    I have Garmin Basecamp with detailed topographic maps, but http://kart.finn.no/ is very useful for the satellite photos (100x better than Google Maps), thanks!!
  9. JeroenBouman

    Lyngen Alps, a few questions

    I'm planning a nice trip in the Lyngen Alps in the first 2 weeks of August, and I have a few question that I hope some of you can answer. Complete route (roughly): Question 1; on the map below, part A seems like a very steep slope. My book says 'stay around 450m. height' but also that it is covered with grass and if it's wet, forget it. Is it doable? I'm NOT as tough as you Vikings Question 2; I have to cross the mouth of the Strupbreen-glacier (see part B on the map). I just want to know if Strupbreen is indeed aper (snow-free) and if it has many (deep) crevasses because I am going SOLO, and have no experience on glaciers. I will bring an ice pick and crampons. Should I bring ice screws, descender, rope etc. (I have a basic experience with this equipment)? Or am I stupid to try alone? Question 3; Are there any lakes or rivers on this route that are good for fishing? All tips and comments are very welcome!
  10. JeroenBouman

    Svartisen: Vesterdalen

    Thanks for that superfast answer Vandrefalk! But cold water, serious?? I'll have to bring my water cooker On topic again: I'll think about this fjell tur and get as must info as I can.
  11. JeroenBouman

    Svartisen: Vesterdalen

    @Vandrefalk: you say 'traverse the (easy) glacier to the east of Storglomvatn'. But I guess you still need crampons and pickle, right? Is it river A or river B (the Glormåga) on this google-map http://bit.ly/aOkb92 that can't be crossed?
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