Due to global warming, there has been fewer opportunities for ice climbing in central Europe. This fact has in recent years led groups of international climbers far north in search of ice. The cold regions north of Norway, far north of the polar circle. They have visited us and found quality waterfalls and coastal ice climbing in the Troms region, on the islands of Senja and Kvaløya, in Lofoten and in the mighty Lyngsalpene.
In 2010, we invited climbers from all over the world to the first ICE Festival.
This year we are happy to invite you back to inner parts of Troms and to the island of Senja.
Share this coastal ice climbing paradise with climbers from all over the world. The proximity to the sea, the periodic cold wind comes from the Barents Sea, latitude – all combined into a world-class ice climbing area with good infrastructure. The largest waterfall is almost 600 meters, class 5. There are countless waterfalls 100-300 meters and endless icecragging opportunities. The rest is coastal land with many frosenbratte mountains with layers of ice crashing down to the waters edge.