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What is Fjellgruppa
ACTIVITIES SPRING 2020
Here is our activities for the spring semester 2020.
The events is posted a week before it is scheduled and payment will be done at
our mandatory trip meetings.Day events are free and open for non-members of Fjellgruppa.
Weekend trips is open only for members of Fjellgruppa.
25 – 26 January ∞ TBA
31 – 02 Jan/Feb. ∞ Winter outdoor course, Tromsø
07 – 09 February ∞ Winter outdoor course, Tromsø
14 – 16 February ∞ “Grønnluetur”
21 – 23 February ∞ Cabin & Tent trip, Dividalen
28 – 01 Feb/March ∞ Cabin trip, Skarvassbu
06 – 08 March ∞ Tent trip, Stormheimen
13 – 15 March ∞ Snow cave trip, Kvaløya
20 – 22 March ∞ Cabin trip, Ringvassøya
03 – 05 April ∞ TBA
06 – 12 April ∞ “Expedition Fjellgruppa”, Sweden & Finland
17 – 18 April ∞ Ice fishing, Dividalen
24 – 26 April ∞ Hut to hut, Tromsø mainland
01 – 03 May ∞ TBA
08 – 10 May ∞ War memorial trip, TBA
14. January ∞ TBA
21. January ∞ Bonfire night, Kvaløya
22. January ∞ Annual Fjellgruppa Metting at KRAFT
28. January ∞ Indoor climbing
04. February ∞ TBA
11. February ∞ Ski night, Charlottenlund
18. February ∞ Game night, “Gi et lite blink”
25. February ∞ Bonfire night
03. March ∞ Iceskating night
10. March ∞ Indoor climbing
17. March ∞ Ski trip, Rødtinden 470 masl.
24. March ∞ TBA
31. March ∞ TBA
14. April ∞ Bonfire night
21. April ∞ Ski trip, Ullstinden 1078 masl.
28. April ∞ TBA
05. May ∞ Pond skimming
12. May ∞ TBA
17. May ∞ Norwegian constitution day at top of Tromsdalstinden 1238 masl. Skitrip
Payment/tickets for our trips will be paid for at each trips
mandatory trip meetings. We do not charge for day activities.
Please! Do not respond to persons who say they sell tickets online.
This is just a case of scam.
We use national standard for grading our trips.
Please read the information about the standard before joing a trips.
Check our facebook for up to date program.
Read more about the skill levels we set on our trips in the pdf link bellow.
Here is both summer and winter packing list.
Fjellgruppa do not rent out any gear that is worn/used by one person (private gear)
- wool, part wool or synthetic underwear
- wool socks/stockings
- wind jacket/anorak or all-weather jacket
- mountain trousers
- shirt or light sweater of wool or fleece
Other useful gear
- GPS (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- candle (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- sitting pad
For tent/hut camping you also need
- sleeping bag
- sleeping pad
- cook set and fuel (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- food (fjellgruppa provide dinner on our trips)
- plate and cutlery
- tent (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- Thermos or water bottle
In pack or pockets
- rain jacket (if your jacket isn't all-weather)
- rain trousers (if your trousers isn't all-weather)
- sweater/jacket, wool or fleece
- wool, part wool or synthetic long underwear
- sleeping bag/sleeping liner
- first aid kit
- indoor footwear
- extra underwear (trousers, shirt, socks)
- extra indoor trousers (optional)
- toilet paper
- suntan cream
- insect repellent
- map and compass v
- map case (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- lunch packet
- thermos or water bottle
- emergency rations
- DNT membership card
In the forests you can get along with less gear and it does not have to have the quality needed for mountain hiking. The same applies to sheltered areas along the coast. Spring, summer and autumn can have winter weather in the mountains, so extra warm clothing is essential.
Pack light and don't take too much!
WINTER PACKING LIST
Right clothing and equipment are essential for successful skiing in the Norwegian mountains.
It does not have to be the latest fashion, but it should protect you against weather and wind. The innermost layer should keep the skin dry and provide insulation. Choose wool garments that fits snugly. The intermediate layer provides insulation and transport moisture away from the body. They may be made of wool or fleece. The outer garments must provide wind and moisture protection.
The following list is a suggestion of what you should bring on an organized ski tour from cabin to cabin. Pack light and don’t take too much!
In winter the prefered mode (only way) of transport is what we in Norway call "fjellski", basicly wide cross-country skiis with steel edges. Some prefer a backpack, some pack their gear in a sled.
- Long underwear (wool)
- Thick sweater (wool/fleece)
- Wool socks
- Long windproof mountain hooded jacket or anorak
- Mountain ski trousers or wind proof trousers
- Woollen gloves and windproof mittens
- Skis (minimum 50 mm wide, with steel edges)
- Strong mountain ski poles with substantial baskets
- Sturdy ski boots (leather) size up
- Ski wax, scraper
Protection against weather
- Sun glasses and goggles
- Extra pair of socks
- Extra pair of gloves/mittens
- Extra woollen underwear
- Raingear (if you do not have waterproof mountain clothing)
- Thick sweater, fleece jacket or down jacket
- Skins for skis
- Personal first aid kit
- Light repair kit
- Emergency ration food (chocolate, raisins, nuts, etc.)
- Emergency bivouac for mountaineers (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- Shovel (can be rented from fjellgruppa)
- Thermos and lunch packet
- Headlight/flashlight with extra batteries
- Matches/lighter (provided by fjellgruppa on our trips)
- Sleeping mat
- Sleeping bag
- (Probe) (can be rented from fjellgruppa)
In the cabins
- Light indoor shoes/clothes
- Toilet articles, small towel
- DNT-membership card
PS! Wool or polypropylene is used for summer & winter. Cotton clothes is absolutly prohibited. Cotton does not have any thermal properties when wet. It can lead to hypothermia and frostbite easily. You could get by with cotton during the summer, but it is not a good type of material.
Ski boots should alway be 1 to 1,5 size bigger during winter. More room for thick socks and for the toes to move around. To tight boots leads easily to frostbite. Rule is loose fitting clothes traps air and warm air isolates.
Some gear can be rented for free from Tromsø Kommune TURBO
or from Tromsø Outdoor