Falketind and Uranostind

This summer we offer guided tours to two of Jotunheimen's most spectacular peaks, Falketind and Uranostind. Both trips go over glaciers and require that you are motivated for a long trip and in normal good shape. The reward is a fantastic hiking experience and an adventurous view from the top.

The tour starts and ends at Tyinholmen høyfjellsstuer, which is the natural starting point for climbing these legendary 2000-metre peaks. Below you will find a description of both trips and more information.

When is the tour?

In collaboration with Jotunheimen Arrangement, we have daily guided tours from 27 July to 11 August. See calendar below.

Both tours last between 8 and 10 hours. Our guests have enough time for a good breakfast before the end of March. Once back, a three-course dinner awaits and perhaps a fresh dip in Tyin followed by a sauna

How do I order?

If you want to book a trip with a driver or have questions about the trip and accommodation, send a request to post@tyinholmen.no or call us on 61 36 78 88.

We offer particularly favorable prices for those staying in our cabins or rooms Tyinholmen. This is in the middle of the high season, so don't hesitate to book your trip and accommodation.

How much does it cost ?

Below you will find our prices for summer 2024. The prices include guiding and hiring the necessary equipment. In order for the trip to Uranostind to take place, it requires that at least three people are registered. Falketind has a part with splitting and the use of safety equipment, so on that trip there are a maximum of two participants.

Uranus peak:
NOK NOK 1600 per person
Overnight guests: NOK NOK 1400 per person

Falcon mind
NOK NOK 6600 for one person/3500 per person when two participate
Overnight guests: NOK NOK 6000 for one person/3300 per person when two participate.

Calendar:

Overview of guided tours summer 2024. Demand determines whether the tour goes to Falketind, Uranostind or possibly other mountain peaks in the area where this is not indicated.

27.juli Uranostind Empty
28.juli Uranostind Empty
30.juli Falcon mind Full
31.juli
August 1 Uranostind Get free
August 2
August 3 Uranostind Get free
August 4
August 5
August 6 Uranostind Get free
August 7 Uranostind Get free
August 8
August 9
August 10 Uranostind Empty
August 11 Uranostind Empty

Uranostind

We start the trip with a good breakfast on Tyinholmen before cycling or taking the car into the construction road in Koldedalen. There you walk in easy terrain on the marked path up to the oasis of Uradalsvannet. The river must be stoned. The route is considered to be moderately difficult where you follow the road up towards the glacier on the east side of Tjern 1518, and into the glacier on the right side. The route goes up into the gorge between Uranostinden and Slingsbytinden. From there clockwise all the way to the top of the main peak.
At the top you can enjoy a spectacular view of large parts of Jotunheimen. It is very windy in the last few meters to the cairn - many therefore choose to forgo the last bit.

Put on sold solid mountain boots, good attire - you can experience all seasons on the trip! Remember to bring plenty of food and drink.

The trip focus on safety and a sympathetic pace and calculates about 9-10 hours up and down.

The experienced mountain guides bring along crampons, rope and necessary equipment.

Get inspired: Look film clips from the ascent of Uranostind.

For guidance, contact e-mail post@tyinholmen.no or telephone + 47 95 21 42 83

Pioneer route to Falketind

Falketind 2067 m.a.s.l

We start the trip with a good breakfast on Tyinholmen before cycling or taking the car into the construction road in Koldedalen.

The organized guide tours from Tyinholmen today follow the same route that the first climbers used in 1820. Today, it is the recommended route for those who want to climb Falketind because there is a great danger of falling rocks on the "Normal route". The tour goes straight up from Koldedalshytta at the end of the road in Koldedalen and onto Snøggeken (Falkebreen).

On the glacier, rods and ropes are used. Towards the wall you hit for the lowest point on the mountain ridge between Falketind and Østre Stølsnostind, where the snow reaches the highest on the glacier.

The ascent is relatively quick, with a combination of splitting/climbing at grade 2/3 - a safety rope must be used. The route almost gives itself after the first steep ascent with several nice shelves and alternative paths along a natural line up the side. At the top of the wall there is usually a scree that must be crossed, normally without major challenges. Once up, it's fine to follow the last climb up the north ridge to the top of Falketind.

Put on sold solid mountain boots, good attire - you can experience all seasons on the trip! Remember to bring plenty of food and drink.

The trip emphasizes safety and a pleasant pace and calculates around 8 -10 hours up and down.

The experienced mountain guides bring along crampons, rope and necessary equipment.

Get inspired: Look  film clips from the ascent of Falketind

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