An alpine summit with breathtaking views
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An alpine summit with breathtaking views

If you want to summit the second hardest summit in Norway, we are happy to guide you there. The climb involves steep hiking from fjord, but you are rewarded with some of the most spectacular views Lofoten has to offer. Stjerntind is a wild summit in Lofotens wild west. The idyllic fishing village Nusfjord laying at the foot of the mountain just adds up the clichés we have to say about this one.

We start by the sea and hike up steep, grassy hills. When we reach the Rusta-Col you can for the first time spot the jagged crown of Stjerntind. The name is quite describing when you see the summit, meaning Star summit. After scrambling and traversing some exposed ledges, we put on the rope. First we climb 6 tricky pitches of climbing in a wild setting. From the false summit we walk to the base of the pointy main summit. Here we do a final pitch up to the narrow summit ridge. A short, but exposed scramble takes us to the summit point. There is barely room for more than 3 persons at the summit, and the view is one of the best you ever had.


The guide will contact you some days before to discuss the plan for the climb. You will meet the guide early in the morning at a given location you have agreed on. Usally the parking at the trailhead. The approach are an aproximately 2,5 hour hike up to the start of the climb.The climb are 6 short pitches up to grade 5.9. which are all climbed in mountaineering boots.The descent from the top done by rapelling down the route and hike down to the car.

Skill Level & Difficulty:
If you have any questions about our skill levels, terrains or commitments, please feel to reach out. We can tailor our tours to suit almost any experience or skill level.

What's included:

- All technical climbing equipment including helmet, harness and climbing shoes

- Guide fee

- Travel cost for the guide

What's not included:

- Personal clothing and boots

- Food and drinks

- Travel insurance

- Transport


  • Private guiding with an IFMGA Guide or IFMGA aspirant
  • Experience level: Beginner to advanced
  • Fitness level: Good to very good
  • Duration: 7-9 hours


1 pers:  7000 NOK pr person

2 pers:  9400 NOK pr person

Maximum 2 guest pr guide.

Please contact us for booking here.

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Questions for our local team?
We'll be happy to help you!

Email or +47 76 08 83 10

Seth Hobby

IFMGA Guide & Owner

Sjur Hauge

IFMGA & Lead Guide

Stian Bruvoll


Have questions?

Below we have listed some general FAQs about our experiences. If you have any question or queries, please feel free to get in touch here.

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