International randonné weekend International randonné weekend at Hemsedalsfjellet

Fellestur

Fra dato
21. februar 2020 kl. 17:30
Til dato
23. februar 2020 kl. 22:00
Vanskelighetsgrad
Krevende  
Passer spesielt for
Voksne, Ungdom, Fjellsportinteresserte
Turtyper
Fellestur, Skitur, Skiing, Randonne, Randonee, English, Cabin, Topptur, Winter, Splitboard
Arrangører
DNT fjellsport Oslo, DNT Oslo og Omegn
Turområde
Skarvheimen (se kart)
Turkode
12539

The main focus on this trip is to include people from different nations that loves randonné-skiing for a mid-winter experience in the mountain.

We will use skins on our skis to get up, and the laws af Einstein to get down. On this trip we will explore the mountain range of Hemsedalsfjellet in Skarvheimen.  We will spend the weekend in the cozy self-service-cabin, Skarvheim, and make breakfast and dinner together.

Norwegians are of course welcome, but this weekend our main language is english. 
På denne turen vil engelske ord og utrykk brukes, og i hovedsak foregår kommunikasjonen på engelsk.

 

PROGRAM

Day 1: Arrival Skarvheim (self-service-cabin)
We will travel by private cars from Oslo. With regard to the environment, we will try to ride together as far as possible, the idea is that we drive 2-3 cars at 17:30 from Oslo Friday afternoon. We will arrive at Skravheim somewhere between 21:30 and 22:30 for supper and a late cup of tea.

Day 2: Top-tour to one og several peaks
The plan is to go for a medieum long trip where we will cross either one or several peaks if conditions permit this.

Day 3: A nice top-tour nearby Skarvheim
We will take a slightly shorter trip on one of the nearby peaks so that we return to Oslo at an unforeseen time. We aim for a destination that is included in the category "Safe Terrain" which means that the slope does not exceed 30 degrees and the terrain is relatively low. Examples are Høgeloft, Store Jugleeggi, Råskardfjellet, Storebottskarvet, Fuglehaugnøset, Leinenosi, Harahorn, Skurvefjellet or Nibbi or Skarvanfjellet. The time of arrival in Oslo will be some time between 21:00 and 22:30.

The final route is determined by weather and slope conditions.

Subject to change in the program!

General information:

Price:
Kr. 2 100,- NOK (transport is not included)
Non-member surcharge is 800,- NOK. Join DNT here.

Maximum number of participants on this tour: 8

The price includes: Accommodation, food from self-serviced storage and tour management. The price does not include transport.

Prerequisites:
This is an alpine ski trip, which means you must master randonné, splitboard or telemark in hilly terrain under varied snow conditions. We expect everyone to be familiar with the use of their equipment, which inlcludes a beacon-device, shovel, and a probe. The hikes inlcludes basic skills for downhill skiing. In addition, you should be in good enough shape to be on a trip for 4-6 hours and walks of 800-1100 altitude meters in a day.

This is a trip with a tour leader in charge. We are in a risk community, where participants are expected to have experience from similar tours in the winter mountains.

Equipment:
For this trip you should have randonee or telemark skis, or a splitboard. Additionally, everyone must bring complete equipment that includes skins, shovel, probe, avalanche beacon* and helmet. We recommend a backpack between 30L and 45L for this trip. For safety reasons, proper and important clothing and equipment is required in the backpack. We therefore refer to our package lists. See also DNT's films with tips on how to pack your backpack in winter and how to dress for winter trips.

* Avalanche beacon can be rented for kr 300 NOK. If you need to rent equipment, you need to mark this in the booking

Diet and lodging:
We will live on a single standard cabin (type of small cabin). We have to arrange a communal dinner on Saturday and Sunday, and on Friday we will stop along the way for a quick snack and buying the food we need for the weekend. The cabin is stocked with provisions which means that we also can buy food at the cabin. There are no shops at Hemsedalsfjellet. For breakfast we will eat together and make a norwegian "matpakke" for lunch that we will bring in our backpacks out in the field.

More about the cabin:
Skarveheim

We will drive 40KM past Hemsedal city center, and the cabin is located close to the road (RV52). 

Map and route information:
Map Hemsedal Topo 1: 50 000. Check ut.no for updated map and route information. Maps can be purchased in our tour information or online store.

Important information about winter tours:
Before you sign up for a tour, read: "Important information - guided winter tours".

Terms and conditions for participation in guided tours:
When you sign up for this tour, you confirm that you have read and accept the terms described in "Terms and Conditions"

Frequently asked questions

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Mountain sports activities involve a certain risk to life and health. We note that participation in DNT Fjellsport Oslo's events takes place on the participants 'own responsibility, ref. DNT Oslo and Omegns General Terms, Item No. 6, and Item No. 11 on Participants' Responsibilities.

We emphasize at the same time that safeguarding participants' safety is a fundamental goal of our events. Our tour guides are approved through DNT's own tour standard. Course leaders, climbing and ski instructors are qualified and approved by the Norwegian Fjordsport Forum's National Standard. DNT is an approved organizer of the same standard, which requires the use of recognized technical methods for course completion and training.

The main focus on this trip is to include people from different nations that loves randonné-skiing for a mid-winter experience in the mountain.

We will use skins on our skis to get up, and the laws af Einstein to get down. On this trip we will explore the mountain range of Hemsedalsfjellet in Skarvheimen.  We will spend the weekend in the cozy self-service-cabin, Skarvheim, and make breakfast and dinner together.

Norwegians are of course welcome, but this weekend our main language is english. 
På denne turen vil engelske ord og utrykk brukes, og i hovedsak foregår kommunikasjonen på engelsk.

Prerequisites:
This is an alpine ski trip, which means you must master randonné, splitboard or telemark in hilly terrain under varied snow conditions. We expect everyone to be familiar with the use of their equipment, which inlcludes a beacon-device, shovel, and a probe. The hikes inlcludes basic skills for downhill skiing. In addition, you should be in good enough shape to be on a trip for 4-6 hours and walks of 800-1100 altitude meters in a day.

PROGRAM

Day 1: Arrival Skarvheim (self-service-cabin)
We will travel by private cars from Oslo. With regard to the environment, we will try to ride together as far as possible, the idea is that we drive 2-3 cars at 17:30 from Oslo Friday afternoon. We will arrive at Skravheim somewhere between 21:30 and 22:30 for supper and a late cup of tea.

Day 2: Top-tour to one og several peaks
The plan is to go for a medieum long trip where we will cross either one or several peaks if conditions permit this.

Day 3: A nice top-tour nearby Skarvheim
We will take a slightly shorter trip on one of the nearby peaks so that we return to Oslo at an unforeseen time. We aim for a destination that is included in the category "Safe Terrain" which means that the slope does not exceed 30 degrees and the terrain is relatively low. Examples are Høgeloft, Store Jugleeggi, Råskardfjellet, Storebottskarvet, Fuglehaugnøset, Leinenosi, Harahorn, Skurvefjellet or Nibbi or Skarvanfjellet. The time of arrival in Oslo will be some time between 21:00 and 22:30.

The final route is determined by weather and slope conditions.

Subject to change in the program!

General information:

Price:
Kr. 2 100,- NOK (transport is not included)
Non-member surcharge is 800,- NOK. Join DNT here.

Maximum number of participants on this tour: 8

The price includes: accommodation, food from self-serviced storage and tour management. The price does not include transport.

Equipment:
For this trip you should have randonee or telemark skis, or a splitboard. Additionally, everyone must bring complete equipment that includes skins, shovel, probe, avalanche beacon and helmet. We recommend a back pack between 30L and 45L for this trip. For safety reasons, proper and important clothing and equipment is required in the backpack. We therefore refer to our package lists. See also DNT's films with tips on how to pack your backpack in winter and how to dress for winter trips.

Prerequisites:
This is a trip with a tour leader in charge. We are in a risk community, where participants are expected to have experience from similar tours in the winter mountains.

Diet and lodging:
We will live on a single standard cabin (type of small cabin). We have to arrange a communal dinner on Saturday and Sunday, and on Friday we will stop along the way for a quick snack and buying the food we need for the weekend. The cabin is stocked with provisions which means that we also can buy food at the cabin. There are no shops at Hemsedalsfjellet. For breakfast we will eat together and make a norwegian "matpakke" for lunch that we will bring in our backpacks out in the field.

More about the cabin:
Skarveheim

We will drive 40KM past Hemsedal city center, and the cabin is located close to the road (RV52). 

Map and route information:
Map Hemsedal Topo 1: 50 000. Check ut.no for updated map and route information. Maps can be purchased in our tour information or online store.

Important information about winter tours:
Before you sign up for a tour, read: "Important information - guided winter tours".

Terms and conditions for participation in guided tours:
When you sign up for this tour, you confirm that you have read and accept the terms described in "Terms and Conditions"

Frequently asked questions

___

Mountain sports activities involve a certain risk to life and health. We note that participation in DNT Fjellsport Oslo's events takes place on the participants 'own responsibility, ref. DNT Oslo and Omegns General Terms, Item No. 6, and Item No. 11 on Participants' Responsibilities.

We emphasize at the same time that safeguarding participants' safety is a fundamental goal of our events. Our tour guides are approved through DNT's own tour standard. Course leaders, climbing and ski instructors are qualified and approved by the Norwegian Fjordsport Forum's National Standard. DNT is an approved organizer of the same standard, which requires the use of recognized technical methods for course completion and training.

International randonné weekend

The main focus on this trip is to include people from different nations that loves randonné-skiing for a mid-winter experience in the mountain. We will use skins on our skis to ...

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