Stranda

Ski resorts in Norway
Stranda includes Stryn vinterski

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Anders
Anders (Guest)
29/01/2018
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The beach is a gem that only few people know
We had a fantastic off piste weekend with +50 cm pillows for three days.

tomatchili
26/04/2016
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The beach is simply very good: Has been there many times and rarely pissed and rarely been disappointed. The plant has amazing natural conditions with the mountains, the fjord and the mass of precipitation. It is, however, Norway's western country, if you are unlucky, it will rain in the middle of winter; But it usually comes as snow and it can be a lot of snow. Not so much snow that the pistols have difficulty coping with.
In recent years, it has been invested heavily in the plant with a pair of modern lifts instead of the old POMA plates. There are also a number of ski resorts where you can go taxi back to the facility for a reasonable amount of money after a long offpiste ride.
The food in the pavilion is good class: If you are lucky enough to see the view, it's a ski lunch that you will soon forget!
If you are there for a week, it may be fun to check out any of the other facilities, they usually only open on weekends. There should be no sneeze every Saturday. A week without precipitation on the west is very rare. There is cooperation on lift cards, so you can buy a card that applies to many facilities.

13/02/2012
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Norway's clearest lifting offpiste.
Maybe especially now that they got both gondolas and 4-6 seat lifts that take
skiers quickly up on the mountains.
Unfortunately, they are still struggling with service and food supply.
But! the skiing and the view beat most of what you used to be
with about.

Count on 0.0% afterski in Stranda, if you want to rock a little. Do you have to
travel all the way to Ålesund for a little party and meet some people.
It may be a bit of a little dump afterski at the top coffeehouses there
It also serves lunch, nice mackerel and some homemade cakes.

Bring studs and equipment for safe ride in the mountains - such as search / transmitter, low-key,
spade etc.
Here are 100's top tours in different levels of difficulty and, not least, much more fun
to find surfing, long longboard spots, kite surfing, snowmobiling, climbing, etc.
Check more info. about the area in the book
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Opplev-Sunnm%C3%B8rsalpane/210965025619451

lekatt
14/02/2008
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It was really nice, lots of surfaces that could be left with more or less sticky. On both sides there are opportunities for challenges, and because it is quite close to the open sea and Norway is the bottom of the board, maybe all the moisture makes it heavy but it works. Also breathtaking views.

Njaal
14/02/2008
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Fantasy area that, in my opinion, offers Norway's finest mountain. Stranda offers quite nice skiing, and there are also pillows, but if you want to get it extreme, it's top trips in the area as mentioned above. If this is the case, there are books that describe good hiking opportunities.
The other thing that draws the rating is the weather, the whole western part of Norway is usually bad weather, and it's hard to trust weather reports.
If you would like a nice weather for a day, you will probably not get a better trip in Norway.

GubbJocke
14/02/2008
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Can probably agree that Stranda is jolly blurry. Very chanced with rain as the biggest risk factor. The Gulf Stream makes the climate warm.
Do not plan a week's skiing holiday there as I did: it became 1 w. Rain, snowy rain & refresh ismanchester ...
Must say, however, that S has cruel potential, without a heli lift.

However, want to add the positive qualities of the beach:
1. When it's a new puppy, you'll be quite lonely about the shit for a while
2. The pimples are right long (think of the one who goes down to the valley as last go see the map)

Summation:
Take the position someone before and go spontaneously like a day trip or so, after a dump. I'l be back ...

Rate the setting é almost impossible due to the weather of course.
But, as we are aware, we do not mind doing anything

olapowder
13/02/2008
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Stranda should only go to (Sunnmøre Alps) if you know the conditions. All ski resorts located on the coast should be checked first.
However, there is no better area in the Nordic region in case of heavy snowfall.
That's the reason why Stranda has become so hypathy, Röldal, too, but lies further inland.
It is for the easily accessible offpiste and the snow which is the reason to visit this place.
Definitely not food or afterskin.

I had a nice reason to visit Stranda (have been here several times) when it dumped a few days.
My then new asteroids really gotta be with o surf.

Are there any pictures on my site if you want to peek,
http://www.olapowder.com/sve/skidorter/stranda/stranda.htm

olapowder
13/02/2008
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When you go to a shark ski resort you should know what to do.
There is no better place for easily accessible offpiste in the north as it snows.
As elsewhere, check the precipitation and the weather before going on a ski holiday if you claim the resort.
All ski areas close to the coast will give you either snowfall or rain regardless of the month you choose

Of course I went there when the sky opened and the dump came.
Got great use of my then new Asteroids.
Check out more,
http://www.olapowder.com/sve/skidorter/stranda/stranda.htm

Tobias-Frost
13/12/2007
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Must unfortunately agree with Skibum that Stranda is clearly overtaken. Certainly, fine sequences have been shown from the area in the ski slots, but that rally only comes with hell and such is only for movie companies with special conditions.

Otherwise, it was really muggy with rainfall in the amount of height and the little soft snow that existed before the rain was blown away during a night's storm. Pretty shabby and very snowy forest also helped to limit the possibilities for calm driving. The shooting is laughing little and is enough until one morning before the sadness begins.

They also shut down the different sides of the valley, and they seemed to be much more interested in serving the big school classes that came to visit than us who bought a weekly card. They closed the upper elevators to prevent the children from reaching the mountain.

No, you did not like a week in Stranda and I will be very skeptical of all the hype of similar resorts in the future. Considering what the tripping of all expensive food or oats, they would definitely have invested better in a trip to the Alps despite the bad snow year in the winter.

07/10/2007
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Strongly agrees that the southernmost Alps have probably the best area in the Nordic region when it comes to cruel skiing - not in piste but top trips and pillows dump is unbeatable.

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