What to bring

Here is a suggested packing list for a trip to the fjords of Norway

While each property offers the opportunity to sit back with a glass of bubbles and wear something elegant, your adventure to the mountain tops will require something a little more practical.

If you have booked activities with us it is very helpful to consider a specific packing list to make sure that you are well-equipped for the specific season and more importantly that you will be safe on your tour be it up a mountain or on the water.

Heavyweight base layers

Made of moisture-wicking fabric, such as merino wool or synthetic materials.

To wear under your other clothes. These will help to keep you warm and dry, even if you get sweaty. 

Mid-weight layers

Such as a wool sweater or fleece.

To provide insulation on colder days.

Waterproof and windproof outer layers

Such as a rain jacket and pants.

To protect you from the elements. 

Warm and waterproof boots

Such as insulated snow boots.

To keep your feet dry and warm in the wet and snowy conditions. 

A warm hat, scarf, and gloves

To protect your head, neck, and hands from the cold.

Wool or fleece materials work well.


To protect your eyes.

From the glare of the sun on bright days and from the wind and snow. 

A small daypack

To carry your essentials.

On hikes or other outdoor activities.

Missing a piece or two? Don’t worry!

Check out our wool company; O.A. Devold and DEVOLD to gear up in high-quality wool. Just like our finest explorers have done before you. If you prefer to shop on-site we will guide you for a shopping spree at Devoldfabrikken, the home of O.A. Devold and DEVOLD. The factory has loads to offer when it comes to activity clothing and this cultural and historical shopping destination can be part of your adventure.