Powder snow on Purka, a modest mountain on Senja Island, Norway. Pictures: Fredrik Schenholm/ Polygiene AB

Skiing in Norway: stunning Senja Island boasts perfect slopes, even if you have to climb them yourself

  • The Scandinavian country’s second largest island offers powder-soft snow and spectacular scenery without the crowds. Why? A lack of lifts means you have to walk to the summit
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Powder snow on Purka, a modest mountain on Senja Island, Norway. Pictures: Fredrik Schenholm/ Polygiene AB
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