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North Sea Trails
Nordsjøløypa on Storekalsøy cultural path towards Skansen (an entrenchment), which forms a natural amphi-theatre facing the sea and...
Kirketaket in Isfjorden is one of the most popular hikes you can do in Romsdalen.
For a description of the hike, please contact us.
Equipped with the crampons, ice axe and rope issued to you, draw in over the white glacier and search for high ice towers, azure blue glacial water a...
Dogsledding to icecave,7 hours
7 hours of unique adventure!Travel with your own dogsled to the magnificent icecave,which can only be reached by dogsled. We enter the icecave and in the lights from our headlamps we experience ice as few people has seen it. The still standing air in the cave gives the ice perfect conditions to form fantastic shapes and beautiful colors.
The visit at our spot at the top of Tromsø has the main purpose of watching the Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis.
Snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice skating* and speeding down the hill on toboggan - you can try all those types of winter sports at one tour within 5 minutes drive from the city centre.
Join GuideGunnar on a bus tour to his base camp at Ringvassøya, 40 km north of Tromsø.
This is where you'll find Jæren's Nordic skiing and biathlon facility, and play slopes for snow-filled fun. Lighted trails.
Explore the forest and na...
Round trip from Mykingstølen (1030 masl) on Øvre-Ålsåsen/Kvinnegardslia, with detour to Skurvehovda (1122 masl). Parts of the trail follows an old carr...
Roundtrip in Bergsjøområdet where you follow the trail around the lake Bergsjøen. About 8 km in easy high mountain terrain with great view towards Re...