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Read more: Northern lights hunt along the Russian border-sled trip

Kirkenes

Northern lights hunt along the Russian border-sled trip

A trip on which our guests sits safely and warmly in a sled (perfect for those who don’t wish to drive a snowmobile but still want to get out into the...

Alta

The Copper Works in Kåfjord

Welcome to a walk in an area provoking memories from northern Scandinavia’s first major industry. The culture trail and information boards will show...
Read more: Halddetoppen Photo: Nina Smedseng, Finnmark Reiseliv AS

Alta

Halddetoppen

From Kåfjord there is a permanent T-marked trail/cart road up to Mount Hálddetoppen – 904 metres above sea level. The world’s first Northern Lights...

Alta

Seiland National Park

Seiland National Park: Steep costal landscape with Skandinavias northernmost glaciers. Seiland is a very beautiful part of the islands of vestern...
Read more: Bubbelen Photo: Altafjord camping

Alta

Bubbelen

At the head of the Bognelvdalen valley in Langfjordbotn, a river emerges from the ground. It is called “The Bubble” and is a beautiful subterranean...

Alta

The Alta Slate

The Alta Slate is a very high quality product, and a vast quota of production is exported. The slate industry, one of the most important in Alta,...
Read more: Mortensnes Cultural Heritage Site Photo: Mortensnes kulturminneområde

Varangerbotn

Mortensnes Cultural Heritage Site

Cultural heritage site administered by Varanger Sami Museum – one of the richest and most characteristic cultural heritage sites in Scandinavia....

Alta

The Alta River

The river Altaelva is one of the world’s best salmon rivers with fishing restrictions and allocation of fishing spots. Fishing is primarily...

Loppa

Loppa Island

Loppa Island - The island that gave the municipality its name. In earlier times, it was an old trading post and centre of the municipality. There are...

Hadsel

Trollfjorden

3 km long and 70 m wide at the mouth, there are few fjords that can compete with Trollfjord! It is a channel that penetrates deep into the 1000 m high...
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