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Art park Tranøy
It started in 2000 with the artist Harald Bodøgaards sculpture; „Stars fishing in the sky“.
The very same year this artist had an e...
We start out from Kirkenes by minibus, 20 min drive to Solvang Farm in Pasvik. Pasvik valley forms the border with Russia and is a popular spot wilderness area. The trip is both a great nature experience and provide insights in the valley's history.
The small village Grense Jakobselv is located close to the Arctic Sea. Only a narrow river separates the village from Russia. Along the border you can observe both Norwegian and Russian border guards.
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 trail).
Murmansk is known as the world`s largest city North of the Arctic Circle. Here you find both, the "old" Russia and the modern Russia. Murmansk has changed a lot the last few years and you will feel this changes during your visit.
Winter Wonderland Kirkenes - Package
Play an active role on the trip and learn all about the huskies and dog sledding. You can take charge of your own team of dogs or, if you prefer, you can leave it all to us.
A guided trip by buss to Pasvik valley. The valley is one of the last wilderness areas in Europe and known for its big brown bear population. You get both, a nice nature experience and information about the interesting history of this area right beside Russia.
Help us get the dog sled ready. We can teach you all you need to know to feel safe. We set out under the starry skies, hoping to spot the Northern Lights.
This abandoned fishing village is a cultural heritage site with an intact set of buildings, and is the best-preserved fishing village from pre-war times.