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On this autumn snowmobiletrip we will have a stunning view over Longyearbyen in the north, and the valley, Fardalen, to the south.
On this special east coast trip we get more time on the magnificent east coast. Here the nature is untouched and the land frozen solid. A view that is hard to describe. You don’t want to miss this amazing experience.
Welcome to Camp Barentz, where a unique evening awaits in the Arctic Tundra. Enjoy the warmth of the open fire, a rustic meal and learn a little more about the king of the Arctic - the Polar bear.
Easy and short trip for almost everybody. The trip starts at Taubanesentralen in Longyearbyen. After app 45 minutes we arrive on the plateau (400 mh)....
Join us on a safari in our sturdy and open Polarcirkel boat towards the mighty Tuna- and Von Post glacier. On the way we pass the home of the famous hunter Hilmar Nøis. Warmly dressed with a float suit we head for the fjord named “Sassen”. We will make a stop at Diabas – a teeming bird cliff – before arriving at Sassenfjord. On our way back home the guide serves an expedition lunch ashore in Bjonahamna.
This trip starts in Nybyen. We hike up the moraine landscape along Lars glacier on the side of the mountain Sarkofagen. On Lars glacier, we can see the tracks after summer melting in the form of great meltwater channels.
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Crossing the Isfjorden we approach the impressive Esmarkglacier in the Bay of Ymer.
A warm lunch from the barbeque is served as we leave the glacier behind and make our way towards the Russian mining settlement of Barentsburg.
Variable weather, northern lights, crystal-clear skies full of stars, moonlight or sunshine both day and night; these are variations only the Arctic can give. The dogs will be your engine the next couple of hours and they will bring you on an adventure you maybe never have experience earlier. The nature is stunning and the landscape is covered by a white layer of snow.
Do you know how life in the sea looked like 150 mill. years ago? Here on Svalbard you can see this with your own eyes becuse the animals living at that time are now fossils in our mountains.