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Small eksclusive groups, max 6 snomobiles on tour.
Included in the trip:
- Search and rescue insurance
- Full snowmobile equipment (snowmobile suit, boots, mittens, balaclava, helmet/goggles)
- Guide with safety equipment
Period: March - May
Duration: app. 10 hours
Participants: Min. 2
Kr. 2250,- driver
Kr. 1450,- passenger
Dogsledding on Spitsbergen is a special experience, during the polar night the experience is unique. Drive your own dogsledge and join us for a 2-daytrip under the northern lights.
Spend your afternoon and evening together with us on Adventfjorden in the Arctic light shining 24 hours.
Dogsledding and cabin tour in Foxdalen.
Experience Svalbard’s winter, magical natural wonders,ice cave inside a glacier, dogsledding and our cozy cabin.
A ski expedition during the Svalbard winter offers some of the most demanding conditions you can find in the Polar Regions. The variations in terrain, temperature, and wind make this the complete polar expedition. You will travel over sea ice, glaciers, wide valleys and moraines, and the fact that the polar bears out number you adds an extra bit of excitement.
We head to Tempelfjorden and Fredheim. We visit Hilmar Nøis trapper station Villa Fredheim, where he spent most of his 38 winters on Svalbard. The sno...
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.
Pick up at your accomodation.
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.