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Enjoy the view of Longyearbyen and Isfjorden and look after 60 million year old fossils. Join us for a Hiking trip in Glacier Landscape
Do you want to try an exiting and traditionell way of travelling in the Arctic? Join us for a kayak trip over the Advent Bay.
850 meters above sea level you find the majestic mountain Trollsteinen. Enjoy the view and welcome for a hike!
Welcome to an atmospheric evening at Svalbard Villmarkssenter.
SVS is owned by Berit and Karl Våtvik, they came to Svalbard in the 70`s.
All our dogs are named by Arctic’s and Antarctic’s historie.
We will share these histories with you.
At the end of the Longyear valley, there are two glaciers, Lars Breen and Longyear Breen. Longyear Breen have over thousands of years eroded the mountains and pushed the rocks in to a huge moraine in front of the glacier. It is in these rocks we find 40 to 60 million year old plant and animal fossils.
This mountain hike will make you discover the wilderness through its history.You will face the nature silent; meet Svalbard animal population and have the best view of Longyearbyen. The guide will pick you up at the agreed residence and drive to Sverdrupbyen where the tour starts. You will have a short presentation on the running of the day; we will not forget to give you few safety rules; you need to know about the land of Svalbard
And then Let’s Go…
Great nature, animal life and historical heritage are some of the things that will wait for you in this Arctic landscape. Welcome
When the snow starts melting at the beginning of June,we start using dog carts instead of sledges. At this trip you drive your own cart with 6 huskies in front.Our guide will help you harness the dogs and drive in front of you with his own team.The trip goes through beautiful Adventdalen ,which offers unique arctic nature and lots of reindeer!
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.