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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)....
A breathtaking trip through changing landscapes, across a glacier and through valleys to our Russian neighbours in the west. Barentsburg is situated about 60 kilometers from Longyearbyen and is a Russian/Ukranian coal-mining town. Participate in a day filled with nature and cultural experiences
With a closed rib the possabilitys are endless. When the other smaller open boats have to stay home because of hard weather conditions we can still head out and experience the fjord. Comfortably, warm and fast we'll travel to where the action is. With our years of experience we'll do our best to give you your greatest nature experience ever!
long and hard all day trip with excellent view over Isfjord and Longyearbyen. We cross Adventfjorden by dinghy and we visit the historical Hiorthamn....
Dickson Land is situated on the north side of Isfjorden, between Billefjorden and Dicksonfjorden. In six days we will also visit many historical site...
This trip lasts for about 10-12 hours and the main purpose of this trip is to experience the desert, high arctic east coast of Spitsbergen . The east c...
This combined trekking and glacier trip starts in Nybyen. We walk up to the foot of the glacier and start the glacier trekking crossing the Lars glacier. We head towards Trollsteinen (Troll Mountain). A light meal is served.
You need to be in normal good physical condition to participate.
Over four fantastic days we will ski over the glaciers to the east coast of Spitsbergen, covering approximately 50km.
4 days skiing
This expedition takes you deep into the wilderness. It will give you a great taste of the Arctic wildlife.
Every Sunday we will give you the opportunity to visit Ny-Ålesund. This is a former mining town and also starting point for famous explorers race to the North pole. Roald Amundsen, known as the first person, both to the South- and North-pole, used Ny-Ålesund as his starting point when he reached the pole in 1926 with the Airship NORGE.