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Join the exciting half day trip to historic Coles Bay!
Coles Bay is the old shipping wharf for the coal the Russians drove out of Grumant. The site wa...
Aurora, full-moon, storm, or sunshine. Fantastic experiences are waiting for you and your dog-team in the arctic wilderness.
We are equipped and briefed before heading up Todalen and west towards Barentsburg. The journey then takes us on to Colesdalen and along the coast past Kapp Laila and Kapp Heer before arriving at the Russian mining village.
Alternatively we go through Skiferdalen and across to Grøndalen before going down to Grønfjorden and Barentsburg.
Join us on a half day trip to the picturesque Elveneset.
From Elveneset, you have a view of the imposing and majestic Tempelfjellet which is located o...
Join us on a visit to the kingdom of the polar bear!
The east coast of Spitsbergen is not affected by the Gulf Stream in the same way as the west coast...
Once the snow has settled in December or January, we can go for exciting snowmobile trips in Longyearbyen's surrounding areas.
The stars and the moonlight throw light in the polar night giving you an atmospheric experience. On a clear night it is not unusual to see the northern light. The reindeer dig in the snow looking for food and the fox tiptoes around in the dark.
There are no fjord ice on Billedfjorden due to a warm February. We have therefore closed all our trips to Pyramiden in February. For more...
We go to beautiful Kapp Linnè, situated in the outermost part of Isfjorden. Here we find Isfjord Radio, 80 km from Longyearbyen, and without any road a...
Spitsbergen Trekking is a five day nature experience, walking among rising peaks and mighty glaciers, with a camp site next to the Svea glacier in Ekmanfjorden, in the west of Spitsbergen.
Spitsbergen Isfjorden Kayak expedition is a six day long journey on the island’s largest fjord. Isfjorden stretches 107 kilometres towards the centre of Spitsbergen, and in order to avoid most of the boat traffic the expedition is plotting its course along the north-western side of the fjord. With its many inlets and seven mighty glacier fronts this is an alluring universe. The silence is overpowering, only broken by your paddle strokes and nature’s own sounds. A curious seal maybe, the noise of hatching sea birds or the amazing sound of glaciers cracking and calving.