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Come snowshoe tracking through the old enchanted forest, searching for footprints and tracks of wild animals.
Enjoy lunch in tranquil silence, as we ke...
Hardangervidda Mountain Guiding now offer Nordic Walking, a new activity that is enjoyable and challenging for both young and old.
Our qualified instru...
Sunshine or snowy weather, overcast or windy... the conditions are irrelevant. It is the pure pleasure of exercise in beautiful white surroundings that...
The Tonstad Bath was opened in January 2012 and can boast with modern facilities. There are two separate pools, one for swimming and one for relaxing.
Mountain plateau Forollhogna National Park is the goal of this 11-day guided mountain ski hiking. We explore an untouched sea of snow and ice on classic wooden skis and where we eventually become familiar with the outstanding natural world.
Join Kjetil on a boattrip on the Lyngenfjord. This is a flexible trip which takes into account what you as a guest wish to experience. If you would like to fish, Kjetil has fishing equipment on board. Is there a wish for sightseeing from the seaside, this is also possible.
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The trip takes you through the characteristic natural beauty of Svalbard, over wide plains and narrow valleys
Join us on an amazing adventure to Tempelfjord, were the Tuna Glacier lies frozen into the sea ice. In front of the towering walls of blue ice, the frozen fjord stretches towards the Tempel Mountain. Ring seals sunbathe on the ice here, and Polar bears are not uncommon!
It has been unusually warm this far in 2014, and as of February there is no fjord ice on the Tempelfjord. As such we are unable to reach the glacier wall in the fjord. This snowmobile tour will still be run, however we will use more time in the area used for hunitng and trapping by 'The King of Sassen', Hilmar Nøis. The guide will also explain and demonstrate different hunting techniques and help the participants imagine life as a lonely hunter in the Arctic.