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ALTA

GLØD Explorer

Discover the unique Norwegian Lapland landscapes on foot, by ski, canoe or cycle, even with a team of huskies. Cross the Finnmark mountain plain, spending the night in mountain refuges. Paddle down the Alta River through Alta Canyon.

KAUTOKEINO

The old road to Kautokeino - Masi/Bingis

Starting in Masi, you begin the gentle ascent to the summit/mountain plain. You can spend the night at the Bingis mountain lodge, you must contact the teachers’ association well in advance of your departure: Foreningen Bingis, tel. +47 917 64 031. There is an excellent marked trail from Máze to Raggesluoppal which takes you on to Alta and Karasjok. The old postal route from Beaskades to Ladnatjavri is also a very pleasant trail.

KAUTOKEINO

Suohpatjavri Nature and Cultural Trail

This Nature and Culture trail is located 10 km south of the village of Kautokeino. Itis 4.5-km long marked trail with information signs and a picnic area with an earth and turf hut (“jordgamme”), and a probable sacrificial stone, “sieidi”, which is a protected cultural monument. This trail was selected as the Outdoor Area of the Year in Norwegian Lapland in 1997.

KARASJOK

Cafe Sapmi

At the Sapmi Cafe at Sapmi Park you can order light dishes. Groups should book in advance. Please also book in advance for facilities outside of opening hours. Location: at the Sapmi Park.

ALTA

Hiking with huskies

We are so fortunate to have a fantastic landscape right outside our dog enclosure, and it’s just as wonderful all year round. Join us and some of our beautiful huskies for a memorable trip!

ALTA

Hiking with huskies

We are so fortunate to have a fantastic landscape right outside our dog enclosure, and it’s just as wonderful all year round. Join us and some of our beautiful huskies for a memorable trip!

KARASJOK

Snow shoeing with Turgleder

Hiking with snow shoes is a wonderful way of traveling when you want to go out and enjoy the arctic winter, both in the sparkling day light, the pale moon light or in the narrow beam of a head light. All these tours have their own special atmosphere. Walking on snow shoes demands no special skills. If you can walk you can snow shoe. Hiking with snow shoes is a pleasant experience in it self but can also be combined with other activities like wild life tracking, ice fishing or even hunting. It also gives good exercise regardless of age or physical fitness.

ALTA

Northern Lights Husky

With us at Northern Lights Husky you feel you are part of the team.You learn much about sled dog and dog mushing.

KARASJOK

The sami reindeer migration

We join the native reindeer herders - the Sámi - in their annually reindeer herd migration to the Arctic coast. The tour is unique and this opportunity is a rare privilege, provided by sami reindeer herders.
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