The Midnight Sun makes its appearance and gives us continuous daylight. Migratory birds return and the hillsides are filled with abundant wildlife. There is something quite unique about travelling through the beautiful winter landscape, with less activity on the slopes, at night in broad daylight.
You will be picked up at your accommodation and dressed up with good, warm clothes and shoes. We will have a briefing about snowmobiling before we head out to Tempelfjorden and the mighty glacier front of the Tuna- and Von Post glacier. On our way we stop at Fredheim where Hilmar Nois spent 26 of 38 winters.
In Tempelfjorden you will experience polar nature as the old explorers and adventurers did hundreds of years ago. If you are lucky, you might get a glimpse of the "King of the Arctic" - the polar bear - while strolling around in search of food.
We recommend everyone to drive their own snowmobile, as this is easier than driving with a passenger. Total milage: about 120km
Transport to and from accommodations
Snowmobile, Touring 4 stroke
Snowmobile apparel: Suit, boots, gloves, helmet, goggles and Balaklava
Search and rescue insurance
Guide with snowmobile, emergency and safety equipment
Wool mittens to wear under scooter gloves
Inner layer: Wool
Mid layer: Sweater and pants in fleece or wool
Drivers license car/ MC or snowmobile must be carried during the whole trip
Pickup: At hotels at about 16:00