To experience the unbelievable colors that move across the sky is on many travelers’ bucket list, and few places on earth offer more ways to witness the northern lights than Norway.
Between December and March, Trysil is dark from early afternoon until morning, and the northern lights frequently soar across the sky.
The lights, which are also called aurora borealis, show up at night when the sky is dark. It’s like a celestial ballet of light dancing across the night sky, with a color palette of green, blue, pink, and violet.
On a very basic level, the phenomenon is quite simple to explain. It is created from a collision between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the atmosphere of the earth.
The aurora borealis has its climax when the weather is cold and dry.
Our trip starts around 20.00 – and do not book until you have call us upfront. This is just to make sure that it will be a trip that we might see the Aurora. We cannot guarantee a perfect sight of the Aurora.
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We can go by foot, or use snowshoes from the starting point. A normal trip takes around 1 hour. Equipment / clothing: Warm winter clothes and winter shoes.
Transport is not included in the price, but can be arranged.
Price Adult NOK 500 – Child NOK 300
1. Call +47 941 41 464 and book direct.
2. E-mail email@example.com
1. Pay by credit card or cash at the meeting point.
Nature experiences are never guaranteed.
Although we try to recommend some periods we cannot guarantee that you will experience what you have come for,
for example northern lights, animals since our success rate depends on Nature.
We therefore ask you to make allowances for any changes from the tour itinerary.
If we are unable to offer a certain service due to an unforeseen situation, you will be offered a similar service.
Outdoor activities are also weather dependent. If we are forced to cancel an activity due to extreme weather conditions,
an alternative activity suitable for the current conditions will be provided. Please note that changes may occur at a short notice.
Last updated: 05/27/2022