Join us on a snowmobile journey through the wilderness to the Russian settlement of Barentsburg. This town has the second largest population on Svalbard, a coal mining community of around 350 people. In Barentsburg we take the time to explore, with many interesting sights to see, and we are served with a Russian lunch at the hotel or the brewery.
Our route for this day-trip takes us through fantastic and diverse nature; through huge valleys, over mountain sides, and up snow-covered glaciers. Our friendly and professional guides have all the experience and drive to make this an unforgettable experience, while remaining safe in such a wild and unforgiving environment.
We recommend that everyone drives their own snowmobile; this is easier than driving with a passenger. This trip is dependent on weather conditions, as well as a minimum number of participants.
Included: Transport to and from your hotel,Touring snowmobile and fuel, A snowmobile suit, boots, mittens, helmet, goggles and balaclava, A hot lunch, hot drinks and biscuits, Search and Rescue Insurance, A local and experienced guide with a snowmobile and safety equipment
Recommended: We recommend you wear warm clothing, On colder days an extra set of gloves as a liner to our mittens, A mid-layer consisting of a sweater and pants in fleece or wool is advisable, Down jackets, or other heavily insulated clothing, are not recommended beneath the snowmobile suit, Our snowmobiles do not have a storage compartment, so a small backpack could be useful for cameras, extra jackets, and other small items
Essential: A base-layer of wool or an equivalent is essential, A valid driving license for a car or motorcycle must be carried during the whole trip
Total distance: Approximately 120km
Pickup: At your hotel at approximately 09:00.