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Northern Norway Troms og Finnmark TROMSØ

Take a walk on the wild side - Small group all-inclusive winter snowshoeing activity

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Small-group all inclusive winter snowshoeing activity into the arctic wilderness. We'll combine our local knowledge with expert analysis of the environmental conditions to choose the best location on the day. Enjoy our signature homemade picnic lunch.

Listen to the sound of the snow crackling under your snowshoes. This easy snowshoeing hike brings you to a scenic location to enjoy the Arctic winter. After a short introduction into snowshoeing, the guide will lead you safely, together with a small group, into the white, snowy landscape. During the hike your guide will find the best place to enjoy a home-made meal and hot drinks. You will go home with memories of an outdoor adventure and our best pictures of you and the stunning sceneries.

Wilderness is just around the corner!

Featured in National Geographic Traveller Luxury Collection.

Included: guide, transportation, snowshoes and poles, thermal suits and winter boots (on request), a backpack, home-made food (Ham & Cheese or vegan Hummus sandwich), cookies, water and hot drinks, pictures of the tour in web sized resolution sent by email and drop-off in the city centre.

Duration: 4-5 hours
Number of participants (adults): 2 - 8
Level of difficulty: Moderate (moderate level of fitness and health is required)
Departure time and place: 10:00 am in front of Scandic Ishavshotel


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