Joining this tour, you will pass through varied landscape in the forest, over the wide white expanse and over frozen lakes crossing the Finnmark plateau.
We start this tour from Sorrisniva, which is a 20-minute drive from the center of Alta. The trail we drive follows the old trading road in the direction of Karasjok.
The trip takes us over the winter mountains towards Jotka Fjellstue, one of the few buildings in the north that was not burned down during World War II. At this traditional mountain lodge, we are welcomed by nice hosts. A warm lunch is served here, preferably prepared according to Sami tradition.
The trip itself
Our experienced scooter guide will meet you at our reception before departure. Before we start the tour, the guide will review both training and safety routines for using a snowmobile. You can share the experience with a passenger, or you can ride alone on your own snowmobile. You can also request to join as a passenger with one of our guides.
The tour includes
- Snowmobile guide
- Introducion in use of snowmobiles and safety routines
- Winter suit, winter shoes, gloves and wool socks
- Balaklava and approved helmet
- Warm lunch at Jotka Mountain Lodge
- Drivers must have a valid car or motorcycle license.
- For your and our safety, you will sign a form for liability insurance before the trip starts.
- Sorrisniva reserves the right to cancel the trip in extreme weather conditions. The guide can also choose another trail if, due to safety reasons, the planned route cannot be completed due to weather or driving conditions.
We also offer transfer to and from Alta center. This must be ordered in advance for an additional cost.
All our snowmobile trips can be combined with accommodation at Sorrisniva Igloo hotel, other activities or with lunch / dinner in our restaurant – Laksestua. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com for more information or visit our website.
Explore Alta from the snowmobile
Do you want to join us at a longer trip with a snowmobile up on the Finnmarksvidda with warm lunch at the traditional Jotka mountain lodge?