Snowshoeing experiences

Getting right into the heart of the landscape via trekking isn’t off-limits during the winter – it’s just more commonly known as snowshoeing. Snowshoeing is a popular recreational activity for those who want to continue exploring the Arctic wilderness by foot, even during the season of heavy snowfall.







Guided snowshoe experience with bonfire

On this experience we will walk to a wooden shelter which is perfectly located halfway up a mountain ridge and make a bonfire. From here you will have a perfect viewpoint of the Alta valley, the surrounding mountains and frozen river below. While taking a break by the campfire you enjoy something warm to drink and a local refreshment. Stops are made along the trail and the guide will tell you about the local nature and history.

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Difficulty: Easy

Frozen waterfall snowshoe experience

On this snowshoeing experience, you will explore the Alta valley and the snow-filled trails, search for sign of wildlife and get great winter exercise. Stops are made along the trail and the guide will tell you about the local nature and history. A stunning reward awaits at the end, with a frozen waterfall offering unique photo opportunities. This tour includes lunch.

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Difficulty: Medium

Northern Lights snowshoe experience

This is an ideal way to experience the great outdoors and wander away from light pollution, increasing your chances of witnessing the natural phenomenon of Aurora Borealis. Our guides will teach you how to use snowshoes, and take you wild ways in safe hands. If we are lucky we will be able to dance with Lady Aurora. Though – to realize how small we are in relation to the grand, wild nature, is priceless in itself. After about 1 hour we will find a place to make a bonfire camp and enjoy warm drinks and local snacks while we wait for the Northern Lights to appear.

  • Duration: 2,5 hours
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Experience showshoeing with us!

Easy to learn, and safe to use, snowshoeing is an ideal way to experience the exhilaration of the great outdoors during the Arctic Winter.