Ice Cave Adventures
Have you ever wondered how it feels like to be in an ice cave? Svalbard is covered with 60% glaciers, which also meant it is home to various ice caves. Several tour companies offer activities going to these majestic locations with different ways to get there.
You have a few options- may it be through a snowmobile, with dogs in a dog sledding trip, or if you seek a more adventurous and active one- then a hike to get there will be the best choice. Either way is excellent, and choosing which one will fit you best is a decision for you to decide.
Let go of the doubts, let not the cold bother, and join us as you experience an icy wonderland down under!
Choose and book:
Dogsledding to an Ice Cave
Travel with your own dogsled to a magnificent ice cave, accessible only by dogsled. Within the ice cave, the lights from our headlamps let us experience ice as few people have seen it.
Ice Cave Challenge: Glacier hike and climbing in an ice cave
Ice Cave Challenge: Sledge and Ice Climbing with Svalbard Wildlife Expeditions BOOK HERE November to May 6 hours 3670-, NOK Are you fit and sporty?
Ice cave overnight adventure: A night in an ice cave
Ice cave overnight adventure: A night in an ice cave with Svalbard Wildlife Expeditions BOOK HERE January to May Overnight 3550-, NOK Join us for
Ice cave: Hike to explore the ice cave
October to May 5-6 hours 1190-, NOK Hike to explore the Ice Cave with Svalbard Wildlife Expeditions BOOK HERE November to May 5-6 hours 1585,-
Reach Trollsteinen and Explore the Ice Cave
Join us on a hike to the summit of mountain Trollsteinen with a visit in the ice cave! This is the adventure for those of you who want more – you’ll get two great experiences in one!