It is in the untouched nature you get the most magical Svalbard experience. In the fjords, the valleys and on the mountains you find sea birds nesting. You can experience the little auk, geese, guillemots, black guillemots, gulls, fulmars and maybe even the Svalbard Ptarmigan.
Blomsterdalshøgda, just west of Longyearbyen, stands at 321 metres above sea level, and overlooks Adventfjorden.
Join us for a hike to the view point at Platåfjellet at 424 meters above sea level with a great view over Longyearbyen.
To climb its summit is a must. But it is tough, there is a good reason why this trip has the name “The Arctic Challenge”; The fjord must be crossed by kayak and then around 1000 altitude metres in an untouched terrain await to be climbed.
Experience the walrus on our boat trip to Borebukta, where the fascinating sea mammals often are observed on the ice in front of the glacier, in water and on land. Mighty glacier fronts and a distinctive fjord and mountain landscape also await.
We leave the harbor in Longyearbyen on our way to Pyramiden. On our way over there, we pay a little visit to Skansbay. This bay is about 2 km long and are known for its enriching animal and plant life. Here they have also tried on a mining life, from the huge number of gypsum that this place had. This was shot down not long after. From here we go into Pyramiden, which is located in Billefjord.
Come a long on a trip with us to see Svalbard and its amazing Arctic landscape form the sea side. We take you out from Longyearbyen and head towards Barentsburg, which is the second largest town on Svalbard.