Snowmobile Safari to Grønfjorden
with Svalbard Adventures
We travel to Grønfjorden to experience beautiful and majestic nature.
After picking you up outside your hotel, we will give you a briefing about safety and how to drive a snowmobile and provide you with extra warm clothes and footwear. It’s then time to set off on an adventure through Svalbard’s unique landscape. We drive across the endless, bare snow-covered landscape and master the art of snowmobiling.
The trip to Grønfjord passes through narrow valleys and open expanses. On the way there, we can experience seeing both Svalbard reindeer, the ptarmigan and arctic fox feeding on food under the snow-covered tundra. The mountain massifs that encircle the trails are majestic and offer great and authentic nature experiences.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Per person||NOK 3,290 driver|
|Also available as:|
|Per person||NOK 1590 passenger|
From: 09:00 – 18:00
Minimum participants: 2 drivers
Age limit: 12 years
- Transport to and from your hotel
- Touring snowmobile and fuel
- A snowmobile suit, boots, mittens, helmet, goggles and balaclava
- An expedition lunch, hot drinks and biscuits
- Search and Rescue Insurance
- A local and experienced guide with a snowmobile and safety equipment
- A valid driving license for a car, snowmobile, or motorcycle is required throughout the whole trip.
- We do not recommend this tour if you are pregnant or have back problems
Participants are responsible for evaluating whether they are physically and mentally prepared for participation on in the booked activities. Participants must obey and adhere to all instructions issued by our tour guides. Svalbard Adventures reserves the right to refuse participation on trips if the participant is considered a threat to safety. Snowmobiling and ATV driving requires a valid driver’s license, and the driver cannot be under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.
This trip requires minimum 2 drivers. We may also need to change the number of drivers and passengers in terms of safety on the trip.
- We recommend you wear warm clothing
- On colder days an extra set of gloves as a liner to our mittens
- A mid-layer consisting of a sweater and pants in fleece or wool is advisable
- Down jackets, or other heavily insulated clothing, are not recommended beneath the snowmobile suit
- Our snowmobiles do not have a storage compartment, so a small backpack could be useful for cameras, extra jackets, and other small items