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Snowshoe Hike in Svolvær

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Snow and ice are no hurdle with snowshoes on your feet! Explore the beautiful arctic terrain around Svolvær in the Lofoten islands with an experienced mountain guide.

This is a fun experience for the entire family. Snowshoes distribute your body weight, giving you the ability to stay on top of deep snow.

The local guide will take you to unique spots and photo locations, and share stories of the area along the way.

There will be time to enjoy hot chocolate on one of the breaks. The trip takes approximately 3 hours, and the route will be adapted to the weather conditions.

When terrain is icy snowshoes are swapped for crampons. This will not impact your experience - it will still be loads of fun!

Transportation between Svolvær and the starting point of the hike is included in the tour.

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Snowshoeing in Lofoten

Credit: Johan Karlsson

Snowshoeing in Lofoten

Credit: Johan Karlsson

Snowshoeing in Lofoten

Credit: Johan Karlsson

Snowshoeing in Lofoten

Credit: Johan Karlsson

Snowshoeing in Lofoten

Important on this trip

Fitness Level

You don't have to be in great physical shape to take part in this activity. A keen interest in wildlife, nature and Lofoten will get you a long way.

Route

To give you the ultimate experience the route will be chosen based on the day's weather conditions.

Meeting Point

Before we embark on our adventure we meet and get suited up XXLofoten's Activity Center at Joh. E. Paulsens gt. 9 in Svolvær. 

Food

Hot chocolate is served during one of the breaks. Feel free to pack a bottle of water and something easy to eat in a backpack.

Clothing

It's winter and you are way up north, so dress warm! The hike goes through hilly terrain. Wear layers to make it easy to adapt to the different intensity levels. 

Included Equipment

  • Snowshoes
  • Thermo boots
  • Ski poles

Make sure to layer up and dress warm. Winters in Lofoten are chilly!