Spitzbergen Arctic Ski and Sail
Ski and sail through one of the world’s true “Final Frontiers” with this journey far north to the wild Spitzbergen region!
"Explore & ski the northern region of Norway"
Want to ski where no man has skied before? The Spitzbergen Arctic Ski and Sail is the chance of a lifetime to shred the slopes where only a few people have ever stepped foot! In this far northern region of Norway, you’ll explore some of the world’s least visited peaks, with fresh tracks and new terrain at every turn, and then return to you cozy cabin aboard the Arctica 2 sailing boat each night.
During the Spitzbergen Arctic Ski and Sail Week, you’ll explore rugged and wild mountains in the Atomfjella and Jarlbergland areas, many of which are so rarely visited they don’t even have names. Because you are exploring untracked terrain and have the benefit of long daylight hours in the far north, the daily schedule is flexible and able to change. If you’re looking for a truly thrilling skiing adventure, this is it!
"Snowy mountains in the Atomfjella and Jarlbergland area"
The Spitzbergen Arctic Ski and Sail trip from Flory Kern is an 8-day skiing adventure including all accommodation, aboard an arctic sailing vessel, with all meals included. Skiers with experience ski touring and in good physical shape, prepared for daily ascents of about 1500 meters will love this arctic skiing adventure.
Set sail for the ski trip of a lifetime and let LUEX help you plan all the details!
4 reasons to choose Spitzbergen Arctic Ski and Sail:
- Explore one of the least visited areas on Earth!
- Ski somewhere new every day and return to the comfort of your cabin on the ship without any hassle!
- Long daylight hours in the far north of Norway so you’ll have plenty of time to explore on and off the slopes.
- Make friendships that will last a lifetime with this unique sailing and skiing adventure.
- Western Europe
- Boat Trips
- Solo Travelers
- $$ - Medium
- Full Board
- Double Bed Room
- Twin Bed Room
- Open Terrain
- Steep Terrain
- > 20 meter/year