Snowmobile Trips and Expeditions to Norway
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Arctic snowmobile adventure in the northern reaches of Norway
Winter does not have to be the cold, boring, trapped inside time of the year. Instead, head north to snowmobile Norway. It might be a little cold, but this is an incredibly unique way of seeing this part of the world. Winter is also your best opportunity for viewing the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, as well as the massive herds of reindeer that exist in northern Norway.
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Other Need-to-Know Information about Norway
The Finnmark area of Norway is one of the most remote places in the entire world, but this quiet wilderness is full of natural beauty. As it lies above the arctic circle, you will experience the unique seasons that belong to that area – no sun for days in the dead of winter, and sunlight at midnight during the summer. Norway snowmobiling is not the only thing this area is known for. It is well known for its outdoor recreation options, including cross-country skiing during the winter and trekking in summer. Nordkapp, or The Northern Cape, is a 300m tall cliff rising from the arctic ocean, and has been a prominent piece of geography and a navigational feature for centuries.
You likely know the capital of Oslo, but may not have heard of the towns and cities of Finnmark. Tromso, Alta, and the provincial capital of Vadso are larger population centers and all possible arrival locations by plane in Norway. Alta, or possibly Kirkenes, are more likely arrival airports for a Norway snowmobile tours in the north, but you might also consider nearby cities in northern Finland. Other modes of travel for arriving in Finnmark include train, bus, car, or possibly even Hurtigruten, the coastal boat service. Be aware though, car travel can be dangerous in this remote area, especially during the hazardous conditions of an arctic winter.
Why Planet Ride should be your only choice for motorcycle adventure in Norway
If you are looking for a snowmobile adventure holiday, Planet Ride will certainly satisfy your thirst for adventure! Examples of what you can expect are 4 to 8 days of Norway snowmobiling. You’ll spend nearly all of those days on your sled, and ride for 2 to 6 hours each day. The thrills of this adventure will be experienced from the comfort and quality of a BRP Grand Touring 600 ACE, 550 E-TEC, or similar machine. After each hard day of riding, you’ll spend the night in a cottage, guesthouse, lodge, or even a Kota – a traditional dwelling used by the Sami people.
Additional Benefits of riding with Planet Ride
No matter which you decide to choose, our Norway snowmobile tours will provide you a unique experience, and the possibilities are practically endless. Planet Ride will help you find the itinerary and even the vehicle that perfectly fit your needs. You can also choose many of the other aspects of your Norway snowmobiling trip, including your group, and your local guide. Then, you’ll head off for an absolutely unforgettable trip! Our specialist partners will help you discover the beauty, culture, and richness of the lands you explore, while also offering any technical assistance you may need. Choose a route and get your adrenaline pumping in this beautiful arctic wilderness!
You can rely on Planet Ride to be your trusted Third Party through the entire trip process, from booking online to riding through the pristine snows of northern Norway. We have a Quality Charter signed by us and all of our travel partners to guarantee it! We offer the best value for the money, security of payment, and vehicle insurance. You can also read traveller ratings and reviews to judge for yourself!
For all your snowmobile adventure needs, look no further than Planet Ride!
Tourism Ideas for Norway
The beauty of northern Norway’s wilderness is its main attraction. The fjords throughout the country, the Nordkapp, or prehistoric rock carvings in Alta are all possible visits. You could even head to the northernmost scuba diving center in the world, which is located in Kongsfjord! Whatever you do before or after you snowmobile Norway, do not miss the Northern Lights!