Trappers’ Day on Snowshoes

Learn about how to survive in the wilderness like the famous Norwegian explorers did. This exciting and informative activity combines the joys of snowshoeing in the snow-covered forest with practical and fascinating information from our knowledgeable wilderness guide.

Learn how to make a campfire with a magnesium stone instead of matches, as well as a variety of other skills needed to survive in the wilderness. You will learn about local flora and fauna, how to avoid any natural obstacles covered by the snow and which animals made the footprints we discover. If you are lucky, you may even see a willow grouse or an Arctic hare going about their daily routine. When you return from the adventure, you will have a much wider perspective of the local nature.

The recommended minimum age is 8.
Warm underwear (wool or fleece is recommended)

09.30 – 13.00 – For beginners (Level 1)
14.00 – 17.30 – Level 2

All equipment: snowshoes, warm thermal suit, boots, gloves and hat
Light meal (vegetarian food is served if prior notice is given)

16. November to 31 March

2-12 people