Join us for an evening fatbike trip along the many scenic fatbike, dog sledding and snowmobile trails in the Alta Valley. Unforgettable nature-based experience with a large portion of exercise included for good measure. On this three hours trip we use powerful head torches that light up the forest and trails.
If we switch off the torches, there’s a good chance we will spot the majestic Northern Lights dancing in the sky above us! It does not get much cooler than this!
We stop en route at one of the Alta Valley’s many rustic shelters to light a fire and enjoy snacks/a light meal and tea/coffee brewed on the fire.
The duration of the tour is three hours, from the time you are picked up at your hotel until you are dropped off again (6pm – 9pm). We will determine the length and level of the trip based on the participants’ fitness level and cycling experience. Normal biking time will be 60-90 min.
The tour price includes pick up from your hotel, rental of a fatbike, helmet, down filled jacket, head torch and Neos overshoes. The bikes are fitted with platform pedals. If you would prefer clipless pedals, just let us know (and then you won’t need the Neos overshoes).
We recommend that you bring a small backpack with space for some spare clothes, such as a down jacket to wear during the break! If not, we will fix it!
(After 20 March, it becomes too light to experience Northern Lights on this tour. If seeing the Aurora is your main aim, we suggest joining us on our Evening Tour Hunting the Northern Lights. We cover a wider area by minibus and, in addition, that tour also starts later.)
Kr 1 100,- per person
(kr 700,- for children u/12 år)
Included fatbike/mtb, helmet, transfer, headlamp, down filled jacket, warm shoes covers, snacks and guide.
19:00 – 22:00
Year around, but not always on snow. Note that Aurora will be possible to see from October to March, if clear weather.
We will have snow from approx November to april. If no snow we will use a normal mtb.
What to wear
On this tour its nice to wear ski pants and jacket, or similar, hat and mittens. If the temperature is low, woolen long johns and shirt.
If you have a down filled jacket, bring it, it will be nice to put on in the brake.
On you feet you should wear two pairs of woolen socks (preferable, a thin and a thick pair)
What to bring
Bring a back pack to put your extra stuff into, and a camera and tripod.
If you lack some of this, we can help you with a down filled jacket, hat, mittens, tripod and a back pack.