Adventures AT Isfjord Radio

At Isfjord Radio Adventure Hotel you are situate at the very west coast of Svalbard. We offer an exclusive menu of adventures that you can take part in during your stay. Pick your favourite activities from the below list. Click to read more and add to your shopping cart together with your hotel booking to Isfjord Radio. And your summer holiday plans are ready!

Daily adventures can be booked directly at Isfjord Radio Hotel at latest the evening before but do recommend to pre-book.

A wide fjord opens at 78°N on the west coast of Spitsbergen. Looking north you will see the distinct sailing mark Alkhornet. Looking south you will find Isfjord Radio Adventure Hotel, your home far away from home. Isfjorden is a gigantic fjord complex with cultural monuments from all Svalbard’s historical periods. Hop on ISFJORD-EKSPRESSEN and explore the glaciers and characteristic mountains, bird- and wildlife that is conspicuous with great activity and traffic of nesting birds.

Selected dates
2 hours
June-September
Lunch included
Min. age 2
per person 1,290 nok
Next departure 4th Sep 2019

Join your Isfjord Radio guide on one of our favourite tracks along the old radio poles of the station given three optional route and activity alternatives. The hike will be approximately 10-16 km long depending on route.

Tue, Thur, Sat
7 hours
June-September
Min. 4 participants
Lunch, coffee,/tea & snacks
per person 1,490 nok
Next departure 20th Aug 2019

Join us on a walking safari on the Arctic tundra and along the shoreline of Spitsbergen’s west coast. The surrounding nature and the views are beautiful and seemingly endless. The hike is lead by your Isfjord Radio guide and one of our Alaska huskies.

Wed, Fri, Sun
4 hours
June-September
Min. 4 partisipants
Warm drinks
per person 790 nok
Next departure 21st Aug 2019

This is a two hour walks with one of our Alaskan Huskies and our Station Guide at Isfjord Radio Adventure hotel. This walk can vary depending on the weather and the time of year. The experience can change but the content of the walk will always include local knowledge of flora and fauna, geology, birdlife/birdwatching, wildlife such as seals, whales and walruses and the life of a trapper on Svalbard.

Mon-Fri
2 hours
June-September
Min. 2 partisipants
per person 490 nok
Next departure 19th Aug 2019

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