4493747615 726d1ee80b z Four snowshoe adventure trips for this winter

 

We have prepared four adventure trips with snowshoes for this winter that will leave you with your mouth open. Swedish Lapland, Norway and Transylvania await us.

The great advantage of snowshoeing is that it does not require previous experience and you immediately get the hang of it. In return they allow you to walk through inaccessible places and enjoy unique landscapes that perhaps could only be accessed with cross-country or cross-country skis.

Kungsleden

Hiking with snowshoes in Swedish Lapland, 200 kilometers above the Arctic Circle. Discover what it means to be at the end of the world, away from everything and having the only eternal companion the snowy mantle. A trek for people looking for an unusual adventure, in which they have not seen Spanish people in at least the last 25 years.

Snowshoeing in Transylvania

An adventure trip to Romania, traversing the birthplace of Count Dracula and the Carpathian Mountains. Discover a region outside all touristic circuit, with routes of little difficulty and possible sightings of wolves and bears. A trip with snowshoes for people unaccustomed to them, with short days of walking full of spectacular, and sightseeing of great interest.

All Lapland

Multi-adventure trip in the Arctic Circle. A spectacular and undemanding trip, for people wanting to discover Lapland in winter. Discover the life of the Sami people, walk through huge frozen lakes, drive your own huskies sled, photograph the northern lights from your snowmobile, and practice cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Snowshoeing and Kayaking in the Norwegian Fjords

An adventure trip with kayaks and snowshoes on the Norwegian coast, near Trondheim and the Arctic Circle. You can practice and discover sea kayaking in the northernmost Norwegian fjords; No previous kayak experience is required. Begin to walk with snowshoes from the level of the sea and reaches to summits of almost 1000 meters, like Storøra and Skarven.

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