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Depending on the season, it's somewhere between "never" and "never got as far as sunrise". See where we are now at timeanddate.com.
Pretty near the top of the world! See where we are on Google Maps.
See for yourself via this local webcam from Komsa hilltop.
We're on Central European Time - but here's the current time if you don't feel like counting.
Check this regularly-updated list to see what cruise ships will dock in Alta, and when.
Answers to this and many other technical questions about the harbor can be found in the current port information sheet.
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|Available:||June 15 - August 17|
|Times:||13:00 - 15:00|
|Price:||Adults: 700,- |
Children 12/under: 500,-
No children under age 3
Ever since people first came to this area, the Alta River has been an important part of life here. The river supports a broad ecosystem of plants and animals, and it provides a plentiful supply of fish for the people that live here. Along with the fishing and ecology, the scenery along the entire river is nothing short of spectacular, and one of the best ways to experience that is by boat.
Your tour will start at one of the camping sites just outside of Alta. You'll board a long, narrow, wooden boat - the style has been used along the river for centuries - and motor upstream. Your expert guide will navigate your boat safely along the river, pointing out sites as you go. You'll travel up to an area in the river known as Nedre Sierra, a prime location for watching the river's fat salmon jumping. Afterwards, you'll return downriver to your starting place.
The tour includes safety gear for the boat, the boat ride (approximately three hours in duration), and hot or cold drinks along the way.