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|Available:||June 20 - August 20|
|Times:||10:00 - 13:00|
|Price:||Per person: 1700,-|
For you, it’s a tour; for us, it is one of the ways we regularly enjoy life and nature in Alta. Come join us as we go fishing, make a campfire, relax and enjoy the company of our family and friends. We try to catch a fish or two and then we prepare them on the fire… and if we don’t get any fish? No problem, we will grill some hot dogs instead!
Fish or no fish, the tour itself is always the most important thing. We will be out on a small peninsula where we take some time to explore the surroundings. The peninsula holds some small fortresses from WW2 that we can inspect during the tour – lots of opportunity for storytelling!
The tour includes transport, hot beverages, snacks, a light meal and the use of fishing equipment. If there is heavy rain, we won't be bringing family or friends along on the tour. Definitely bring good walking shoes and a warm jacket! The way is not especially difficult, but it is over rough terrain, and our summer arctic weather can feel more like autumn to those from down south.