Try Cross-Country Skiing in Tromsø 

Once in Norway you cannot leave without trying our national sport! Use this opportunity to learn about the basics of cross-country skiing in a scenic and relaxed environment and do what the locals love.

  • Easy and pleasant activity in small group everybody can join and enjoy.
  • Activity with focus on learning new skills.
  • Short transfers, no irrelevant boring talking, active time, great fun.
  • The best option for guests with none or little experience in skiing.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 3: Active - good mobility needed

  • Duration

    3hrs

  • Max. passengers

    20

  • Booking code

    E-TOS9

  • From

    159 €

  • Notices

    An overall good physical condition is needed to join this trip. As the weather can change quickly in the Northern Norway, everyone has to wear warm clothes - wind-proof jacket/trousers, hats and mittens on the tour.

This tour is an introduction into cross-country skiing for beginners. We ski in flat terrain, mostly on prepared trails on the top of the Tromsøya island, a short drive away from the city-centre. At first, we teach you how to put the skis on and off and then we begin to ski using basic techniques in a completely flat area. More techniques follow, and by the end of the tour you can challenge yourself on small hills. We ski toward the north part of the island in a scenic area with birch and spruce forests. After skiing we will take a break to sit down beside the bonfire and you will be served hot drink and lefse. You will have some time to ask your guide more about our nature, the Arctic or just everyday life in Tromsø. Biggest risk of this trip? After the tour you will most likely be able to practice new acquired skills on your own, and probably start thinking about coming back here again, for longer.  

Practical information:

  • Language: English and German.

  • Included: Skis, poles, ski boots, hot drink, sweet snack, guide and transfer (5min. each way).

  • Remarks/requirements: An overall good physical condition is needed to join this trip. As the weather can change quickly in the Northern Norway, everyone has to wear warm clothes - wind-proof jacket/trousers, hats and mittens on the tour. 

  • Walking information: Between 1 – 3km. Terrain is mostly flat with a small hill (5m or less), where we practice going up and down. 

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.