The name Pasvik carries a certain weight for us nature enthusiasts. The national park is an extended branch of the Siberian taiga. Here we find primeval forest, wetland areas, a few low ridges, small lakes and scattered pine forests. In other words, we are in a unique natural area within Norway's borders. Join us on a different skiing expedition this winter!
- A skiing expedition completely out of the ordinary!
- Great chance of seeing the northern lights along the way
- Overnight at the snow hotel in Kirkenes
- The trip is well suited as a first-time trip with a pulk and tent
- Treriksrøysa (Where the Russian, Finnish and Norwegian borders meet)
- A unique nature experience
From Kirkenes Airport it is only two hours to Nyrud, where our skiing expedition starts. Four enchanting days on the Siberian taiga await. We go via Grensefoss to Treriksrøysa, before heading north again across Ødevann and towards Ellenkoia. The last stage takes us out of the national park and to Ellentjørnkoia where we are picked up and transported back to Kirkenes. A final night awaits here in quite spectacular surroundings. We will be staying at the Snøhotellet in Kirkenes.
Our trip to Pasvik is not only a wonderful nature experience, it is also a trip that is very suitable for first-time travelers with sleds and tents. The stages are relatively short, the terrain fairly simple and the route adaptable. The weather in Pasvik in winter is relatively stable, snowy and cold. Pasvik is also located, like the rest of Troms and Finnmark, in the Northern Lights belt. We are therefore crossing our fingers for cloudless winter evenings so that we can experience this spectacular light phenomenon.
We at Norrøna Hvitserk are unanimous in our opinion, this is going to be an unforgettable experience!