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Gene­ral: Heley­sund, Orm­ho­let and Straum­s­land Heley­sund is the nar­row strait that sepa­ra­tes the nort­hern tip of Bar­entsøya from Spits­ber­gen. The strait is dif­fi­cult to see from the distance and it was belie­ved well into the 19th cen­tu­ry that Bar­entsøya was part of Spits­ber­gen, alt­hough it was occa­sio­nal­ly seen and pro­bab­ly navi­ga­ted as ear­ly as the 17th cen­tu­ry. For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book S… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Edgeøya For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard Gene­ral: Edgeøya (‘Edge-Island’) is the third-lar­gest island wit­hin the Sval­bard archi­pe­la­go, with 5150 km2. It is named after Tho­mas Edge, an Eng­lish wha­ler of the 17th cen­tu­ry. It is pro­tec­ted as part of of the Sou­the­ast Sval­bard Natu­re Reser­ve. Geo­lo­gy: As Bar­entsøya. Rather uni­form Tri­as­sic sedi­ments… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Gene­ral: Bar­entsøya (‘Bar­ents-Island’). Land area appro­xi­mate­ly 1300 km2, 50 km long and wide. Named after Wil­lem Bar­ents, the ‘offi­cial’ dis­co­ve­rer of Spits­ber­gen. Bar­entsøya is very simi­lar to Edgeøya; tho­se two islands are sepa­ra­ted by the sce­nic Free­man­sund, which is only a few kilo­me­tres wide. Bar­entsøya is often sur­roun­ded by ice well into the sum­mer. Tog­e­ther with Edgeøya, it is part of the So… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Krossfjord. For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard Pho­to gal­le­ries Krossfjord Scroll down to the end of this page or use the links below to see pho­tos, sor­ted in several gal­le­ries, from five pla­ces of inte­rest in Krossfjord: Krossfjord pho­to gal­le­ry 1: Fjor­ten­de Juli­buk­ta Krossfjord pho­to gal­le­ry 2: Lil­lie­höök­breen Krossfjord pho­to gal­le­ry 3: Möl­lerfjord, Lloyds Hotel Krossfjord phot… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Plea­se click on the map for fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on. Call detail regi­ons on the map abo­ve or on the fol­lowing links: Augus­t­abuk­ta, Vibe­buk­ta Brås­vell­breen, Aus­t­fon­na Føynøya Hin­lo­pen Lågøya Murchi­son­fjord Rijpfjord Sjuøya­ne Storøya Wahlen­bergfjord For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard Gene­ral: Nord­aus­t­land (‘Nor­the­ast­land’) is with 15 000 km2 the se… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

For more infor­ma­ti­on, click on are­as of the map below. Lomfjord Sorgfjord Alkef­jel­let Wahlenbergfjord/Palanderbukta Islands in Hin­lo­pen Augus­t­abuk­ta – Vibe­buk­ta Murchi­son­fjord For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard Gene­ral: Strait bet­ween Spits­ber­gen and Nord­aus­t­land. Sce­nic place with inte­res­ting histo­ry and rich wild­life – one of my favou­rite pla­ces in Sval­bard!… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Isfjord

Spitsbergen's largest fjord: an overview

Clock­wi­se: T = Trygg­ham­na, P = Pyra­mi­den, L = Lon­gye­ar­by­en, G = Grum­ant­by­en, C = Cole­s­buk­ta, G = Grønfjord, B = Bar­ents­burg. This page is just for a first over­view. The­re are more pages about various pla­ces in Isfjord which you can access by cli­cking on the map abo­ve or on the fol­lowing links: Advent­fjord, Lon­gye­ar­by­en Dick­son Land, Bill­efjord Grønfjord, Cole­s­da­len, Grum­ant­by­en Kapp Lin­né Isfjord nort­hern si… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

For more detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on about Svalbard’s islands and fjords, plea­se check out the gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard. Gene­ral: Sce­nic fjord that cuts from Hin­lo­pen into nor­the­as­tern Spits­ber­gen. The fjord is main­ly visi­ted becau­se of nice hiking oppor­tu­nities in the side bay Faks­e­vå­gen. It can also be shel­te­red in case of strong winds else­whe­re. The name is most likely deri­ved from an old, Dut­ch… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Here, you will find some hints and ide­as regar­ding what you can do in Spits­ber­gen. Final­ly, it depends on your tas­te (and bank account…). You will also find links to tour ope­ra­tors in my link collec­tion. For more, detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on: the Gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen-Sval­bard Tours to most parts of the Sval­bard archi­pe­la­go need to be regis­tered at the Sys­sel­man­nen (gou­ver­nor of Sval­bard). If you book a tour, then the tour o… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Grønfjord-Cole­s­buk­ta

Natural and human history

Map: Grønfjord-Cole­s­buk­ta. Gene­ral This page is about the natu­ral and human histo­ry of the Grønfjord area and the Isfjord coast fur­ther east. The­re is a dedi­ca­ted page about Bar­ents­burg. In ear­lier times, Grønfjord was known as Green Har­bour. Both names mean the same. Grønfjord from abo­ve as a snow land­s­cape in March. Seen from the sche­du­led flight, view to the nor­thwest. But the area is, of cour­se, hea­vi­ly influ­en­ced by… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Horn­sund. Click on the yel­low are­as to view pho­to gal­le­ries of the indi­vi­du­al are­as. I = Isbjørn­ham­na (Polish Station)/ Hans­breen, G-B = Gnå­lod­den, Bur­ger­buk­ta, T = Tres­ke­len, B = Bre­pol­len, B = Bau­ta­en, S = Sama­rin­vå­gen, H = Horn­sund­tind, G = Gås­ham­na Pho­to Gal­le­ries: Horn­sund I = Isbjørn­ham­na (Polish rese­arch sta­ti­on), Hans­breen G-B = Gnå­lod­den, Bur­ger­buk­ta T = Tres­ke­len B = Brep… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Map: Advent­fjord and Lon­gye­ar­by­en. Gene­ral On this page, I am most­ly focus­sing on Advent­fjord rather than on the sett­le­ment of Lon­gye­ar­by­en its­elf. To descri­be Lon­gye­ar­by­en in detail would serious­ly go bey­ond the scope of this page – that’s what we’ve got the gui­de­book Spits­ber­gen – Sval­bard for 😉 Advent­fjord is the most den­se­ly popu­la­ted part of Sval­bard. Lon­gye­ar­by­en is resi­dence of the Nor­we­gi… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Ever­y­bo­dy is loo­king for­ward to Spits­ber­gen with its gre­at and varied land­s­capes and its wild­life. Several days of full sunshi­ne, snow­shoe hikes and encoun­ters with rein­de­er and wal­rus­ses. Stun­ning sce­ne­ry from the outer coast to the inner fjords, from the tun­dra to the gla­ciers. And even though we do not mana­ge to find a polar bear – we have kept che­cking the coast­li­ne for days on end, but you do need that bit of luck,… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Spits­ber­gen 06/30–2015/07/17

30th June – 17th July, 2015

Expec­ta­ti­ons are natu­ral­ly high when you spend 18 days tra­vel­ling Spits­ber­gen, but what the­se 18 days altog­e­ther had to offer excee­ded most, if not all, expec­ta­ti­ons. Regard­less if you think of the big ani­mals, the polar bears, wal­rus­ses and wha­les, all the other wild­life, birdcliffs, rein­de­er and polar fox, geese, ducks and other tun­dra dwel­lers, the sce­ne­ry with all its dif­fe­rent facets. The expe­ri­ence of tra­vel… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Most ani­mal spe­ci­es in Spits­ber­gen are birds, most­ly sea­b­irds. All­tog­e­ther, about 30 bird spe­ci­es are regis­tered as regu­lar bree­ders in Spits­ber­gen (Green­land: 60, for com­pa­ri­son), in addi­ti­on comes a lar­ger num­bers of more or less regu­lar or rare vagrants. The most nume­rous bird is the Litt­le auk (alle alle), also the Brunich’s Guil­lemot is bree­ding in huge colo­nies. The­re are dif­fe­rent gulls: com… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

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