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We made almost 260 miles in 36 hours, a lar­ge part of it under sails. From Bar­entsøya to Bellsund. In Recher­chefjord, we made a lovely litt­le moun­tain hike, enjoy­ing insi­de impres­si­ons from a real arc­tic cloud, and a walk over the tun­dra and along the beach to a gla­cier lagoon. Later in Van Keu­len­fjord, it was qui­te grey and win­dy, but with ple­nty of rein­de­er on the tun­dra and grey phalar­o­pes on the beach. Gal­le­ry – Bell­su… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Here in Tjuvfjord we can enjoy the rare fee­ling to explo­re new waters and lands. Not too many peop­le have been here befo­re, and cer­tain­ly not too many tou­rists. This was a clas­si­cal hun­ting area during the years of the trap­pers. We find a rea­son­ab­ly well shel­te­red lan­ding site and hike over a wide-open, bar­ren coas­tal plain to the flat-top­ped mou­tains that are stret­ching all the way along this coast. Vom one of the tops we h… 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

The long trip from Woodfjord to Krossfjord went quicker and smoot­her than expec­ted, we were mental­ly pre­pa­red for some wind and sea, which did not hap­pen, but who would mind? Alt­hough, the wea­ther did chan­ge. The clouds were low abo­ve Lil­lie­höök­breen, with some fresh snow on the sur­roun­ding moun­tains. A com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent atmo­s­phe­re. Pho­to Lil­lie­hook­breen 21. Sep­tem­ber 2015 – 1/2 The­re was also fresh snow on the c… 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

Home Spits­ber­gen infor­ma­ti­on Islands: Spits­ber­gen & Co. Heley­sund – Edgeøya – Bar­entsøya – Tus­enøya­ne Heley­sund & Orm­ho­let, Straum­s­land Edgeøya Bar­entsøya Tus­enøya­ne Ryke Yse Øya­ne Kong Karls Land Kvi­tøya Hopen Bear Island – Bjørnøya Prins Karls For­land Spits­ber­gen (Nort­hern part) Raudfjord-Lief­defjord-Woodfjord Sorgfjord Mof­fen Dans­køya, Ams­ter­damøya, Mag­da­le­n­efjord Wij­defjord Krossfjord Kongsfjord Raudfjord… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Our first day out and away from Lon­gye­ar­by­en! Our first stop is Ny-Åle­sund in Kongsfjord, a gra­du­al tran­si­ti­on from civi­li­sa­ti­on to wil­der­ness. The vil­la­ge is calm today, goo­se fami­lies are fee­ding on the tun­dra bet­ween the houses. While we walk around, Alex gives a talk about the past and pre­sence of Ny-Åle­sund, I give a talk about Roald Amund­sen and all the north pole expe­di­ti­ons through the cen­tu­ries and as we ha… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Let’s for­get yes­ter­day. Too many tough hours were spent criss-cros­sing Storfjord, back and forth, in strong wind and high seas, try­ing to find an ope­ning in the ice and a pas­sa­ge south. What loo­ked like a pas­sa­ge tur­ned out to be a dead-end road. The east coast of Spits­ber­gen loo­ked so clo­se, Horn­sund­tind was clear­ly visi­ble, but as out-of-reach as the moon. Habe­nicht­buk­ta – 01st + 02nd August 2015 Final­ly we decla­red the… 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

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

Reinda­len

360°-Panoramas

Reinda­len 1  Copy URL  pano anchor link: #Reindalen_13April14_271_HDR Reinda­len ist Spitsbergen’s lar­gest ice-free val­ley. A lar­ge part of the regio­nal rein­de­er popu­la­ti­on is fee­ding on hund­reds of squa­re kilo­me­tres of tun­dra in just this val­ley. Reinda­len 2  Copy URL  pano anchor link: #Reindalen_13April14_116_HDR The dimen­si­ons of the land­s­cape are see­min­gly end­less. The val­ley is a good ten kilo­me­tres wide at its m… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Some days in and around Lon­gye­ar­by­en can be much more inte­res­ting than some may think. Espe­cial­ly if the time is well spent with some good hikes in the val­leys and up the moun­tains in the vicini­ty of the sett­le­ment. Tun­dra, rivers, gla­ciers, gre­at views from moun­tain tops, flo­ra in late-sum­mer colou­ra­ti­on, rein­de­er, birds … what else might one want? And all of this, of cour­se, in gre­at late-sum­mer light! Well, ok, we di… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

Con­si­de­ring public news, July was a rather calm mon­th in Spits­ber­gen. Which is gre­at. No news are good news. Of cour­se, the­re is always some­thing, but all wit­hin rea­son. The rein­de­er were doing well, the­re were no avalan­ches and no extre­me wea­ther situa­tions. We could pret­ty much just enjoy! And so we did, most­ly with SV Anti­gua. We star­ted actual­ly alrea­dy in late June, and the first high­light – I am com­ing to my pers… 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

It is a gre­at start into the day, waking up with the noi­se of a thun­de­ring gla­cier. We are ancho­red near Blom­strand­breen. Blom­strand­hal­vøya is the the­me of the day. The choice is eit­her a walk clo­ser to sea level or a cros­sing of the island inclu­ding the hig­hest „peaks“ reaching 385 metres abo­ve sea level. Not Mount Ever­est, but abso­lute­ly enough for some stun­ning views of Kongsfjord. Back to the ship along the old mining pl… Con­ti­nue rea­ding

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