King Crab Adventure (Winter)

Accompany a Norwegian fisherman for the day and learn how fishermen catch king crab in winter in Norway. Then, feast on the day’s catch at a traditional boathouse.

  • Be taken on a thrilling snowmobile-pulled sleigh onto the frozen sea
  • See king crab cages being hauled up through a hole in the ice.
  • Watch a local chef prepare the crab in the traditional way.
  • Enjoy a king crab meal in a beautiful boathouse by the fjord.
  • Direction

    Northbound Direction

  • Season

    Winter (Nov - Mar), Spring (Apr - May)

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone*

  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Min. passengers


  • Max. passengers


  • Booking Code


  • From

    $ 372

  • Notices

    Bring comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing. Special thermal and protective clothing for the sleigh ride is provided.

Travel across the frozen Barents Sea on a snowmobile-driven sleigh amid the fantastic scenery. An experienced fisherman will accompany us and tell us all about the giant crustaceans that have made these icy waters their home.

Red king crabs are considered ‘royalty’, simply because of their size. A single king crab can weigh up to 22 pounds and have an impressive leg span of around 6.5 feet.

Watch as the fisherman cuts a hole in the ice and hauls crab cages out of the depths. Be ready to lend a hand if he asks!

We continue via snowmobile to the quaint boathouse that is located beside the fjord. After the chef prepares and cooks the crab, we’ll settle down to a hearty meal with today’s catch. It doesn’t get any fresher than this! The portions will be generous and the crab delicious, so you’ll surely leave the table satisfied.


  • Disembarking port: Kirkenes
  • Embarking Port: Kirkenes
  • Available period: December 01 – April 20
  • Transportation: Bus and snowmobile
  • Meals on the trip: King crab, warm drink, water
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing.
  • Note: Clothing available depending on weather.
  • Age limit: Minimum 7 years old, with parent (there must be one adult per child)