Arctic Ice Fishing
Take a short snowshoe walk to a nearby lake to try your hand at some ice-fishing before enjoying the taste of your freshly caught and cooked catch of the day.
Snowshoe to your off-the-beaten-track location and cut your own hole in the ice.
Learn the best fishing techniques, and with luck, catch a few trout or Arctic char.
Enjoy the taste of your own freshly caught fish back at the restaurant, a traditional lavvo tent.
Winter (January 1–March 31)
Level 3: Active - good mobility needed
Ice fishing involves long periods of sitting still on the ice. Snowshoes are provided. A drink and the chance to taste the catch of the day are included.
Think fishing is only for the summer months? Nope. Even with lakes covered in a thick layer of ice, fishing is still possible.
We’ll go on a short snowshoe walk to our ice-fishing location, taking an ice drill, fishing rods, bait, warm clothes, reindeer skins to sit on, and a hot beverage to keep us warm. Bring a healthy dose of luck with you to catch some trout or Arctic char for dinner.
Your guide will explain how to drill a hole in the ice and teach you the best fishing techniques to encourage the fish to bite.
After spending a while on the ice, we’ll return to our restaurant in a lavvo tent to warm up by the fire and enjoy our catch of the day, prepared and cooked to perfection by the restaurant’s chefs.