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Northern Europe 1-Day Tour Reviews
GREENLAND'S NORTHERN LIGHTS
4 - Very Good
“Probably the very best way in a short time to see and understand eastern Greenland, its awesome scenery and a remoteness unfamiliar to the vast majority of us. Titling it 'Northern Lights' though was perhaps risky and could be misleading; we did see them but only just and was certainly not the highlight for me.”
5 - Excellent
“This trip was so much more than a classic cross-country week. It was one of those holidays where at times you were pushed out of your comfort zone but the sense of achievement was well worth it! We climbed up 2 mountains on skis, skied in the dark and for one of the night lit a fire to heat a lakeside sauna and slept in a really cute wilderness hut.”
You deserve this trip as a reward for all your hard work learning to cross-country ski: this is the fun bit!
5 - Excellent
“We really felt that we had a taste of what it must be like to be Scandinavian on this holiday, making the most of the glorious scenery and winter activities (well, apart from being able to ski with the effortless ease of the locals, obviously!). The skiing is superb, on and off-track, rolling countryside with some achievable summits, beautiful scenery and barely any other people. We did so many things during this incredibly busy, varied week and enjoyed it all so much. We learned some animal tracks (and to identify droppings, who knew that the seasonal changes in moose poo was so interesting!), went into an ice cave behind a frozen waterfall, went night-skiing, cooked hot-dogs for lunch in a mountain hut and went snowshoeing. On the night in the wilderness hut, discovering how much we take water for granted was a real revelation. When you have chopped the wood made a fire, collected snow, melted it and then heated it up, you really appreciate your cup of tea!”