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Up for a trip far into the ice? The guide takes you 50 meters into a man-made ice tunnel and 7000 years back in time. Arrows, shoes and other artifacts – melted out from snow drifts in Jotunheimen – are displayed in the ice walls. You'll also see a...more
Ice tunnel dug out by hand. Ice sculptures made by same person who does the Swedish ice hotel. Once you’re in you walk around in 7000 year old ice. Really good guides. Very knowledgeable. English was very good. Knows a lot about the area and...More
We went on an afternoon tour. The guide was knowledgeable and nice. His English was really good. It’s a bit of a drive to get up there and you pay a toll of 100kr but it’s worth the views and scenery. The tour through the...More
We did the 10.30 tour and the walkway with the information from out guide was very good. Clear explanation. The ice tunnel was awesome. What a lot of work it was to make it. But it's beautiful with all the ice sculptures with the mythological...More
We had a tour last week (around July 11) and it was so interesting. The tour guide new his stuff and we highly recommend this to anyone who visits the area. You will not be disappointed and will learn a few new things.
As long as you are prepared, I think you can't go wrong. This is not a hike. This is not walking inside a glacier. This is a human-made tunnel. Now you're prepared. It's a slow, very cold and informative walk to the ice tunnel. You...More
Even thought it is summer you'll want warm clothes when visiting. The cave itself is 28F and outside it can be even colder when the wind is blowing. There is a small lodge where the tour begins that sells hats and gloves, but it is...More
After a very impressive drive up by car, we arrived at Juvasshytta. How cold it was up there. The thermometer said 5 degrees C but with the cold wind it felt much colder. Go prepared and bring gloves and a hat. Any try to bring...More
This is a rare opportunity to enter into 6.600 years old ice in a safe way. The glacier and the ice cave itself is fantastic, but you also get a fascinating story. The guides were friendly and very knowledgeable.
It was first chance for us to come closer to glasiers and especially great was trip inside..We have great gide who tell us lot about nature,geological processes,flora and fauna,excursion was very informative and fun! Thank you! I would reccomend everybody
It was a cool experience to go inside a tunnel with historical objects from several thousands years ago. There is a short video presentation inside the tunnel which was really awesome. If anyone goes to Lom or nearby place, has to visit this tunnel once.