Trapper Lodge

Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, 9171, Norway | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Longyearbyen


A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... at one stage.!
Arctic terns,clever wee things, fiercely protecting their nests,and doing harm if necessary.Barnacle geese,not doing so well in that department,with only the odd gosling left.Polar bears rarely come here.,they want ice and seals..and in summer that is not here,but just a few k's away it is, and they are regularly sighted.Most people are armed, in case...
They have here ,built into the mountain ,the ...

Back on dry land

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 12, 2014

18 photos

... place and I have included all the photos that I've taken today just to show what it is like. The hotel is a treasure and is located on what could only be called an industrial site. The couple who booked in with us thought they were getting a double room and they got bunk beds!!!. Enjoy the photos.

On to Oslo tomorrow afternoon. Have an art gallery to visit in the morning.


The most magical place on the planet.

A travel blog entry by emily.gellard on Oct 28, 2013

19 photos

... Then, he heaved out of the water, and turned back to look at us for a few seconds then made his way up the Mountain. I couldn't believe how close we were and I truly got to feel the power and beauty of these AMAZING creatures...I was a very very very very happy Em :D.

So there you go folks, that's my little Arctic story. Sorry to anyone who fell asleep, I'm no J.K.Rowling ;) but wanted to share that little snippet...truly the most amazing place I have ever been!

Searching the Past

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jul 08, 2013

45 photos

... being alone I decided to return. I spent a couple minutes exploring the area, looking at the shaft and old equipment before going outside to find Nat. A seat here offered us a fine view of the city and Longyearbyen. Before heading down, I decided to climb the last incline to the top cabin before returning. Nat said she wait here for my return. It was a slippy climb over loose black and gravel. In the top cabin was the mining wheel mechanism, and above that, the upper ...

Husky Encounter

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jul 05, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... as Natalie has started to feel quite sick.
Our experience today started at 3pm. By then, the rain had cleared. We were picked up from our guesthouse and taken out on the only main road out of Longyearbyen, about 12km. Here we stopped at the spot where 30 huskies lived. Each had their own doghouse with their names printed; Viking, Osta, Speed, Jimmy, Hendrix, Lulu, John, near every dog rose to attention at our arrival. We were given waterproof ...