Hike to the Ice Cap

This guided hike is suitable for participants that are able to walk at least 6 km in mountain terrain. We go by bus as far as the road will take us and continue by foot through the Flower Valley with its colourful sub-arctic flora. Lunch at the top of a 300 m high mountain with views over the glacier and the Ice Cap. For participants in good physical shape it will be possible to walk down and touch the Ice Cap.

Susie Mann, I can't put into words how much I value this trip. As you know I am 78, but what you don't know is I lived in Germany 6 years, Okinawa, Thailand, traveled extensively through the far east and Europe, lived every where in the US from Washington DC, to San Francisco, to New York, to Texas and several states in between, I was even in Rio during Carnival one year, plus Caribbean travel. . I am no stranger to travel I must admit due to personal finance problems that I caused my travel slowed down for several years. But, this trip was the most fantastic that I ever had. It revealed so much to me that I never knew. And for some reason I could relate to it all. Thank you so much. After the disastrous air travel and arriving in Vilnius every thing went perfect. With all the air problems the driver was waiting for me. The on to the hotel where I met up with Giedrius Cyras to find out I was a group of 1. Again thank you for not canceling the trip. I learned so much, I am just getting out of the fog from the air travel is why you haven"t heard from me sooner. Again I have to thank you Nordic Saga tours to all. Curas was a fantastic guide, he was so knowledgeable, helpful, and tireless,I don't know if the trip would have been as great with another guide. What a wonderful experience the best trip I ever had. I must thank you again. S. Seligson