Arctic Panorama – cable car excursion
Transfer to and from Tromsø city centre to the cable car start point
Local guide throughout
A light meal of coffee or tea, accompanied by traditional
Cable car ticket
Northern lights -
Tour by bus
Transfer by bus or minibus to the best spot in Tromsø to see the northern light
Local guide throughout
We provide you with a little a snack upon arrival
Hot drink included
We have more than 10 years of experience with excursions in Arctic Norway.
Our managing director in Tromsø, Mr Knut Schreuder, is a local with extensive knowledge of Tromsø and the very best excursions it has to offer. Knut´s people skills and experience wihtin logistics makes every trip run like clockwork.
Our guides really love their job and are always ready to assist you. With their solid backgrounds and local knowledge, they guarantee a safe and memorable stay with all the best of what Arctic Norway has to offer.
The cable car runs from Solliveien in Tromsdalen up to the mountain ledge Storsteinen (421 m above sea level) in just four minutes. The two gondolas, known as Seal and Polar bear, each have a capacity of 28 passengers. From the viewing platform at the upper station, you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of Tromsø and the surrounding islands, mountains and fjords. At the fully licensed Fjellstua restaurant, you can have a delicious dinner based on local produce or select light meals from the café menu, while you take pleasure in the view.
Welcome to the Tromsø Cable Car – proud supplier of views since 1961.
Tromsø is the Gateway to the Arctic. It has the most Northern Lights in the world, 2 months of Midnight Sun, a lively, colourful downtown rich in Arctic history, and is surrounded by the drama of the Lyngen Alps, blue fjords and hundreds of islands. It is also a surprise mere 2000 kms from the North Pole!
At a latitude of nearly 70 degrees north, four days of sailing from Bergen and a two-hour flight from Oslo, Murmansk or Longyearbyen, rests the capital of Northern Norway at the same latitude as Alaska and Siberia. The gateway to the Arctic is situated between islands, fiords and mountain peaks in the most spectacular of Arctic scenary.
A century ago, visitors were surprised to find culture, intellectual life and the current fashions so far north, and the city derived it´s other nickname, Paris of the North. That reputation lives on today. Visitors to Tromsø are charmed by the city’s patriotic, loud and obliging residents, by a historical, compact and characteristic town centre, and by a lively and active cultural scene all year round. They also come for the Northern Lights, Polar Nights and the Midnight Sun in the summer. Tromsø´s excellent attractions also include the wildly varying weather and the ample opportunity for experience - based travel.