Yellow, blue, and white. These are the colors of the ice you can see on an ice canyoning tour guided by the trained staff of the Hindsaeter Fjellhotell.
Along the river Sjoa, the water freezes in winter and results in the most marvelous ice formations: frozen white waterfalls that look like a huge cauliflower, branches appear to be sugar coated, yellow ice strips and most exciting of all: the formation of ice caves.
These caves appear where water running over ledges freezes to thick and solid walls.
Through small openings you can squeeze yourself into these caves and discover a world where time seems to be frozen as well.
Enjoy this ice world with all your senses and you might even detect ice formations in the strangest shapes, like a face. Don't worry about the cold or your appetite, both will be taken care of in a short lunch break with a bonfire in the Norwegian forest.
If you are staying at the lovely and comfy hotel of Karola Wenzel and André Sundero, the Hindsaeter Fjellhotell, a relaxing sauna and hot tub followed by a most exquisite dinner will await you.
If you like untouched nature, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and/or ice climbing, go and enjoy yourself in the middle of nowhere in Norway.