Hurtigruten has added a new ski touring adventure to its expanding Explorer portfolio.

Taking inspiration from the Alpine Haute Routes, the new three-day Arctic Haute Route, travelling between Bodø and Tromsø, offers skiers and snow-boarders the chance to experience the remote secret slopes of northern Norway.

From Lofoten to Vesteralen, MS Nordstjernen will host the ski adventurers along the Norwegian coastline, exploring new destinations every day.

Anthony Daniels, the company's head of sales UK and Ireland, said: “We are delighted to offer our guests the chance to ski above the Arctic Circle for the first time. We know our guests are seeking truly unique experiences and the new Arctic Haute Route not only satisfies this, but also gives customers ‘ultimate bragging rights’ amongst their friends when they return home. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that only the Hurtigruten Explorer programme can deliver.”

Prices for a three-night break start from £1,031 per person and, in addition to the ski tours, the Arctic Haute Route voyage also offers excursions such as sea eagle safari, deep-sea fishing or kayaking at an extra charge.

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