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Exodus Does Winter Adventures

Winter Adventures

Transylvania Winter Walk & Snowshoe

Winter
8 Days from CAD 2,375

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Wander through the mountains and forests of Transylvania.

Winter

Italian Dolomites Cross-country Skiing

Winter
8 Days from CAD 3,230

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Ski surrounded by the Italian Dolomites' jagged peaks

Winter

Iceland Northern Lights

Aurora over Jokulsarlon
5 Days from CAD 3,515

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See Iceland's best sights in one weekend

Winter

Snowshoeing in the Dolomites – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Winter
8 Days from CAD 3,515

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PREMIUM: Walk in Italy's most spectacular mountain range

Winter

Finnish Wilderness Week

Winter
8 Days from CAD 4,370

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Mixed activity week in a remote part of Finland

Winter

Arctic Circle Aurora Adventure

Winter
8 Days from CAD 5,510

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Discover Europe's last remaining wilderness

Winter

Winter Adventure Reviews

What a brilliant trip! The group were so friendly and go on so well! Jenny, our leader, was brilliant and the hotel was just idyllic… couldn’t recommend it enough!

Jack Gamble Snowshoeing in the Dolomites – Premium Adventure

Great trip – exceeded my expectation

Lynn Tuson Finnish Wilderness Week

Fantastic week from start to finish. Great food and comfortable accommodation, equipment great also.

Siobhan Hanrahan Finnish Wilderness Week

FAQs about our Winter Adventures

What is cross-country skiing?

Classic: The majority of our cross-country skiing tours follow the classic technique. In prepared tracks, the movement is similar to walking with a gliding action involving a more pronounced back and forth motion of the arms. Wax or grip under the ski holds it to the snow when a skier’s weight is on it, helping to tackle steeper gradients with ease and glide along flatter terrain. The classic technique can be mastered with ease, and once stopping via the snowplough manoeuvre has been grasped, undulating slopes become stress-free. The classic technique can also be taken off-track, offering adventure and exploration away from the pre-cut trail.

Skate: The movement for skate style is similar to ice skating or rollerblading. Skate skis are lightweight and shorter than classic skis, with increased ankle support provided in the boots. More physically demanding than classic style, once mastered most skiers find they can pick up speed and travel greater distances at a faster pace than those on classic skis. To join a skating holiday it is essential to know how to snowplough and to have good balance and fitness.

Where can I see the Northern Lights?

Head to the Nordic Arctic: It’s the best place to view the Northern Lights. While it’s impossible to guarantee a sighting, heading out under a cloudless sky as far from sources of light as possible will maximise your chances. This is why Exodus Northern Lights holidays take you to the more remote locations. Join us in a frozen wilderness for your best chance to witness the greatest light show on Earth. We have trips to FinlandNorway and Sweden, as well as Greenland

Photographing them can be tricky: If all you have is a small point-and-shoot camera, the best photos you’ll get will be the dark of the night sky with an extremely faint green glow on the horizon. For that National Geographic-esque shot to boast about when you return from your Northern Lights holiday, you’ll need a good-quality digital SLR, preferably with a wide-angle lens. A sturdy tripod and a remote shutter release are essential due to the long exposure time required.