Try Ice Climbing in Pyhä

10.12.2018—6.4.2019

INFO & PRICES

82€ / climber
112€ / climber from Luosto (transfer included)
Ice Climbing gear included
Hot berry juice for the climbers
1-20

Activity Information:

  • Duration 2,5 hours at Pyhä
  • 4 hours from Luosto
  • Number of participants 1 to 20 clients
  • Season: December–April
  • Bookings: At the latest 17 o’clock the day before
  • Minimum age 12 years (flexible, depends on child’s development, can be discussed with parents)
  • Price Includes: Climbing instructor services, guiding to the climbing
    venue, climbing gear such as; helmet, visor/goggles, harness, crampons, ice axes, foot-wear (climbing boots or ski boots). Hot berry beverages and storytelling.

Description, in Luosto:

The clients will get collected from Luosto at the agreed time. Bliss representative will drive the clients to Pyhä (25 kilometers, 20 minutes). Another option is to take the Skibus from Hotel Luostotunturi either at 10:50 or 15:25. Then, as described below.

Description, in Pyhä: 

Tajukangas could be the easiest-access venue for proper ice climbing in the whole world – just a 10 minute walk from the meeting point, Hotel Pyhätunturi. Bliss' guide will wait for the clients at the agreed time at the reception of Hotel Pyhätunturi. After meet & greet Bliss' guide will equip the clients with the relevant gear at the near-by Bliss' premises (Incl. climbing boots). Then the clients will get guided to
the climbing venue.

At Tajukangas there will a bonfire, hot berry juice and the necessary
set up for climbing, for example ready set climbing ropes. The climbing instructor will tell clearly about the relevant safety factors, and then take one client at a time to climb safely on top rope, belaying the climber and advising her/him on climbing techniques.While waiting for their respective turn, clients can cheer for and photograph the climber.

After the climb it is time to relax together by the warmth of the fire, sipping Hot beverages and listening tostories about ice climbing, arctic nature and such. The instructor may share some wild stories from climbing trips around the world.