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Certified ski guides, ski holidays, ice climbing, and avalanche training in the Tromsø, Lyngen and Senja area

When you plan ski mountaineering holidays the first thing you need to think about is your safety.

The best way to ensure you will make the most of your holidays and stay safe is to join experienced local guides. With that in mind, below is a list of certified guides based in the Tromsø area. We highly recommend their services to all our guests.

Internationally approved guides with certification from the IFMGA / IVBV (International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations)

Most Norwegian guides have certification from  NORTIND - NORSKE TINDEVEILEDERE

Norske Tindeveiledere is the only Norwegian representative of the IFMGA/IVBV. NORTIND certifies mountain guides with the IFMGA's international standards and is responsible for organising, educating, and refreshing the skills of mountain guides in Norway.

Ascent Descent Jimmy Halvardson

ski holidays, ski weeks, mountain lodge, avalanche safety courses, ice climbing activities, day tours customised for private groups at all times of the year

Bergbjørn Fjellservice Tore Bergbjørn

ski guiding, alpine climbing, avalanche courses

Lyngen Guide Mikal Nerberg

ski guiding mostly in the Lyngen Alps

Bre og Fjell AS - Lyngen area

ski guiding in the Lyngen Alps and islands along the Troms coast

Mountain Spirit Guides  

six-day ski holiday packages, ski touring in the Lyngen Alps, Lofoten islands, and on Svalbard from land and from the sea

Lyngen Lodge - Kåfjord area

a luxury boutique lodge, providing a one stop destination for ultimate Arctic experience offering full board ensuite facilities, world class cuisine and a variety of activities led by in house mountain & activity guides

Local guides without IFMGA/IVBV

Senja Lodge Bent Vidar Eilertsen - Guiding on Senja - Has started NORTIND training, but not completed.

Alpine climbing, ski mountaineering, ice climbing, avalanche training, holiday packages: off piste ski week, ice climbing weekend, alpine week

Peter Schön – Avalanche consulting and training

Canadian Avalanche Association Level 3 (Applied Avalanche Risk Management) certification, ski guiding in Lyngen, Kåfjord and on the islands Kågen and Årnøya, avalanche safety courses

Ski and sail holidays, skippered yacht charters

Boreal Yachting

skiing and sailing adventures in Northern Norway in springtime in Lyngen, Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja regions

Vulkana

three- and four-day packages: skiing from summit to sea and sailing in the Lyngen Alps region with a sauna and spa on board

In the Tromsø area there are many easily-accessible and beautiful places where beginners can ski without any problems, however you should remember to always carry an avalanche beacon, shovel and probe when travelling in avalanche terrain and know how to use them. Back-country travel requires an acceptance of the risks involved (avalanches are not the only danger) and implies a willingness to take responsibility for educating oneself about these dangers and ways to mitigate them.

Written: 
February 13, 2019
February 13, 2019