Scandic Mountain Guides is an Icelandic company that specializes in ski touring adventures in the northern part of Iceland. We are located in the beautiful fjord called Ólafsfjörður surrounded by Troll Peninsulas (Tröllaskagi) big mountains. Troll peninsula is our main skiing and hiking area. With its incredible mountains, thousands of slopes and the artic ocean all around, you will experience skiing like you´ve never done before.
Scandic Mountain Guides operates a powerful team of skillful and experienced guides, specializing in challenging conditions. Our guides put your safety and pleasure first. They will find the very best terrain suitable for you and your group with slopes waiting for their first descents.
The founders of Scandic Mountain Guides, Jóhann H. Hafstein and Björgvin Björgvinsson, are both former ski racers and members of the Icelandic Olympic Team. In recent years they have mainly engaged in backcountry skiing and freeriding.
Scandic Mountain Guides operates a powerful team of skillful and experienced guides, specializing in challenging conditions. Our guides put your safety and pleasure first. They will find the very best terrain suitable for you and your group with slopes waiting for their first descents..
It is easy to travel to Iceland. All international flights to Iceland go through Keflavik International Airport. Located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Iceland is close to both Europe and North-America. It will take you between three to four hours to get to Iceland from most West-European cities and between five to seven hours from North-America. You can book your domestic flight from Reykjavik Airport to Akureyri Airport with Air Iceland Connect. There are five flights daily between Reykjavik and Akureyri and you will find all information about flight times on www.airicelandconnect.is. You can also drive a rental car from the International airport to Ólafsfjörður and this ride will taka approximately five hours.
Here you can find us on Google Maps: Scandic Mountain Guides.
For further information on how to travel to Iceland, Akureyri and our lodge, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org