If you are looking for high class accommodation and world class skiing, then this package is for you.
Our guest have now the opportunity to stay at the newly built Siglo Hotel at Siglufjörður. This hotel strives to offer their guests a relaxing environment with a classic and romantic design. All the rooms have views over the beautiful surrounding mountains and marina and from the cozy window seat you can watch life go by in this quiet little haven in north Iceland. The rooms are spacious and decorated with pictures from Siglufjörður Photo Museum spanning its history and culture. All our guests have access to the outdoor spas and sauna.
In the booming days of the herring era, Siglufjörður was dubbed the Herring capital of the world. Ever since then this northernmost town of Iceland has been considered one of the country’s most historic places and at Siglo Hotel they strive to offer our guests an opportunity to experience Siglufjörður as it is today while getting to know its historic past through pictures and museums.
With various local activities, close proximity to the award winning Herring era Museum, relaxing nature and friendly atmosphere, Siglo Hotel is a location to enjoy all year around.
You´re on vacation! Don´t spend it on cooking and cleaning, relax and enjoy the very best of what the north has to offer.
Starting date 5th of March.
Last date 15th of May.
Please send us a request for your favorite dates
Price: 2,890 EUR per pers.
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A „typical“ tour with Scandic Mountain Guides.
Stefan is a very experienced and professional mountain ski guide with over 25 years in the ski industry. He has been working as an instructor and an examiner for the Canadian Ski Guide Association since 2007 and is a professional member of the Canadian Avalanche Association. He has been a lead guide for Snowwater Heli-Skiing, Valhalla Powder Cats, Nelson, BC and a Senior Ski Guide with Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, Blue River, BC.
Daniel is a 32 year old UIAGM Licensed Guide from Verbier in Switzerland. He has been guiding for numbers of years in Verbier and other places in Europe. Of course his favourite discipline is off-piste skiing, but he also likes guiding ice climbing and canoeing. Daniel is passionate about guiding in extreme conditions and has for the last years worked independently as a mountain guide, all year round.
Tyler has achieved his full guide certification in the disciplines of Ski, Rock and Alpine. This currently makes him the youngest American internationally recognized as UIAGM/IFMGA licensed guide through the American Mountain Guides Association. Tyler has been on thirteen expeditions to the Alaska Range, including solo trips, several notable ski descents and an ascent of the Cassin Ridge. He has also skied first descents on Mt. Shakara in the Republic of Georgia, climbed the Nose of El Capitan (Yosemite) in a day, and spent several ice seasons in the Canadian Rockies.
Jóhann is one of two founders and owners of Scandic Mountain Guides. In recent years he has worked as the Lead Guide of the operation. His passion is freeriding and seeking new alpine adventures. Even though he has skied all over the world the Troll Peninsula is his favorite, where he has gained unique expertise of the surrounding area. Jóhann is a former ski racer with the Icelandic national team. He went to the Olympic games in Nagano in 1998 and participated in a couple of World Cup’s with the Icelandic Team.
Björgvin is one of two founders and owners of Scandic Mountain Guides. Over the past years Björgvin has worked as a guide and Operational manager. He has explored Troll Peninsula most of his life and has spectacular knowledge of the area as a local guide. Björgvin is a former skiracer with the Icelandic national team. He participated in three Olympic games, six World Championships, winner of the Junior WC in Chamonix 1998, three times Oceania Champion, raced in many World Cup’s and over 30 times winner of the Icelandic Championship.