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Embrace Iceland's majestic slopes: Mountains & Fjords Ski Tour awaits!

Ski from the impressive summits to the ocean along the renowned Troll peninsula in the north of Iceland, a bucket-list trip for avid skiing enthusiasts! Tröllaskagi (Troll peninsula) is Iceland's #1 ski destination – and for an excellent reason, the terrain is fantastic. Picture yourself skiing to the ocean, cruising down the slopes in relatively stable conditions. Expect a demanding 6-day tour not intended for beginners; there will be long days, steep runs, and plenty of feel-good slopes. This is a small group tour with 4-12 participants, and you can expect 3-8 hours of skiing per day. All transportation is included, as is full board with meals and cottage accommodation. Furthermore, a local expert guide who knows the ins and outs of living and skiing in Iceland and will keep you informed and safe during the tour.

North Iceland has some of the best skiing opportunities on the island. This 6-day tour will delight skiing enthusiasts looking for an adventure with unparalleled scenery. Departing from Reykjavík, your guide will drive you up north where you will skin up and ski down some epic slopes. Expect to see well-maintained trails and miles of fresh snow amid a backdrop of mountains and the deep blue sea. Some of the regions the tour will visit include Eyjafjörður, Dalvík, Akureyri, and Siglufjörður. Meanwhile, evenings will be spent in cottage accommodation with nearby hot tubs, pools and charming towns. The slopes await!

Availability
Spring
Difficulty
Demanding
Duration
6 days
Minimum age
18
Accomodation
Cottage accommodation with made up beds
Skiing per day
3 - 8 hours
Max ascent
1500m (5000ft)

TourID: IMG50

Activity provider: Icelandic Mountain Guides by Icelandia

Need to know

This tour demands some effort and certain endurance. You'll need good health and some hiking experience. 6-8 hours walk per day. It often involves carrying your gear.

Please note that we need a minimum of 6 passengers to be able to confirm the departure.

Requirements

See equipment list.

  • Flexible Cancellation
  • No Booking Fees

Tour itinerary

Mountains and Fjords of the North ・ 6 days

What’s included and what to bring on this tour

It’s important to always be prepared for your next adventure in Iceland. See our list of what’s included, and what you should bring or add to your trip

See full equipment list

Included

  • Qualified and experienced local guide
  • Cottage accommodation with made-up beds
  • All transport during the tour (from/to Reykjavík)
  • Full board - dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 6

Not included

  • Lunch on day 1 or 6 (restaurant stop)
  • Entrance fees to swimming pools
  • Beverages
  • Personal equipment

Tour highlights

Dalvik
Akureyri
Tröllaskagi
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