Skiing in Iceland
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Skiing in Iceland
The remote region of the Glacier Fjords of NW Iceland is accessible only by boat, its a safe heaven for all sorts of arctic wildlife including the ski touring kind. Awesome images by Canadian
mountain guide and photographer Jia Condon.
Ones a thriving region of farmers and fishermen, the Hidden Land now empty of people greets the avid skier with some of the most amazing terrain and isolation found in Iceland. Check out these great
images from Guðmundur Tómasson.
Troll Peninsula by Gösta Fries
Swedish photographer Gösta Fries visited the Troll Peninsula in spring of 2009. The result can be seen here and as always with Gösta the results are great. For more of Gösta's images
check out www.gostafries.com
Troll Peninsula by Fredrik Schenholm
These are with out a doubt some of the best skiing images ever shot in Iceland,. The master craftsman Fredrik Schenholm a Swedish adventure photographer captured these amazing shots. For more check
Troll Peninsula 2009 by Brian Mohr
Brian along with a wicked crew from Vermont sampled the goods of the Troll Peninsula in 2009. Brian along with partner Emily has skied more than most people in the mountains of the Troll's but keeps
coming back. www.emberphoto.com
The 2009 season was Arctic Heli Skiing's second season of operations were dozens of unexplored regions and many peaks saw their first descent. These fun little images were shot by our dedicated
guides on the go but still give you a good idea of what it's all abiut.
Best of Arctic Heli Skiing 2010
The 2010 season was an amazing adventure of first descents and a lot of great skiing with great people.
Ski adventures in Iceland
The potential for world class ski touring, ski mountaineering and heli skiing is enormous in Iceland. Check out these amazing images from some of our visiting professional photographers.
Klængshóll lodge or Raven Hill lodge as it would translate to English used to be a sheep farm. Located deep in Skíðadalur valley in the heart of the Troll Peninsula on the
North coast of Iceland. The location is perfect for a ski lodge as skiable mountains surround it and make for a short helicopter ride or ski touring from the door. Even though staying at
Klængshóll feels remote and isolated it´s only about 20 minutes drive from next town Dalvík and about 45 minutes drive from Akureyri airport.