Land of contrasts , wild landscapes & unspoiled wilderness….10 weather changes in a day, black basalt cliffs plunging into the crashing swells of the North Atlantic, ridge after ridge of pristine white slopes stretching endlessly, perfect ski descents, a backdrop of dramatic deep blue fjords, the continual daylight of the Arctic sun. The place? The Troll Peninsula, North Iceland, 66 degrees north and only 50km south of the Arctic Circle.
Every day a new adventure with endless valleys, slopes & peaks to explore, stunning views, and coupled with the warmth, friendliness and hospitality of the people, this truly is a ski touring paradise…


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