Skinny Skis Adventure
Skiing tour in Iceland
Cross country ski journey
Cross country skiing in fresh tracks during the limited daylight in the north or in northenlight and glittering stars, you can choose. Ísafjörður has earned its reputation for the best cross country skiing tracks and easy ski routes in Iceland. The roots of skiing in Ísafjörður are deep with the oldest cross country ski race in the country and many Olympic skiers in town. Now you get a chance to test your skills with a professional guide that will show you the tricks of the trade.
Meeting point: Our office in Aðalstræti 17 (downtown main street) in Ísafjörður.
Departure: At 13:00.
Age limit: 10 years.
Min pax: 2
Trip difficulity: 2 of 5/ Moderade
Duration: 3-4 hours
- Price: ISK 16.900 per person
Included: Transportation, ski gear and professional guiding.
Disclaimer: All trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. BOREA does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.
Ísafjörður usually receives one of the heaviest snowfall in Iceland and it’s almost always possible to find good skiing conditions during the winter months. There is no need to venture far from the town to find good grounds and experience few hours of exciting winter activities.
We meet at our cozy office in Aðalstræti 17 (downtown main street) and there we will decide on the program based on your interest and the snow conditions. We’ll drive up to the local cross country skiing area on Seljalandsdalur and park by the ski lodge. Here you will receive a short lesson in using you skis. We’ll then walk into the valley and try to reach the top of Sandfell and if the conditions allow Miðfell as well. Here is a fantastic view of the entire fjord and the town of Ísafjörður. We’ll head back to town after a nice descent down to the cross country ski lodge.
- Warm clothing.
- Waterproof pants and jacket.
- Water bottle.
- Don't forget your camera!
1. Is it necessery to have any skiskills for this trip.
This trip is marked moderate and there for it is good to have some knowledge but must of all to have fun and enjoy it.