Ski guiding Lofoten

Experience the magical islands on skis with us.

Ski Guiding Lofoten

Are you dreaming of exploring the majestic ski mountains in Lofoten? Well, now you have the chance!

Experience Lofoten with our experienced ski guides. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced skier, we will tailor your adventure to match your skills and desires.

What awaits you:

Fantastic Nature: Ski among magnificent mountains, snow-covered peaks, and crystal-clear fjords. Lofoten is one of the world’s most iconic places for winter sports, and you can now explore it up close.

Safety First: Our experienced guides are certified through Nortind/IFMGA and know Lofoten’s terrain like the back of their hand. We prioritize your safety so you can focus on the fun.

Custom Adventures: Whether you want a leisurely journey through the beautiful surroundings or more challenging descents, we customize the trip to your skills and preferences.

Local Flavor: After a day of adventure, you can enjoy delicious meals at the Klatrekaféen.

Secure your spot now and join us on an unforgettable skiing adventure in Lofoten. Contact us today to plan your dream trip!

Let’s create lifelong memories together and explore the magnificent beauty of Lofoten on skis!

Ski Week - Guiding + Accommodation + Meals

We’ve put together the perfect package for those who want to spend a week in Lofoten, where everything is taken care of.

This package includes 5 days of skiing with a professional guide (Monday to Friday), accommodation in a traditional fisherman’s cabin (rorbu) from Sunday to Saturday (6 nights), breakfast delivered to your rorbu, a packed lunch, and a 2-course dinner at the legendary Klatrekaféen.

Prices are based on the guide + the number of participants.


For booking, please use our booking widget. Available dates are highlighted. 

Upon booking, 50% of the total amount for the group must be paid. The remaining amount is due 45 days before the trip starting date. 

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Ski Week - Guiding + Accommodation

This package is for those who want guiding and accommodation but prefer to visit different restaurants or prepare their own meals. (Please note that the kitchen in the rorbu is a small kitchenette with two hotplates.)

This package includes 5 days of skiing with a professional guide (Monday to Friday) and accommodation from Sunday to Saturday (6 nights).


Upon booking 50% of the total amount for the group must be payed. The remaining amount is due 45 days prior to the trip starting date. 

For full terms and conditions, please refer to:

Terms and Conditions for Liability and Booking:

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Accommodation in an authentic rorbu with 2 bedrooms, a small kitchenette, and a bathroom.


Dinner and après-ski at the legendary Klatrekaféen.


About Henningsvær

Henningsvær is a small fishing village on the island of Austvågøy in the Lofoten archipelago of Norway. The village has a long and fascinating history that dates back several centuries.

Early Settlements: There are findings that indicate the area around Henningsvær has been inhabited since the Stone Age. However, the modern history of Henningsvær began in the 19th century.

Fishing and the Fishing Industry: Henningsvær has traditionally been a fishing village, and fishing has been the primary industry in the region. Fishing boats from Henningsvær and nearby villages have sailed the seas to catch cod, pollock, and other seafood for centuries.

Growth and Development: Towards the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Henningsvær experienced significant population and economic growth. This growth was due to the thriving fishing industry in the area.

World War II: During World War II, Henningsvær was occupied by German forces, and many local residents were forced to leave the village. After the war, Henningsvær returned to normal, and the fishing industry continued to thrive.

Modern Times: Today, Henningsvær is a popular tourist destination in the Lofoten archipelago. The village attracts visitors with its natural beauty, stunning mountains, and charming coastal culture. Fishing is still important, but tourism has also become a significant source of income.

Henningsvær has undergone significant changes throughout its history, evolving from a small fishing village into a cultural and tourist hub. Its history reflects the development of the Lofoten archipelago as a whole and its close relationship with the sea and the fishing resources that have shaped the community.

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