Your guide for hiking and skiing. We specialize in beautiful hiking tours all year round in the untouched Norwegian nature.
Norway Mountain Guides specializes in scenic hikes in and near the town of Bergen, hiking with fjord views in a daytrip from Bergen, and winter wonderland snowshoe hikes in the winter. We offer light, medium, and difficult hikes.
Important for us:
As our customer, you should: Have fun – Feel safe – See the most beautiful nature – Learn something new – Respect for nature.
We create unique experiences in the untouched Norwegian nature within a safe and relaxed atmosphere. We do not try to be extreme in any way, our focus is on a natural and sustainable outdoor life according to Norwegian traditions.
Norway Mountain Guides offer hiking from 3 hours to many days of hiking. Combined trips with boat, sailboat, ski touring, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, camping and equipment rental.
We hold courses for beginners and advanced, ski instruction in alpine, cross-country skiing, ski touring, avalanche courses and hold HSE lectures. Most tours are in terrain that suits most people with some hiking experience and a normal level of fitness. On request we also tailor demanding trips with the necessary expertise from our IFMGA certified guides.
All guides from Norway Mountain Guides are local with the ability to tell you more about the Norwegian way of life, history, and culture. In addition to long experience with the outdoor life in the mountains, our guides have backgrounds from the military, police, first aid instruction, emergency response training, ski, sail, and climbing instruction.
Our customers are solo travellers, families, groups, and travel companies
We warmly welcome you, and we look forward to showing you our backyard.
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