• +358 50 577 2762 Pasi Ikonen
  • +358 40 563 6821 Mika Salovaara
  • info@amg70n.com

AMG70N

ARCTIC MOUNTAIN GUIDES offers guiding services on the arctic mountains of Northernmost Europe. We operate exclusively above the Arctic Circle in Norway, Finland and Sweden.

Northern Scandinavia offers limitless possibilities for ski and mountain activities. The terrain varies from the white snow deserts of Lapland to the incredible combination of sea, snow and mountains of Norway's coasts. Added to this, the endless labyrinth of mountains and glaciers in Spitzbergen is every skier's dream. In these vast wilderness areas, there's something for everyone to climb or ski - from wide easy snowfields to narrow mountain ridges and challenging steep couloirs.

The common factor across all our options - whether heli-skiing, ski & boat journeys, ski touring or snowmobile & ski trips - is superb skiing in the breathtaking nature of the North.

Welcome to arctic mountains!!!

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WHO ARE WE

MIKA SALOVAARA

Our guide Mika has guided since 2001. He has a strong knowledge of backcountry wilderness life by living and guiding many years above the arctic circle. He is a certified wilderness guide, European Avalanche Professional, Canadian Ski Guide I and FINLAV PRO 2

Mika's first passion is skiing and that is why the the Scandinavian mountains provide a perfect play-ground.

PASI IKONEN 

is an experienced ski guide and Arctic Explorer. In 2008, he became the first Finn to ski, unsupported and from the coast, to the South Pole. Although a big achievement, he says that it is often just as cold where he lives, full time, in Finnish Lapland, with his British wife, Anna. They are based in the tiny village of Hetta, 300km inside the Arctic Circle. The high arctic tundra not only provides a perfect training base for Polar Expeditions but it is also a great location for dog mushing. Hence, not surprisingly, quite a bit of their time between December and March is taken up by running safaris with their 250 Alaskan Huskies.