The Troll Peninsula is a truly fascinating skiing spot in the north of Iceland, separated from the rest of the country by its high mountains that allow backcountry skiers to enjoy the wildest slopes. The highest point of the peninsula is Mount Kerling (Kerlingarfjöll), with 1538 meters above sea level and two amazing fjords flanking the territory. In Troll Peninsula you will find up to 1500 meters of vertical descents and endless ski runs with abundant snow, especially from February to June. However, thanks to the continuous Arctic sunlight, the snow conditions are still excellent in spring with incredible corn skiing options. Choose a program from our selection of trips below and discover this hidden Icelandic gem. Explore-Share only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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