Meeting at Climbers Café
Ski tours between Henningsvaer and Trofjord
Climbers Café, Henninvaer
You need to book your own flights and transfers, we organise your welcome and installation at Climbers Cafe.
If you would like us to book your flights and transfers, contact us. We can also give you information about taxis on site.
Climbers Café. We will be staying at cozy fishermen's cottages (chalets for 5 people) in the middle of the Henningsvaer harbor, equipped with kitchen and bathroom, perfect for groups of skiers.
-Our ZAG ski test spark is at your disposal throughout the trip. Individual safety equipment: avalanche transceivers (ARVA), a shovel and a probe. Knives adapted to fixings.
-Transfers on site: in a 9-seat minibus driven by the guide.
-Our photographer will immortalize this trip with photos in action.
-We advise you to bring euros in cash. We also recommend you to change money at Oslo or Copenhagen airports. There are ATMs at airports and in cities
-The use of bank cards is widespread.
I was born in a small ski village in the Swiss Alps and was immersed in the climbing culture through my parents at a young age. After three years competing in the ice climbing world cup and after graduating from law school, I decided to pursue climbing professionally, both as a guide and as a professional alpinist.
My passion for everything relating to the mountains - alpine climbing, ice climbing, skiing, skimo races, rock climbing, etc. - has taken me all over the world, doing first ascents and repeated beautiful climbs in places such as Canada, Ethiopia, Norway, Jordan, Iceland, Antarctica, Morocco, Thailand and more. But some of my greatest climbs have been here in the Alps, climbing the north faces of the Eiger, Matterhorn, Grandes Jorasses and Drus, or Beyond Good and Evil in Chamonix. What I love most though is climbing big frozen waterfalls.
Through guiding, I get to share my love for the mountains, as well as my skills and knowledge with guests around the world, in the alpine, on ice, rock or on skis. What I love about my job in the Alps is that I get to speak so many different languages - English, French, Italian, German - as the mountains sit on or close to borders.
The mountains are my passion and have been my way of life for most of my life. It is a community I am proud to belong to. And on this journey, I have met my husband and fellow mountain guide, Adam. We love working together. We live in Finhaut - a small Swiss village right the French-Swiss border between Chamonix and Verbier - with our lovely daughter Olivia. We have access to beautiful climbing and ski touring right from our doorstep and are close to world class terrain in France, Switzerland and Italy in a matter of minutes!
When I am not guiding, I play for myself in the mountains, work on translations, blog and love to rediscover the wonders of the world through the eyes of my daughter.
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