Stenberg Guides offers a wide variety of ski adventures in Canada, as well as to some of the most far-reaching and remote places around the world.
Our trip options include everything from powder skiing in Rogers Pass, BC, to ski traverses in the High Arctic. All of our trips are unique, giving us the ability to focus on creating a once-in-a-lifetime experience for each and every one of our guests. We look forward to designing a winter adventure that is perfect for you!
ICELAND SKI & YOGA RETREAT
This is more than just a ski trip, its combining a holistic wellness approach with the backcountry experience and using the unique Icelandic nature as inspiration.
Tune in to all the beauty of the arctic: the northern lights, the pristine alpine and the fjords of Lofoten Islands in northern Norway.
ROGERS PASS BACKCOUNTRY SKI TOUR
DEC 2019-APRIL 2020
Rogers Pass is widely known as one of the best places in the world to earn deep, untouched powder turns. This is the ideal place to spend a day, a week or even an entire season.
WOMEN'S BACKCOUNTRY SKI CAMP
This women’s backcountry ski and snowboard camp is designed for passionate skiers and riders with a desire to learn more about the backcountry.
LOFOTEN islands backcountry ski week
Where the mountains meet the ocean, surrounded by granite spires and sandy white beaches, ski touring in Lofoten is truly an amazing experience!
icefall lodge backcountry ski week
DEC 2019-APRIL 2020
This is the ultimate ski touring holiday. Deep powder as far as the eye can see, a comfortable lodge in a remote wilderness setting, famous for its jagged peaks and steep glades.
ICELAND SKI&SAIL ADVENTURE MARCH-MAY 2020
Picture waking up aboard a 60-foot sailboat surrounded by peaks and fjords, spending the days exploring by skis and sailing under the midnight sun.
GREENLAND SKI TOURING EXPEDITION
APRIL 15-22, 2020
A unique and exciting 8-day ski touring expedition into a wild, rugged and remote stretch of mountains on the east coast of Greenland.
The mountains in northern Svalbard consist of hundreds of peaks that rise dramatically from sea level to upwards of 3,000 feet, creating an unforgettable backdrop for your Arctic adventure.