Arctic Adventure Tours was established with blue mountains in 1999 in Tromsø. Per-Thore and Hege started up with just four bare hands, some sledges and a few alaskan huskies. Since then the family business has expanded every year and today we have 120 dogs and an amazing team. We offer some of Northern Norway’s most exciting and wild Arctic adventure tours and expeditions.
We wisely choose our team members and have some of the best people in the field – providing you with competent, respected and experienced guides,skippers and expedition leaders. Together with our beloved Alaskan huskies we give you a professional team that we are very proud of.
Hege has a real passion for the outdoors. As well as managing a kennel of 120 dogs and a busy family life, she also finds time to make the famous homemade chocolate cake for our guests. Hege is our “Arctic mum”- a loving and caring person, something that reflects on everyone around her.
CEO|Managing Director|Polar Guide
Together with his wife Hege, they are the heart of the family business. PT has lots of experience in excursions, expeditions all over the Arctic like crossing Greenland and driving with a team of huskies up to the North pole. He is always happy to share his experience and giving our guests a safe feeling being out with the dogs in the mountains.
Trine joined our team with her own four Alaskan huskies. With a nice sense of humor and a positive attitude every day she is our local guide from Tromso. With 11 years of experience with dogsledding she finds a nice combination of being our guide for the trips and good helping hand for Hege in the office.
“Miss Sophie” always creates a good atmosphere wherever she is. She has a fantastic attitude to life, a great compassion for animals and has many years of experience with horses in Iceland and guiding dog sledding trips in Finland.
Lovingly we call him our “Viking in Flipflops”. Tryggvi is our handy-man for everything. After being an outdoor guide for different activities in Iceland, he found his way up to us. Driving the minibus with our guests and being a guide on our trips, or fixing everything around the Farm- Tryggvi is our multifunctional happy guy.
Caroline joined the team last winter, and is now one of our main guides for the dog sledding tours. She is from our neighbour country, and we absolutely love her kind spirit and positive attitude.
Skipper|Arctic Nature Guide|Driver
Anniken is a certified skipper and educated Arctic Nature Guide from Svalbard. She is a passionate nature guide with red lipstick who loves spending time with her guests at sea, teaching about the whales and share old stories from the exploration of the Arctic.
Debbie & Taygen
Taygen and Debbie are our two crazy kiwi girls. After 5 years of traveling around the world they have found their way to the Arctic Adventures family. They most recently completed the Mongol Rally. They’re really excited for their first season at Arctic Adventures.
Northern Lights Guide
Helena is an amazing northern lights guide,
well skilled and experienced. With a never ending excitement for the Aurora Borealis, Helena takes out our guests to take a glimpse at the Northern Lights. Homebased in Germany, she spends the winter in Tromsø and travels during the summer.
After doing different outdoor guiding in Iceland and the Azores, being a dog sledding guide and handler in Finland for two seasons, Anton joined our team together with his girlfriend Alicia. His passion for huskies, the northern atmosphere and mountains, brought him to us and the dogs.
Linnea is a happy Swedish girl who came on a visit last summer and decided to move up here with her two Siberian huskies. She has been working with dogs before and we are happy to have her around the dogs and being part of the Arctic Adventure Center team.
Alicia joined our team this winter after traveling and working for few years around Europe with her boyfriend Antoine. Passionated by outdoors activities and nature, she discovered Adventure Tourism through her studies. After living some time in Finland, she fell in love with the Nordic countries, their way of life and dogsledding.