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• Skitouring shells (GoreTex, Event, etc.)
• Primaloft or downjacket
• Fleece sweater
• Warm, functional underwear (also for legs) + extra for changing
• Ski touring socks (Falke, Smartwool, etc).
• Hat/beanie
• Gloves – for ascent (thin) and descent (thick, warm)
• Recommended: “Buff” or similar


• Freeride skis + bindings with walking-function, or splitboard.
• Fixed bindings or regular snowboards work, but limit our accessable terrain, and you need to bring a pack with ski/board fixation to carry them.
• Ski boots (ideally with touring function) or snowboard boots
• Ski poles (also for boarders)
• Avalanche rescue kit – 3-antenna beacon, probe, shovel
• Skins
• Daypack
• Water 1L and lunch
• Sport sun glasses and ski googles
• Sunscreen, incl. lip-protection (after January)
• Helmet
• Recommended: Camera (:

If you need to rent gear or are unsure what to bring, please contact us.

ACMG Ski Guide 
CAA Level 3 


I am a Ski Guide certified by the Association of Canadian Mountan Guides (ACMG), based in Narvik/Norway and Tbilisi/Georgia, with several years experience of guiding in Northern Norway and the Caucasus.
I am also certified as Canadian Avalanche Association Level 3 avalanche technician. In addition, I have a background as sponsored ski mountaineer, with several first ski steep ski descents in the Caucasus, Pamirs and Tien Shan.

My mother tongue is German, and I happily guide in German, English or Norwegian. 

I also work as photographer: