The Altaï Norway Family
In charge of the organisation and logistics, we are based in-country. We are always happy to help; we love sharing our knowledge, offering advice and helping you plan and prepare for your trip. From our first email or phone call to our last goodbye, we are delighted to share everything we know and love about this unique and beautiful country.
Kayaking, sledding, hiking or snowshoeing, Olivier manages all the supports all of our activities in the Far North. From Chamonix in the French Alps, Oliver is a force of nature dedicated to the Great North. He loves the mountains and outdoor life.
Mathieu grew up in the French Alps, hiking and skiing from a very young age. His attraction to large open spaces first drew him to Norway where he fell in love with the North! After a trip through the vast Canadian wilderness, in 2016 he became a qualified polar guide. Now he shares his time between the French Alps, Finland, Norway and Spitsbergen. Whether hiking, dog sledding or kayaking, he is always delighted to pass on his knowledge and passion for the polar regions with his warm smile and bright blue eyes.
The Alps were not enough for Cyril, he had heard that the Nordic mountains of the Lofoten Islands were more beautiful than the French mountains and decided to discover this for himself on a biking trip. From university studies in the field of the natural mountain environment to his French Mountain Guide Diploma, he chose to create a livelihood from his passions. He loves the atmosphere of the North, far from the bustle of modern society where nature takes back its rights and man finds a little common sense...
Passionate by the High North, Rémi is an arctic guide for 10 years. Good photographer, excellent cook, sportsman and traveler, he guides in Norway and especially in Lofoten Islands for many years and share his passion about theses incredible lands.