Van To Ski Iceland


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We will live in winterized 4×4 camper vans and ski for 6 days. It will be a mix of touring, resorts, snowmobile-assisted skiing and hopefully also some cat & heli rides depending on the weather and snow conditions.

Each night we will sleep at a campsite or next to a cabin so there will always be access to toilets, showers and a place to dry your gear overnight.

The Vans

Easy Clever 4×4

All vans have a small kitchen, insulation, heater, water tank, fridge and come with bedding + towel included.

Max capacity: 2

€2800 (€1400/person) @ 2 guests

Easy Viking 4×4

All vans have a small kitchen, insulation, heater, water tank, fridge and come with bedding + towel included.

Max capacity: 3

€3500 (€1750/person) @ 2 guests

€3900 (€1300/person) @ 3 guests

A look inside the van

Your home during the Event. Fully equipped with a kitchen, heater and a comfy bed.

A trip by campervan is the best kind of life. Anywhere you go, your home follows. You’ve got a kitchen for food, a fridge for cold drinks, a bed for naps, and always.

What’s included

Fully equipped 4×4 Camper-van

Campsite fees

1 night in a hotel

Ski pass for 2 days

1 day of cat-skiing or snowmobile-assisted skiing (depending on the conditions)

Not included


Flight to Iceland


Food & drinks

Optional heli lifts expenses

Main host in the Van To Ski Iceland

Leo Alsved

Leo Alsved

Skier / Sailor / Adventurer

Since Leo launched The Ski Week in 2013, hosting events is more or less the only thing he has been doing. Be it on sail yachts in the arctic, private islands in Croatia or the desert of Oman.

Leo always creates something exceptional and his friends have learned to show up when he invites for an adventure.

Hot springs are everywhere

Hot Springs are a very important part of Icelandic culture. If there’s not a natural one, each little town has its own pool with outdoor jacuzzis and saunas. So we will aim to always end the day in hot water.

Hotel & Heli-ski

In the middle of the week, we will check in to a 4* hotel for one night. Living in a van is fun but it’s always nice to get a quick break from it, enjoy the spa and the breakfast menu.
On good weather days, the local heli-ski company offers early morning heli bumps.

This is an optional extra and costs roughly $150/per person for one lift. This will get us 1500m up, first thing in the morning. We can then do many shorter tours from there and ski fun lines at the peaks before we ride all the way down to the ocean at the end of the day.

Icelandic Nature

We will of course also take the opportunity to see Iceland and its amazing nature. Active volcanoes are not guaranteed, but we can almost promise we will see northern lights!


If your question is not covered in the below answers, please contact us at [email protected]

You should fly to Keflavik International Airport (KEF). Aim to arrive on the 8th of April, ideally before noon. We will be driving to the mountains the same day which is 6h away.

Book departing flights anytime on the 15th if you need to. However, if you can, do stay until Sunday 16th and spend Saturday night in Reykjavik (hotel in Reykjavik is not included)

The skiing is similar to sail to ski in Norway. Both in steepness and in views over the fjords.

Since we have vans there are more opportunities to get creative and pick your own lines. However we aim to keep it safe and ski nice runs.

We will not be going on any glaciers so ice axes and harnesses are not necessary.

The mountains are between 700-1500m high.

No, not at all. All vans are equipped with Webasto heaters, keep it running over the night and you’ll be warm and cozy.

April is the best time for ski touring in Iceland. The weather is starting to get more sunny ad it’s still plenty if snow in the mountains.