Iraitz made the mountains his temple, where he finds the well-being, freedom and self-awareness, religion almost forgotten. He likes to share and teach to feel the silence and power of nature.

La Grave, Norway, Val d'Aran ... Places where he has lived for years; the truth is Iraitz does not hesitate to use the excuse of skiing to know different countries and cultures.

Iraitz Ezkergain grew up in San Sebastian, Basque Country, (Spain). He is an AEGM guide and a passionate climber and skier. He learned to climb in the Pyrennes mountain chain, where he works as guide when he is at home and Andorra, Baqueira, Formigal is his playgrounds.

From 2009 to 2015 he has been a SKIBUM in La Grave, French alps, were he has opened some new ski lines. After 7 years of guiding in Norway, he knows the terrain Lofoten well, he has also been ski guiding in the Lyngen Alps, Senja and Tromso. Also in other countries like Japan, Iceland, Moroco.

In the summer time he works guiding alpine&rock climbing in Lofoten and the Stetind area. Iraitz has been on the summit of Norway’s beautiful national mountain Stetind more that 120 times!

  • "Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times"

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  • Japan

    The aim is to ski deep powder in the beautiful wilderness of central Hokkaido, like Asahi Dake, Tokachi Dake, Furano, …

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  • Marruecos

    The Atlas Mountains, the Atlas massif or simply Atlas is a mountain system that runs, along 2,400 km, northwest Africa.

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  • Islandia

    Siglufjörður is a small fishing town, north of Iceland, in a narrow fjord with the same name on the northern coast of Iceland.

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  • Norway Lofoten

    Lofoten is an archipelago located on the west coast of Norway, north of the Arctic Circle. The main islands are Moskenesoya, Flakstadoya, Vestvagoya, Gimsoya and Austvagoya.

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  • Norway Lyngen

    Lyngen Alps is the name of the region that is located on the Lyngen Peninsula that has 1,500 square km.

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  • Norway Senja

    enja area is near the city, called Narvik. Let's say that if we take the map we would see it between Tromso and the Lofoten Islands, the highest peak is almost 1000m.

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  • Baqueira

    Val d’Aran is an area in Catalonia that was largely isolated until 1948 when a tunnel was built through the mountain, linking it to the rest of Spain.

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  • Norway Hamarøyskaftet

    Hamarøyskaftet is a mountain in Hamarøy Municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The 612-metre (2,008 ft) mountain is a characteristic landmark of the region.

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  • Norway South Pilar Stetind

    Sydpilaren or the South Pilar of Stetind is the most famous proper climbing route on Stetind and probably in Norway. It is a real classic, worthy of its reputation.

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  • Norway Stetind

    This is Norway's national mountain, and no wonder. It's a perfect obelisk with sweeping ridges rising straight from the sea.

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  • Norway Svolvaergeita

    High above north Lofoten´s main town we find the iconic Svolværgeita (“The Goat”) towers over the Capital of Lofoten, Svolvær.

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