NOLS Wilderness First Responder
The guides working at Fjälläventyr is all about service and safety. While keeping the service on top is a given in the tourism industry, in our everyday profession security is of the utmost importance. Every day we are responsible for up to 50 guests and as many dogs on the mountain, and we are responsible for the security of all the people and animals crossing our dogsleds’ path. Risk management and damage control is our alfa and omega and all our guides are trained in first aid.
We make sure to have at least one certified Wilderness First Responder on our longer tours and travels, from a couple of days and more. The certificate is given after completing a ten day course in advanced first aid treatment and evacuation for the organization NOLS, one of the worlds largest in outdoor training. This means we are ready in case of accident, even far out in the outback in poor weather conditions far from external help.
Certified Wilderness First Responders
Owner and CEO since 2002. Musher, Photographer, Guide, certified Wilderness First Responder
Born and raised in Sälen, from three generations of entrepreneurs in tourism and guiding. Started dogsledding at the age of eight and has been doing it ever since. "What I love about Fjälläventyr is how it connects nature, animals and likeminded adventurers. Trying something new keeps us young... and bold!"
+46 280 210 11
Mountain guide/ Bike Coach, Certified Wilderness First Responder
Passionate musher and adventurer in winter turns avid mountain biker in summer, Björn has been on bikes since he could walk. Loves the big climbs because they lead to epic descents, and to get new people hooked on riding bikes in the outback.
+46 768 81 33 30
+46 280 210 11