Our office is a group of adventurous, friendly and helpful travellers.
Very few people have had the opportunity to travel as much around Norway as the people of Hvitserk of Norway. With our extended travelling experience in Norway and professionalism, we will ensure that your next adventure holiday in Norway becomes second to none. Interested in talking to us? Feel free to contact us, we would love to talk to you about how we can help you with your next adventure!
Our guides are spread all over Norway but our office staff and nice, little office (above) is based in Oslo.
Mustads vei 10, 0273 Oslo, Norway.
Organization number: 919 43 06 56
Not living in the area? Don't worry, you can contact us here and read about us below:
Marit started working for Hvitserk of Norway in 2015 and is now our CEO. Before joining our team, she used to work for the Norwegian Trekking association. In this position, she had the responsibility for their mountaineering activities in Norway. In her spare time, she loves to spend time outside in the Norwegian nature. Snowboarding, split boarding, mountain biking, kayaking, and trekking are just some of her favourites. Marit has extensive travel experience from Norway, and have a certain love for our nature. This is why she is in charge for our international guests in Norway, and therefore most likely the person you will meet when contacting us.
Some of her favourites are hiking in Fjord Norway and Haute Route Jotunheimen.
Trygve Sunde Kolderup:
Head of Development in Hvitserk of Norway, and started working in our partner Hviserk og Eventyrreiser AS in 2011. Before joining Hvitserk, he used to work as an editor for a Norwegian outdoor magazine. Trygve has an extensive travel experience - both from Norway and abroad. His interest in hiking, kayaking, skiing and literature have resulted in numerous book releases on the topic. Trygve is also working as a contributor in developing the sustainable- and nature based tourism in Norway. His idea "National Scenic Trails" has the last few years received more than 2 million USD from the government and 1 million USD from a private foundation to protect and develop the most popular hiking trails in Norway.
Mats Hoel Johannessen:
Mats moved from the Norwegian fjords in the west and started working at Hvitserk of Norway in December 2016. His keen interest in adventures, people, and travelling led him to write a masters degree in adventure tourism at the Arctic University of Norway. The educated Arctic Nature Guide has also worked several years as a guide in Norway and Svalbard. By combining his years of professional guiding and academic experience, he strives to ensure that your adventure will become both authentic and memorable. He welcomes every opportunity to visit the fjords of Norway, and his favourite skiing trip is the Finnmarksvidda plateau, which he has crossed several times.
Mari Clèmentine Østgaard:
Joined Hvitserk of Norway in 2018 after several years in the Norwegian Trekking Association. Originally, Mari is from the mountain town of Oppdal. Her childhood in the mountainous area of the middle part in Norway, have led to a special love for alpine areas. Especially Sunnmøre has a big place in her heart. When she is not working in the office, she is either out riding her mountainbike, cross-country skiing, hiking or skiing in the mountain.