Meet our guides!

We are a team of guides from all over the world with one thing in common – a passion for nature and for meeting new people. We will take great care of you and guide you by tram or bus to our starting point and once our journey in the forest begins we will engage in interesting conversations with you and share interesting facts about the spots we visit. Our main purpose is to make you happy as well as to show you the forest and hopefully you will leave with a wonderful memory.

Our enthusiastic guides are from Norway, India, the Netherlands, USA, Belgium and Germany. All of us live in Oslo and are very familiar with the forests around the Norwegian capital.

Jon

From 
Norway

Jonny loves living in Oslo with its streets, coffeshops and culture. But Oslo's true beauty lies in its surrounding nature. The trails in the forest and the rolling hills of marka is a much appreciated getaway for him and many of his fellow Oslo - inhabitants. He goes running with his dog and skiing all year round. There are always new places to explore, but he has his favorites he always go back to.

Einar

From 
Norway

Einar has been out in the forest and in the mountains since he was 10 days old. He has been experiencing the forest summer, fall, winter and spring when walking, bicycling, canoeing, tenting and cross country skiing every week for more than 50 years. He has broad experience in living out in the nature, and loves it!

Siv

From 
Norway

Siv loves walking in the forest and the mountains and have done so since she grew up in Gudbrandsdalen close to the national parks like Rondane and Jotunheiemen. Siv has been working her whole career with journalism and communication and loves meeting new people.

Cheryl

From 
USA

Cheryl is born in Connecticut, USA, but has lived in Norway for many years. She has been living in many countries in Europe and have many adventures behind her, such as living in a sailboat or bicycling all over Europe. She loves traveling, doing yoga and being outside in the nature.

Terje

From 
Norway

Terje prefers being out in the forest. Either going for a walk with his family, go skiing, taking a run or just to go get those lovely buns and waffles in the cabins in the Oslo-forest.

He thinks the benefit of living in Oslo, is that the forest is so close to the city.

He lives with his family two blocks away from the forest, and just 15 minutes by bus to downtown Oslo.

Marianne

From 
Norway

Marianne grew up in Norway and Argentina, and has from an early age  felt a strong connection to Mother Earth, which led her to travel and explore the world on her snowboard.

Today she spends as much time as she can with nature, snowboarding, hiking & hugging the trees in addition to doing yoga. Marianne loves meeting new people and sharing her passion for nature with them.

Mustapha

From 
Morocco

Mustapha is an experienced and certified mountain and desert tour guide: he has been working as a mountain guide for more than 8 years. Mustapha was born in the heart of High Atlas Mountains in the Berber family. He has run two 40 km marathons! A day without a hike is just a waste of time, Mustapha thinks, as he has a real passion for hiking, camping, cross country skiing and canoeing.

Marlene

From 
Switzerland

Marlene is a certified outdoor guide from Switzerland. Since she was a child, she was exploring Swiss Alps, but now her focus is on the nordic landscapes. Marlene loves to feel the power of wild nature.  She thinks that one of the best moments in life is to spend the night outdoors, and then open the tent in the morning, and see nature awakening around her. Marlene speaks German, English and basic Norwegian.

Erlend

From 
Norway

Born and raised in Oslo, Erlend knows everything about the area! He is a certified tour guide, with great experience of working with tourists from all over the world. In his sparetime Erlend loves going camping in the forests of Oslo or in other parts of Norway, and spends time on his sailboat in the Oslofjord.

His travel experience and sense of humor has led him to writing articles about the local neighborhood called Grünerløkka.

Become a tour guide

Do you want to become a tourguide for Oslo Hiking? Please send us a message to einar@oslohiking.no and let us know.