230km across
the Swedish Lapland & Arctic Circle

Freezing Temperatures
-30 degrees celcius

Pristine Snow Fields
UNESCO World Heritage Site

Cross Over Frozen Lakes
and through Ice Forests

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13 February 2015
Ice Ultra

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Date of next race: February, 14th 2014

Location: Lapland, Arctic, Sweden
Terrain: Snow Fields, Ice Forests and Frozen Lakes
Cost: £2800
Payments: In full or via monthly instalments. 
Distance: 230km
Stages: 5
Red Jersey Stage: King/Queen of the Ice, The Lakes
Base Camp: Swedish Lapland, The Arctic
Finish: Jokkmokk, Arctic Town
Daytime temperature: - 10°C - - 30°C
Evening Temperature: - 20°C - - 30°C
 

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4 Points:

You will:

  • Run through Ice Forests, Snow Fields and across Frozen Lakes
  • Experience temperatures as cold as -30°C
  • Run through pristine UNESCO Heritage covered snow tracks
  • Overnight in remote cabins or Traditional Tipi Tent
  • Experience the wilderness of the Arctic
  • Complete an adventure of a lfetime

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An Ice Ultra Marathon

An Extreme Footrace Through Arctic Sweden.

The Ice Ultra offers an incredible adventure over 230km of some of the most pristine snow covered landscapes in the world. With snow fields, mountains and frozen lakes, the Ice Ultra offers a demanding route in challenging conditions with temperatures dipping up to - 30°C. Starting amongst the Kungsleden trail, you will enter a UNESCO World Heritage area so remote that snow mobiles are not even permitted to enter. With the freezing temperatures and various terrains testing your physical and mental endurance, the Ice Ultra offers an amazing adventure and one of the biggest ultra-marathon challenges!

As a self-sufficient race you will responsible for carrying your entire kit and equipment during the 230km race, including food, sleeping bag, safety equipment and a minimum of 1.5 litres of water which can be re-filled at various checkpoints and water stations along the stages. Running in Arctic conditions can mean extra kit is needed compared to some of our other ultras, making an already challenging course exceptionally harder.


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