Yukon Arctic Ultra

Sleeping out at a temperature of -54 celsius is not harmless.
After the start of minus thirty seven, it only became colder, three of which were under fifty blue.
Handed over to ourselves in the wilderness, there was knowledge of arctic conditions and good equipment that determined the outcome.

Yukon Arctic Ultra

January 6, 2018, barely a month before the race, he decided to be the first Norman to participate in the coldest contest that is tracing - Yukon Arctic Ultra. This year's edition was also the coldest edition of history

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Accommodation in extreme cold

In the competition Yukon Arctic Ultra, the temperature ranged from -43 to down to -54 celsius and equipment for accommodation in the wilderness was not only important but vital. Me and my tent mate Asbjørn mastered this cold probably best of all participants. Not only did we survive without frostbite, but we had it comfortably [...]

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Equipment for 50 miles in 50 minus

In the competition Yukon Arctic Ultra we had to keep ourselves with all the equipment, clothing and food. As there is extreme cold and accommodation in tents, we had to use the pulk to get all that was required of obligatory equipment and self-chosen star. Pulk When I was in the starting line of Yukon [...]

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Running shoes for 50 miles in 50 minus

Yukon Arctic Ultra, 300 miles boasts of being "The Hardest and Coldest Ultra Race in the World". Two years ago it was +3 celsius and this year (2018) the long-term forecast was reported -20 celsius for the race days. I chose to bring three types of running shoes for winter placed in [...]

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Clothing for 50 miles in 50 minus

When I chose clothing for the Yukon Arctic Ultra, experience from races in the winter mountain and competitions on the Greenland ice and towards the South Pole were good in luggage. An important element for me is to consult with people who have local knowledge and expedition experience from corresponding areas. Of lingerie I chose [...]

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Underwear for 50 miles in 50 minus

To the competition Yukon Arctic Ultra, 300 miles, I was prepared for it to be cold and assumed that it would be around twenty minutes as it was the days before the competition started. The warmest was the starting line with thirty seven blue and after that we had three out of six with fifty [...]

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