11-18 March 2018

TOURING SKI, FAT BIKE, X COUNTRY SKI, SNOW RUN
A four-day expedition covering Norway’s infamous Hardangervidda Plateau. The route follows mountain passes, crosses frozen lakes, and travels through the undulating hills of this spectacular region, where we spend our nights under canvas in Norwegian Lavvu tents

FROM: £5,150

IGO N60° story

Norway is the location for the British Special Forces cold weather training and where Scott of the Antarctic trained for his famous Terra Nova Expedition, this is a land synonymous with adventure and home to the Heroes of Telemark Raid.

STAGE 1: Touring Ski
DURATION: 3-7 hours

STAGE 2: Fat Bike
DURATION: 3-8 hours

STAGE 3: Cross-Country Ski
DURATION: 4-9 Hours

STAGE 4: Run
DURATION: 3-8 Hours

PLACES LIMITED TO 30 PEOPLE
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Rune knows the mountains of Norway inside out, having spent over 20 years leading a range of activities in the region. With a sports and extreme outdoor training degree from Volda University, he now owns and runs Hemsedal Mountaineers. His knowledge of the area and ever-changing conditions make him integral to the smooth running of N60°

RUNE ABRAHAMSEN
Guide and Route Planner
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Helmut grew up in Germany but has lived in Hemsedal since 2001.Having been a fitness trainer for 24 years, he now specialises in teaching biathlon and XC skiing, happiest when in the snow, mountains or the forest. In 2015 he roller-skied from Lillehammer, Norway to Oberhof, Germany covering 900km in 9 days. A huge supporter of IGO, Helmut believes that ‘even if the body says it cannot go any further, the mind can still go another 70%

HELMUT FALK
Cross-Country Ski
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Siblings Andre and Mari have been mushing all their lives. The love for the dogs and the dogsledding runs in their blood: during winter their school run was done on a dogsled!

THE BJORNSTADS
Huskies and Dog Sledding

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