North Pole Last Degree
To ski to the north pole is a dream for those of us who have heard about the adventures of Fridjof Nansen, Roald Amundsen and Robert Peary, whose adventures have stirred in us a desire to travel into the unknown. What we don’t have to endure is the long march to get there and to be away for more than a few days.
Trips to the North Pole can only be undertaken from the end of march to the end of april each year. During wintertime the temperatures are extremely cold and there is total darkness for 24 hours a day. On the 23rd March the sun returns and the temperature varies from -15°c to -35°c in April. During spring and summer the ice melts and it is not safe to fly in by aeroplane or helicopter.
These trips to the North Pole are a unique opportunity to experience the dramatic nature of the arctic region in the short time period of 11 days. We travel to Longyearbyen. We will use one day there to get acquainted with equipment and daily routines.
Adventure Dynamics organises this trip and provides equipment and all the logistics. As organiser we are very well acquainted with the conditions and needs for such a trip. In some cases we use other highly qualified guides who have tons of experience with regard to arctic conditions, winter training, skiing, survival, medics and polar bear protection. We can guarantee some of the best guides in the world who will make this trip an experience of a life time!
All transport and baggage up to 50 kilos from Longyearbyen, food and accommodation north of Longyearbyen. With regards to equipment, we provide: tents, sledges, skies, snowshoes, ski poles, boots, sleeping bags, sleeping mattresses, stoves, cooking gear, fuel, communication, food and other shared gear.
All airfares, accommodation in Longyearbyen, meals in Longyearbyen, personal clothing, expenses connected with alterations to air tickets necessitated by late return to Longyearbyen. Any other extras. You can arrange special clothing orders via Adventure Dynamics.
Time table can change due to weather, flight schedule and runway conditions. We recommend you arrive in Longyearbyen 1 – 2 days before departure to the North Pole – ADI will do the flights.
Meet up in Longyearbyen –
briefing, equipment, dinner
Longyearbyen to ice camp
and further on to 89° N
Day 3- 10:
Skiing for 6 – 8 hours
Spend half a day at the North
Pole + helicopter to ice camp
Flight back to Longyearbyen