No matter which part of the Arctic you choose to conquer, splitboarding in this vast and exciting region is sure to please the intrepid and well-traveled adventurers among us. Conquer the Last Frontier in the wild north of Alaska, subdue the snowy unknown of Siberia, or stand in awe above the iconic fjords of Iceland – no adventure is small in the Arctic. Load up your equipment, grab your guide, and hit the snow for the splitboarding program of a lifetime.
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The Arctic is a region comprised of the northern parts of the United States, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. A symbol of icy and snowy conditions in the most extreme north of the globe, this area has a treasure trove of spectacular splitboarding locations.
The snow quality is kept extremely high thanks to the temperature and climate, though it can prove challenging and even dangerous. A guide is a vital part of a successful program in the Arctic for the safety and satisfaction of an expedition.
The Arctic includes the North Pole, which is an exciting objective for extreme skiers and snowboarders. Proper planning and experience is necessary for these trips, which are commonly undertaken for weeks at a time.
The climate is cold and snowy in winter while mild in the summer. Weather patterns in the most isolated and extreme locations can be fickle and dangerous, particularly in late fall and winter.
United States: English Canada: English; French Greenland: Greenlandic; Danish; English; Faroese; Icelandic; Norwegian Iceland: Icelandic Norway: Norwegian; Sami Sweden: Swedish Finland: Finnish Russia: Russian
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Nuuk, Barrow, Tromso, Isafjordur, and Murmansk are a few airports - mostly regional - that allow access to the Arctic. While not all within the Arctic Circle, they provide access within their respective countries to reach it. Boats and ferries are used often in the Arctic region to gain access to the most difficult areas of the territory.
United States: +1 Canada: +1 Greenland: +299 Iceland: +354 Norway: +47 Sweden: +46 Finland: +358 Russia: +7
It all depends on where you are going. Locations in Iceland, Norway, and parts of Greenland can be enjoyed successfully in winter (January to March), while more extreme locations are best in spring (April and May).
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