Arrival to Longyearbyen. I’ll welcome you at the airport and take you to the hotel where the first night will be spent.
Preparatory meeting in the morning. Polar training after lunch. Second night at the hotel.
Full day of polar travel training. Third night at the hotel.
Flying out to the blue ice runway and a helicopter transfer from there to the start point of the North Pole journey.
Skiing towards the North Pole. The walk can take from 6 to 9 days depending on conditions.
Arriving to the North Pole and celebrations.
Transport from the North Pole to the blue ice runway and from there to Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Night at the hotel.
Transport from the hotel to the airport where the expedition officially ends.
Tents and Hotel
For groups of more than two, arrangements can possibly be made for a private tour. Please contact me for more information.
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