Like all Albatros Adventure Marathons, the Polar Circle Marathon is designed to be more than just a race. It's also about enjoying time together with family, friends and other running-minded spirits. Spectators welcome!
In order to register for Polar Circle Marathon, you must sign up for the tour package.
Whether it's culture or nature you're seeking, Greenland has the answer.
The Polar Circle Marathon is more than just a marathon - it's a journey through Greenland! Explore all that the country has to offer - from the dazzling northern lights to towering glaciers to the vibrant town of Ilulissat.
Put on your running shoes and experience the charm of Copenhagen with a local guide who will show you the city and its many sights. There is no better way to see Copenhagen than by joining a run!
25 Oct | 1.5 hours | 45 EUR
We've arranged a specially-crafted running tour for Polar Circle Marathon participants that you can book if you would like some sightseeing in Copenhagen and to stretch your legs before heading off to Greenland. The relatively short distances, the fantastic sights, and the vibe of the city makes it perfect for sightseeing while running. The tour departs at 15:30 from Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square). From the statue of world famous storyteller H.C. Andersen, we will head towards the main sights in Copenhagen including the Parliament, the Queen’s castle and the Little Mermaid.
The route has been planned with the beautiful scenery of Copenhagen in mind and we will be running along the canals and the harbour as well as through some of Copenhagen’s many parks. We keep our tours very informal and run only in smaller groups, so there is plenty of time to ask questions about the sights, places, or people that we pass, or any other questions that you may have during the tour. The pace will be adjusted according to overall level of the participants, but you should expect between 5-6 minutes per kilometer.
About the Tour
Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours (starting at 15:30)
Distance: Approximately 8km (starting at the H.C. Andersen statue at City Hall Square)